In early May, Conclave Brewing in Flemington, NJ debuted their newest Double IPA in their tap room - Trees of Green. After receiving rave reviews, it appears we might be seeing Trees of Green as the next canned offering from Conclave.
On Thursday, Conclave Brewing received approval from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) for a new can label for Trees of Green. When it was first released on draft, Trees of Green was listed as an 8.2% ABV Double IPA, but the can art lists it as 8% ABV.
In a Facebook post on May 2 in announcing the debut of Trees of Green, Conclave wrote:
"As the weather warms, it's only natural to crave some fresh fruit Trees of Green is a double IPA loaded with tropical fruit forward hops. We got our hands on some really nice Engima hops and then mixed them with Vic Secret, Hallertau Blanc and Huell Melon. This one is fruit in a glass. Soft and delicate, it's saturated with a pleasant display of these German and Australian hops. It's gonna be a warm one so come by and grab some of this one to enjoy in the sunshine with good company. Notes of underripe mango, papaya, passionfruit and kiwi."
Requests for additional information were not yet returned by Conclave.