Pliable Process B001 - Hazy IPA
Main & Mill Brewing Company
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A Note on This Beer
Want to hear a secret?
Hops are only part of what makes an IPA great. There. We said it!
And, now’s your chance to taste the truth up close. This innovative bundle features four IPAs with the same hops, but four different yeasts.
To be clear, Pliable Process is a Hazy IPA with delightful melon, peach, and tangerine flavors from Cashmere Hops in the boil and dry-hopped helpings of Citra and Mosaic. But, the real excitement comes from Main & Mill Brewing’s collaboration with their St. Louis neighbors at Omega Yeast for the following strains:
Cosmic Punch Yeast
This brand-new yeast strain is exclusive to this beer! Cosmic Punch really does pack a “punch” of juicy aromas and vibrant notes of passionfruit, grapefruit, and guava.
British Ale V Yeast
Considered a gold standard for the plush character of New England-style IPAs, British Ale V contributes both haze and residual sweetness that recalls candied fruit. Yum!
Hornindal is a kveik yeast, which means it stems from centuries of Nordic Farmhouse beer-making. Now you get to enjoy its pineapple and dried fruit esters in more potent form alongside the tropicality of this modern IPA. Thanks, Vikings!
Omega Yeast describes Sundew as having a “pure, juicy red-fruit bouquet.” Pliable Process serves as the ideal platform for flaunting this, as the yeast’s enticing strawberry and pear characteristics pair excellently with the hops’ stone fruit and citrus flavors. Delicious!
The result is four ridiculously juicy IPAs that brim with fruit notes, but at the same time taste incredibly distinctive. Whether you do a side-by-side tasting, or decide to savor each one individually, your taste buds will appreciate the flavorful power of each yeast choice.
On that note, it should go without saying that this is a truly unique IPA pack — something we haven’t seen the likes of before. Next time your buddies start going on about the latest “hot” hops, you can smile and say, “Hey, want to hear a secret?”
Locals routinely flock to Missouri’s Main & Mill for their expertly crafted IPAs, but it’s the brewers’ tendency to skirt tradition that has Sauce Magazine calling them “one of the best-kept secrets in St. Louis beer.”