Sometimes the best part of a journey is when something unplanned happens. You make an unexpected swerve but end up at a destination even better than you hoped for.
That’s what we have here: Stone Travelogue Triple IPA.
Our trek started with Amarillo hops – a favorite from Stone history that we’ve fallen in love with all over again – combined with Loral and Mosaic. Meanwhile, we used flaked wheat and oats, which you’d typically see used in a hazy beer, but filtered this one for a classic, bright appearance.
That all went according to plan. But the surprise came when this beer that we expected to be a double IPA, came out at a massive 10.7% ABV. Despite the big alcohol content, this beer is incredibly smooth, letting the intense tropical & citrus notes shine with a glorious lingering hoppiness.
It was the double that ended up a triple. It’s a clear IPA with the juicy notes of a hazy. This beer is a tremendously tasty journey and we invite you to take a ride.
Loral, Mosaic, Amarillo
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