East coast or West coast? You decide. Same hops, different yeast, two deliciously unique beers.
Set West IPA is single dry-hopped and fermented with Cal Ale yeast for a lingering dryness and notes of sticky pine and ripe stone fruit. Laidback yet assertive – it’s west coast through and through.
Rise East Hazy IPA is continuously dry-hopped then fermented with London III yeast for juicy notes of pineapple, mango, and peach. This easy-drinking hazy IPA rises to any occasion.
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Nice to see that Coronado is still making some pretty darn good IPAs though I think they are more spot on with the East Coast style which is odd since they used to make some excellent big West Coast IPAs.
Love the combination of trying both a west and east coast beer back to back! I opened these for beer share and everyone was impressed. You can definitely tell the difference between the two styles. I preferred the Set West out of the two.