Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion No. 11 Beer

Firestone Walker Luponic Distortion No. 11

IPA · 5.9% ABV · ~220 calories

Firestone Walker Brewing Company · Paso Robles, CA

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  • Original Dominick's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant

    162.8 miles away · 1250 General Washington Memorial Boulevard, Washington Crossing, PA 18977

    Restaurant · Menu Updated: 04/19/2019

    12oz Can $5.50 · 12oz 6 Pack Cans $13.75

  • Linwood Wine & Liquor at Hudson Lights

    220.6 miles away · 675 Park Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 07605

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 04/19/2019

    12oz 6 Pack Bottles $9.97

  • East Side Grocery (WE DELIVER)

    221.1 miles away · 1422 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10021

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 04/12/2019

    12oz 6 Pack Bottles $15.99

  • Papa's

    495.4 miles away · 824 North Lake Shore Drive, Culver, IN 46511

    Restaurant · Menu Updated: 04/19/2019

    16oz Draft $6.50

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Beer Description

The lead hops in No. 11 include cultivars from three different continents, providing distinct qualities of pineapple, guava and lemon drop.

The base beer of Luponic Distortion always remains the same, but each new release features a different hop blend built around emerging and experimental cultivars—all designed to showcase the possibilities of pure hop aromas and flavors.

The lead hops in No. 11 include cultivars from three different continents, providing distinct qualities of pineapple, guava and lemon drop.

In the words of Brewmaster Matt Brynildson, “No. 11 showcases an emergent new hop from the Pacific Northwest that is loaded with this unique pineapple character. We complemented this with an Australian hop that contributes a distinct guava quality, as well as a German hop that rounds it all out with a candied lemon character. As always, these aromas and flavors are derived solely through hops—no lemon drops or pineapples were killed in the making of this beer.”

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