(ATLANTA, GA) – In their continuous pursuit to explore innovation that comes from new and experimental hop varieties, New Realm Brewing Company is releasing Transcendental Double IPA for its third anniversary, just in time for National IPA Day. This striking experimental DIPA is a citrus bomb that erupts with powerful tropical fruit, citrus, and coconut flavors. It is dry hopped exclusively with experimental hop varieties from the avant-garde minds of The Hop Breeding Co., including HBC 586, HBC 472, & HBC 692. In the latest release of this collaboration with New Realm’s partners John I. Hass Hops, they celebrate creative expression and that little desire for more.
Transcendental Experimental DIPA is making its return on August 5th, otherwise known as National IPA Day. This year’s release features a limited-edition metallic label celebrating Transcendental’s third anniversary, and the brand’s 2021 Craft Beer Marketing Award for the best 16oz can design.
“Transcendental has a unique story behind it,” shared Bob Powers, Co-Founder and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of New Realm Brewing. “We wanted to create an innovative DIPA that was brewed exclusively with experimental hop varieties. New Realm’s philosophy is about rethinking traditions and reconfiguring boundaries in the brewing industry, and Transcendental DIPA serves as a testament to that.”
“This release of Transcendental uses a truly unique blend of hop varieties to provide loads of tropical fruit, citrus, and even coconut aromatics. It has a hint of dankness to it, and a sweetness that is reminiscent of a Creamsicle. Transcendental is a beer we are really proud of, so raise a glass and explore all of the complexities and flavors that make this Experimental DIPA so unique.” said Mitch Steele, Brewmaster & COO of New Realm Brewing Co.
This experimental DIPA is now available for a limited time on draft and in 16oz 4 pack cans in New Realm’s brewery to-go coolers, as well as your favorite retailers around Georgia, Virginia, and parts of South Carolina.
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