Sometimes Dave takes a break from brewing to become the face of Sukahop. Our mega popular Sukahop Northeast-style IPA is coming back 3.10! Filled with aromas of pineapple, grapefruit, apricot, and flavors of sweet orange with a touch of pine, this beer is so ridiculously fragrant and juicy that you’ll swear you’re sucking on a hop. Get your 4pks during our limited taproom only release this Sat at both locations starting at noon (no online sales for this one). We also gave Sukahop a new look! We re-designed the 16 oz cans with a sleeker, matte look which we are super excited to be revealing later this week.
Do you know the story of how Sukahop came to be? A few years ago, we decided to experiment by brewing the same beer with two different yeasts. This resulted in Love & Hoppiness, which featured CA and VT variations. The VT version—which drew on the Northeast’s haze movement—quickly caught on with our fans. We were stunned by the level of support we received, and the continued requests for a new release. So, we decided to take another crack at it and brew a bigger Northeastern, hazy style IPA, with a focus on using fruity, juicy hops. Our goal was to take what we learned from L&H and use that as a jumping off point. And that’s how Sukahop was born!
About Track 7 Brewing
The Graham and Scott families established Track 7 Brewing Company as an outlet for creative expression through unique and artisanal beers. The name, Track 7 Brewing Company, was selected in part due to the brewery’s proximity to the old Western Pacific railroad tracks, west of Curtis Park, and as a nod to the integral role the railroad has and continues to play in Sacramento’s rich history.
Track 7’s approach to beer is in the vein of the firmly-hopped West Coast tradition, but without fidelity to a singular “style”. This unfocused approach allows Track 7 to experiment with all varieties of beer, regardless of American, Belgian, English, or German inspiration.