As National IPA Day was Thursday, you'll probably see a host of IPAs at your favorite breweries this weekend. Also, plenty of new double IPAs and hazy IPAs in the wild (plus a Belgian at Eureka Heights). If you're a fan of hops, this is a fine time to be alive. On to the weekly Houston beer news:
News & Events
Karbach has announced it'll celebrate its third annual Foamhenge festival on Nov. 10. Performing: Ace Frehley of KISS, Accept, High on Fire, Power Trip, the Pat Travers Band, and Narcotic Wasteland. Get tickets here for $28, or $100 for those wanting the VIP treatment.
Eureka Heights' newest, Neon Moon, a Belgian single that's at 4.3 percent ABV with Azacca hops, is now available in the taproom and in stores across the city.
8th Wonder is bringing back Procrastinator Session IPA, and it's available August to October.
Spindletap has started releasing beer infused with coffee beans from its very own Spindletap Coffee. Co. (formerly Avid Coffee Co.).
Astral released on Wednesday a hazy IPA fermented with Kveik yeast and dry hopped with Vic Secret. That means it's hazy and hoppy with tropical notes.
B-52 is releasing on Friday Super Fruited Imperial Sour: Strawberry Lemonade. It's 11.2 percent ABV. Juicy.
Great Heights is now canning Ladder to Heaven, its hazy double IPA.
Speaking of hazy double IPAs, Sigma's Head Movies is available in cans and on draft. It's at 8 percent ABV and brewed with Idaho 7, Citra, and Cascade.