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Checking in with one last beer I picked up at Treehouse last month.  I know I’ve posted a lot from them lately, but since this is what I’ve been drinking, this is what I have to post about.  First world problems, for sure.

Beer Name: In Perpetuity

Brewery: Treehouse Brewing Company (Charlton, MA)

Style: NEIPA

ABV: 6.7%

Description: Brewed to celebrate “the notion that what is good and beloved will last forever,” this beer featured a “simple malt bill” and utilized Citra and Nelson hops.

Appearance: It had a light, hazy pale yellow body with wisps of white foam up top.

Smell: Tons of tropical fruit and a little bit of citrus juice burst right out of the can and continued on in the glass.

Taste: Much like the smell, this offered up a super juicy blend of tropical fruits atop citrusy fruits and hop profits.  It also had a very mild resinous, slightly spicy, finish with a bit of grain mixed in as well, but really the fruit juice elements of this are the story here.

Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied with moderate carbonation.

Hype: The second of two beers released on the day I happened to be at the brewery, I am going to assume this one also had something to do with the long line that had formed as well.

Overall: Really good and a superlative example of the style.  Tons of potential as a breakfast beer in place of your morning juice.