Perrin Brewing Co. has released a new IPA that uses a unique hop.

Perrin Brewing on Twitter

No Problems “A Session IPA” joined the gang. Look for it in stores today! #sessionipa #micraft #mondaymotivation pic.twitter.com/gccieT2qTS

The new beer is named No Problems “A Session IPA,” which as its name indicates, is a 4.5 percent ABV session IPA. According to a video posted on the Comstock Park, Mich.-based brewery’s Twitter account, the beer incorporates seven different hops from three different continents, including comet, Mosaic and an experimental hop named 06277. The new IPA was released on-draft at the brewery Dec. 21, 2015.

No Problems “A Session IPA” is packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce cans and will be showing up on retailer’s shelves in Perrin Brewing’s distribution network starting today.

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