Life don’t always go the way as expected. The same goes to craft beers: the flavor serves up to you may not always please your exquisite and sometimes demanding tastebud. If that sounds like something that has been bothering you every time you hit your favorite watering hole, you can either take it with stride, gulp that down and be done with it, or you could use a little help from Hop Theory Beer Enhancing Sachets and savor the booze just the way you like it. The enhancers transform the booze that doesn’t quite appeal to you into one that does. Just think of it as customizing a car to get the look that you want, or something along that line.

Hop Theory Beer Enhancing Sachets

Using a patent pending beer infusion method which its creator proclaims as “in a category of its own”, each biodegradable sachet is packed with handcrafted premium ingredients, including cascade hops, orange peel, coriander seeds and natural spices, sourced and manufactured in the U.S. The sachet is individually packed for sanitization and to preserve its freshness and a sachet can transfuse up to four beers. Best of all, you can even store the used sachet in the refrigerator for later use. Relativity, which contains the aforementioned ingredients, is the company first blend, which you can acquire by backing up Hop Theory’s Kickstarter campaign.

But Relativity won’t be the last; a series of blends is in the works, which will be pushed out if Hop Theory’s crowdfunding campaign reaches the various stretch goals. In any case, if you are looking to make your booze, light or craft, a little less boring, a pack of 12 sachets can be yours for just $15. As always, the fate of another wonderful product lies in your hand, meaning it will only materialize if the campaign hits its set funding goal of $25,000 in the next 27 days or so.

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Hop Theory Beer Enhancing Sachets

Hop Theory Beer Enhancing Sachets

Hop Theory Beer Enhancing Sachets

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2 Comments

  1. Oh hell no to the orange peel and coriander crap. Beer is meant to be enjoyed, brewed only from WATER, HOPS, BARLEY and YEAST. Anything else is an abomination before God. And tastes yucky…

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