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Guy on a Buffalo


Guy on a Buffalo

Citrus, Juicy, Pine, Hazy, Hoppy


Hazy IPA






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Guy on a Buffalo comes riding into town loaded with flavor! Juicy citrus tones of Navel Orange, Meyer Lemon, and Red Grapefruit.  A full-bodied malt profile, chock full of all that hazy goodness that makes this brew a textural treat. A hint of bitterness on the back end provides balance for the big hop profile.  This beer is anything but subtle, much like The Guy on a Buffalo.
You may be asking yourself, “Why on earth would they name a beer Guy on a Buffalo?” In fact, you may be asking yourself, “Who rides a buffalo?”  We don’t actually have those answers, and you should just google it. Trust us. It’s hilarious.
Hazy IPA’s are delicious with a vast array of different foods, but we always love to recommend trying out fresh fish tacos, or carnitas with just a cilantro-lime salsa and just a small pop of heat.  For cheeses, you’re going to love this with sharper cheeses like cheddar or an aged parmesan. To line this brew up with the dessert, you’re definitely going to want a carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.



The new kid on the block!. This IPA opens the IPA category to the non-hopheads as the perceived bitterness is so low and instead allows the fruity/estery character of the hop to shine. Low to very high degree of cloudiness is typical of these beers, introducing to beer lovers to the idea that their beer CAN be cloudy, SHOULD be cloudy and it’s OK to be cloudy. Starch, yeast, hop, protein and/or other compounds contribute to a wide range of hazy appearance within this category. Low to low-medium malt aroma and flavor may be present. Grist may include a small amount of oat, wheat or other adjuncts to promote haziness. This flavorful take on the IPA, appeals to both the standard IPA consumer as well as those consumers just dipping their toe into the craft world, particularly the IPA craft world. Descriptors such as “juicy” are often used to describe the taste and aroma hop-derived attributes present in these beers.