Echo Chamber (4.8% abv) is a sour ale dry-hopped with Idaho 7, and described as follows:
Echo Chamber pours a hazy straw gold with a bit of foam. The aroma moves into citrus with faint grassy hay notes in the background. The beer is very tart to begin then gradually softens to balanced acidity. Fruity tang throughout adds to the refreshing nature of the beer. Echo Chamber finishes dry with a little bit of barrel tannin rounding out the finish.
7 Years Bad Luck (7.4% abv) is a double Brett IPA with the following notes:
If you double HBH’s Brett I.P.A. Infinity Mirror what do you get? You get 7 Years Bad Luck. This beer pours a hazy orange with heaps of foam. The aroma is freshly hoppy, with tropical fruit dominant, and lighter notes of grassy meadows and wildflowers. It tastes juicy, with ripe fruit, citrus and pine. A full body starts with sweetness, then the barrel takes over with tannins and a hint of wine. The finish wicks with warming alcohol and hop bitterness.
Both new beers are available at the Beau’s retail store & taproom and BYBO delivery service while supplies last