When you decide to launch a West Coast IPA, there's a prerequisite that you've gotta go big on the hops. For the Big Sur IPA, the guys at Grifter Brewing Co met that expectation head on and then some with the inspiration apparently coming (and who can be sure how jokingly) from the desire to 'experiment with how many hops we could add to the kettle before we blocked the heat exchange'. That attempt to bust the brewhouse - courtesy of the Columbus, Citra and Simcoe hop varieties - evidently failed though because they were able to carrying on brewing and produce this cracking beer. Loads of piney, citrus and stone fruit notes from the use of all American hops for a nice lean West Coast IPA.
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