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With the first of five annual hop festivals across the country set to take place in June, I’m a big fan of all things California-Style김해출장마사지, hopping. But hop lovers need to take some time to appreciate the uniqueness of this unique variety of cannabis. This one deserves a mention because while this variety has its merits, the other three in this category — and, crucially, the five other varieties—have a unique and important place in cannabis history.
In honor of this special occasion, I’ll go over the fi더나인카지노ve varieties of hops that made the leap from Europe to the U.S. with the 2014 Best in the US hop fest. And with that, let me be very clear: No, it’s not what you see in a typical beer. It’s not what you hear in any of your neighborhood restaurants. It’s no beer-related activity.
But, hop hop hop. I get it, my eyes and ears are telling me to drink this beer. (Though I admit, if I had to drink it by myself, I’d take it, too.)
And here’s a little primer on each of th안마e five varieties, which I’ll use for both my tasting notes and as reference:
Golden Road IPA
A traditional American craft IPA, the Golden Road IPA was first brewed in 1988 by the California-based Golden Road Brewing Co. They came to the U.S. as hop heads on a trip to the Great American Beer Festival and went on to become the first to open up their brewery in San Francisco. The original beers from Golden Road will always hold a special place in the hearts of California beer fans and there are countless variants on the pale ale style—some light, some heavy, all of them made with an earthy hop flavor. A couple years ago, they released their next entry, the Golden Road IPA, to some of our favorite beer bloggers.
Budweiser Hop Light
The Bud Light classic may not have been named for the beer’s hop flavor, but we love the Bud Light light because the beer is so much more than an easy light to consume. If you’re going to drink it, you might as well enjoy every sip; the aroma of the beer (and of the world), of course, is the most impressive part. While it’s not as dominant as the Golden Road IPA or the American IPA in the hops department, the Golden Roa