Firestone Walker Hits Milestone With 10th Luponic Distortion Release

Back in Spring of 2016, Firestone Walker Brewing Company launched a new series of experimental IPAs under the name Luponic Distortion. Each one has been different. I’ve enjoyed some more than others, but each offering in the series is distinct and unique.

Now, two years later, Firestone has reached a milestone. They’re releasing Luponic Distortion No. 10.  This version uses 7 different hops from 3 continents and, according to Firestone, has a variety of fruity aromas and flavors. Perfect for Summer.  No. 10 also marks a change in the look of the Luponic Distortion cans.  You can see the new look below.

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Luponic Distortion Revolution No. 007 From Firestone Walker Will Feature Australian Hops

Even before Firestone Walker Brewing Company retired their Proprietor’s Reserve Series of beers (which included their extremely popular Double Jack Imperial IPA), they started experimenting a bit more and coming out with some really unique and delicious IPAs.  By the time Double Jack was gone in late 2016 we were already seeing the 3rd beer in the Luponic Distortion Series and, by early 2017 we got Fortem, the first in Firestone’s new Leo v. Ursus Series of IPAs.

Now Firestone Walker is ready to debut the 7th iteration in the Luponic Distortion Series.  Just released in California and hitting the Seattle market within the next couple of weeks is Luponic Distortion Revolution No. 007, featuring three different Australian hop varieties.

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