This West Coast style IPA (albeit a remarkably hazy one) goes for the tried-and-true Nelson Sauvin as its sole hop choice, and the breadth of flavours that it wrings out of that single variety is truly remarkable.  The unmistakable Nelson Sauvin pungency certainly comes in strong, but it’s complemented by equally towering notes of pine resin and grapefruit.  Full and fruity, with a satisfyingly full-on bitterness that leaves the palate screaming out for more.  It drinks like such a complete West Coast IPA (6.5%) that I even got in touch with Behemoth’s founder Andrew Childs to ask whether there were American hops applied to the base beer.  But no, nothing but Nelson Sauvin here, and nothing but net for this truly fresh prince of an IPA.