This low-ABV IPA is the first in a six-part series of IPAs brewed with different hopping methods. Because, science!
Taking a cue from a little upstart brewery in Milton, Delaware, Cat Bird Feet IPA got a big dose of hops gradually throughout the boil. Slowly but surely, 10lbs of Falconers Flight and CTZ hops made their way into the wort. We stuck with just Pilsner malt for this one, so the color is light and the body is lean. 4.3% ABV makes it tame, but the hops pack a huge punches of citrus flavor and aroma.
On the next Opposite Day, ask yourself where the name came from.