Seventh Star IPA now shines a little brighter

It’s no secret. We know what you want in an IPA — low bitterness, high hoppiness and an ample serving of haze. It’s also no secret that we recently slipped the bonds of gypsy brewing, and we’re settling into our new 30-barrel brewhouse nicely. All this shiny new tech opens up a mind-boggling number of nerdy brewing opportunities, but we wanted to start somewhere specific, taking another run at our highly popular Seventh Star IPA.

Sure, everyone knows that if it ain’t broke, you don’t fix it. But that's not Brewmaster Donovan’s M.O. If he can make something better or more refined, especially now that he has control over the means of production, then you can be certain that he’s going to do exactly that.

We’re not going to go so far as to call this Seventh Star 2.0, but we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the tweaks to the recipe. The new formula gives you both barrels of hoppy, tropical fruitiness from a double dose of Azacca and Idaho #7 with backup from a nice round body, soft mouthfeel and a smooth yet dry finish.

Want to see the hustle in action and be one of the first to taste our new, revamped Seventh Star IPA? Swing by on starting now to see the crew in action as we keg and can some of the freshest beer in Mass. Grab a pint at the bar and snag a case for takeaway.

Alex E. Weaver