New Realm’s Hazy Like A Fox IPA New Realm Brewing
Photo: New Realm Brewing
Photo: New Realm Brewing

New Realm’s Hazy Like A Fox IPA now available in cans

Since debuting on the Atlanta Beltline east side trail in January 2018, New Realm Brewing has quickly become a popular craft beer destination, with a combination brewery, restaurant, rooftop bar and beer garden. 

With a nod to all that, New Realm’s newest canned release, Hazy Like A Fox IPA, is this week’s Beer Pick. 

Beer Pick

Hazy Like A Fox IPA

New Realm Brewing, Atlanta

Available in 12-ounce six-pack cans and on draft 

Profile 

When he was brewmaster at Stone Brewing in San Diego, Mitch Steele was known for developing West Coast IPAs such as the Enjoy By series. But as the co-founder and brewmaster of New Realm Brewing in Atlanta, Steele and his talented team have embraced a wider variety of styles, including hazy, New England IPAs, with great success.

In fact, Hazy Like A Fox IPA became such a hit on draft, it was recently added to New Realm’s canned lineup. Brewed with a blend of pale malt, oats, wheat, flaked barley and milk sugar, it features Citra, Mosaic, Azacca and El Dorado hops. Opaque orange in the glass, with a soft mouthfeel, and juicy aromas and flavors of citrus and pineapple, it’s another IPA for people who may not think they like IPA.  

Pair with 

While I’m not always the biggest fan of hazy IPAs, bright and lively Hazy Like A Fox is definitely food-friendly. For brunch, pair it with a goat cheese and spinach omelet. At dinner, try it with Asian-style grilled fish or citrus-glazed pork tenderloin.

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