Australian | Black IPA | 7%
If the Moa St Joseph’s was all about old world brewing, then this is about as far from it as you can get. This Black IPA is all about new world hops. They are used late in the brewing process where they are “dry hopped” for 7 days, giving the beer its distinct, bitter flavour.
The slight fruitiness comes from the Nelson Sauvin hops, a flavour that many will recognise. There is also some chocolate and coffee notes that when combined with the slight bitterness come together for a seriously good beer. As with all hoppy beers, they are best consumed as soon as possible. Fresh is best!