PANHEAD WHITEWALL WPA
Now that your hop curiosity has been sparked, it’s time to raise the bar. Panhead Whitewall WPA is by no means the hoppiest beer in the collection but will enable you to get a better understanding of hoppy beers, changing the way you see them. The emergence of Impressionism prompted people to see the reality of their surroundings in new ways too, by rethinking the way modern life was represented in painting. Full of colour and light and depicting landscapes and outdoor scenes, these works still offer an easy entry point for the viewer but encourage a search to find out more about this style and the methods of its practitioners.
The hopping in Panhead Whitewall WPA is bolder than you might anticipate for a pale ale but offers a clean, crisp mouthfeel thanks to a touch of wheat in the malt. Whitewall WPA showcases the new generation of Aussie hop stars with Galaxy, Enigma and Ella, just like Impressionism shone a light on a new generation of art masters from Monet to Cezanne and Renoir to Manet. This is a refreshing beer that won’t challenge your hop resistance too dramatically, but will set you up nicely for the next beer in your hop odyssey.