Founders Azacca, a single hopped India pale ale and seasonal offering by the Grand Rapids, Michigan brewery will be canned in the near future.
The Azacca hop originated in Washington state. In the case of Founders Azacca IPA, Yakima-based Roy Farms. It’s a very tropical (citrus/mango) flavored hop, that recently has become quite popular in the brewing community. The beer first appeared as a seasonal release in early 2016.
Named after the Haitian god of agriculture, the azacca hop has an intense tropical aroma with hints of citrus and mango. A touch of caramel malt gives a sweet backbone to support the righteous fruit character of this beer. Pouring a burnt orange color and registering at 7% ABV, your taste buds will worship the heavenly, hopped delight.
Founders Azacca India Pale Ale was last available seasonally until March of this year. The brewery has not yet announced the can release date.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. 12oz Cans (TBA)