The art and science of brewing continues to captivate us - every opportunity to experiment in search of how to improve our beer, and to further our understanding of what ultimately makes a beer enjoyable, enriches our spirit! Curiosity Forty Eight is revival of the Curiosity Thirty Two recipe with a number of refinements to the base beer and a hop dosing rate that is vastly increased in both the kettle and the dry hop. The result is a beer that is dripping with fruity hop saturation akin to some of our favorite big Tree House Double IPA’s. We taste ripe citrus, overripe mango, peach, and pineapple. A tight carbonation seems to disappear on the tongue enticing your palate for the next sip. A frothy head and bright orange color contribute to the tremendous appeal of this beer.
In March of 2013, anxious to enhance our brewing knowledge through focused hands on brewing endeavor, we created the Curiosity Series. It was initiated to explore new processes, new ingredients, different yeast, and new hops with the intent of continuously refining and improving our ever expanding core offerings. Over five years later, the desire by myself and my peers to learn is more intense than ever. Some Curiosity beers provide modest insight and others present us with tremendous breakthroughs of progress and understanding. Curiosity Forty Eight is one of those beers. It should be on draft at Tree House for your enjoyment for the next several weeks.