Rolling heavy with the Hallertau Blanc, Citra and Ekuanot dust, brewed with a bit of flaked rye & fermented with California Ale Yeast. Denver Airport brings the papaya/mango, hints at underripe melon and def gots that Ekuanot orange peel actions. Be stoked, get like us!
Appearance: Yellow, low/medium haze
Aroma: Papaya, dank/weedy, slight chive, ripe mango
Flavor: Dank/weedy, papaya, orange, orange peel, under-ripe melon, slight crackery malt
Mouthfeel: Medium/Light bodied, dry finish
“As we all know, the construction of the Denver Airport in 1995 raises a series of worrying questions. Why was the huge $2 billion budget approved despite it not being a high traffic hub? Why was the mammoth underground baggage handling system so quickly abandoned? Why does the dedication capstone reference the “New World Airport Commission”, an organization that does not exist? Why is the whole airport littered with the iconography of the Illuminati and Anubis, Egyptian god of death? Why is the airport due north of Roswell, New Mexico? Was the death of sculptor Luis Jimenez really an accident? We aren’t saying it’s a cover for an underground bunker for the elites to survive the apocalypse or to hide the government’s research of alien technology, We’re just asking the question."