Style: Double dry-hopped Imperial IPA
Special Notes: The DDH is done with Nelson Sauvin hops. Named after a street near Trillium’s Fort Point Location
Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Columbus
Malt: American 2-row Barley, White Wheat, C-15, Dextrine, Dextrose
@untappd says: 4.44/5
One from the back of the fridge on the Windowsill today!
The Double Dry-Hopped Stillings Street is named after one of the streets surrounding Trillium Brewing Company’s Fort Point Boston location. This is nothing new to any of you who are familiar with the Boston-based brewery. Their “Street” series includes several different New England-style IPAs, all named after streets in the area: The Sleeper Street, the Summer Street, the Congress Street, the Melcher Street, the A Street, the Farnsworth Street and the Pittsburgh Street. I think it’s a great way to pay homage to your home, don’t you?
For this beer, Trillium took its Stillings Street IPA and, you guessed it, double dry-hopped it with New Zealand’s Nelson Sauvin hops (to go along with Columbus and more Nelson Sauvin already used in the kettle). What else can I say about this beer? Once again, Trillium has knocked it out of the hazy, juicy ballpark. The smell and flavor are knee-shakingly delicious. I’m only disappointed that I left it in the back of my fridge for so long!
What about you, Windowsillers? Do you have any goodies in the back of your fridge?
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