You will be pleased to meet Extrovert IPA, a friendly, assertive beer from Left Hand Brewing Co.

“Our approach was to develop a recipe that wasn’t just hoppy water, but to create a well-built IPA with complexity and depth.” said Matt Thrall, director of brewing, in a press release.

Extrovert IPA should deliver on this promise as the beer is dry hopped at one pound per barrel with a hop blend consisting of Cascade, comet, and Jarrylo resulting in a big personality 75 IBU, 7.1 percent ABV beer.

The press release describes the hops and their influence on flavor:

Jarrylo is a Pacific Northwest hop, full of nuance with subtle stone fruit notes. Cascade brings citrus while Comet adds tropical flavors and pineapple notes, and is Extrovert & Introvert’s shared hop variety. In addition, rye and acidulated malt give the beer a dry mouthfeel and distinct bite.

Naturally, the release events kick off in the brewery’s home state of Colorado on Thursday, April 28 with a Denver release at Freshcraft, and a release at the brewery’s Tasting Room in Longmont on April 29.

Extrovert IPA will join Introvert Session IPA as a year-round offering in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles and draft in the brewery’s 36 state footprint by late May.