At Drop Bear, we pride ourselves on brewing the best non-alcoholic beers with the finest quality ingredients. In this blog post, we’ll take a peek behind the glass of our Tropical IPA and explore what makes it such a special beer.
What is Tropical IPA?
IPA is one of the most popular craft beer styles, but did you know there are various types of IPAs?! From West Coast IPA to New England IPA and Double IPA, each has its own unique characteristics and hop profiles.
Tropical IPA is a West Coast-style IPA. West Coast IPAs are typically characterized by their strong hop bitterness and prominent hop aromas. In addition to the hop-forward profile, West Coast IPAs may also exhibit a balanced malt backbone that provides a subtle sweetness to offset the hop bitterness. The malt character can vary but often includes pale malt, crystal malt, and sometimes speciality malts for added complexity.
What does Tropical IPA taste like?
Brewed with juicy American hops and a blend of pale and crystal malts, this non-alcoholic beer is hoppy and intense. Expect a traditional hop bitterness with juicy tropical fruit notes of mango, passionfruit and peach.
Fuelled by our love for the proper hoppy IPAs, this West Coast Style IPA showcase the very best of US hops. More tropical than a long weekend in Benidorm, expect hoppy notes of tropical fruits, stone fruits and citrus with a bright, clean finish.
Keen to give Tropical IPA a try?
Grab a box of our Tropical IPA here.