Hop farms are scenic marvels. Row after row of high-canopied emerald-green vines cascade onto well-manicured lawns of clover.
These scenes capture the romance of times gone by in this part of our country. Like a classic 1955 step side pickup, it’s a powerful vestige of our shared agricultural heritage.
’55 Step Side is a salute to historical hop farmers, and modern ones. Like the Kansas Hop Company, who are bringing commercial hops cultivation back to the American Midwest. Brewed once a year, on the day of harvest, with ultra-fresh and local hops then dry-hopped with Kansas grown Cascade.
An IPA-like exploration of fruit-forward flavors derived from locally grown hops.