The hop build in King of Hop pairs extremely well with a range of flavors, so our brewing team had a lot of fun experimenting with test batches past year, said Starr Hill Brewmaster, Robbie O’Cain.
- (3) Four Kings IPA: Grapefruit Imperial Ale (15 Proof)
- (3) Four Kings IPA: Habanero Imperial Ale (15 Proof)
- (3) Four Kings IPA: King of Hop Imperial Ale (15 Proof)
- (3) Four Kings IPA: Lemon-Lime Imperial Ale (15 Proof)
Four Kings IPA: Grapefruit Imperial Ale
The Grapefruit has a citrus nose and a citrus middle and end. The grapefruit doesn't really come through until you've swallowed.
Four Kings IPA: Habanero Imperial Ale
The nose is bitter. But, the palate is earthy, like Nettle. There is no peppery taste. But, there is heat/spice on the end. Delightful!
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Four Kings IPA: King of Hop Imperial Ale
King of Hop has a grainy/earthy nose and a toasted palate with a kick. There are citric notes. But, they are very subtle.
Four Kings IPA: Lemon-Lime Imperial Ale
The Lemon-Lime has an earthy nose and a citric palate, which is light, airy and refreshing.
About Starr Hill Brewery:
Starr Hill Brewery is an independent, regional craft brewery born in a music hall in 1999 in
Charlottesville, Virginia. Among the most award-winning craft breweries on the East Coast, Starr Hill has won 21 Great American Beer Festival, World Beer Cup and Great British Beer Festival medals. Starr Hill beer is distributed throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern regions.
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