Foothills Brewing Co. will be releasing a new IPA that fills a slot in its seasonal release lineup.
The new beer is named HopJob, a 4.9 percent ABV session IPA that is brewed with both azacca and sorachi ace hops. The new seasonal will be available from May 1 until August 1, when Foothill’s next seasonal Oktoberfest (6.3 percent ABV) will take over. Other seasonals for the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based brewery are Pilot Mountain Pale Ale (5.5 percent ABV) available from February through April and Frostbite Black IPA (6.5 percent ABV) which is available from November through January.
“End of the day,” reads the label. “Work’s done. Fun’s in session. Make it last with aromatic ale brewed to keep the good times going. Thirsty? Get a job.”
According to the brewery, the new seasonal IPA will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles and will be sold across its distribution area, which includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and the District of Columbia.