Glass of beer sitting next to a can of BlackStack Brewing Foresight DDH Double IPA.

Collaborations are cool but they’re even better when they’re ongoing. BlackStack Brewing has partnered with The Eight State Brewing for a three-part collaboration series. Foresight DDH Double IPA is the first in the bunch, and if it’s any indication this is going to be awesome.

A Bit Of Foresight

A BlackStack Brewing and The Eighth State Brewing collaboration, this double dry-hopped double IPA is filled with Citra, Strata, & Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand.

It pours a brilliant hazy stray yellow, with a big top of frothy white foam. With time the bubbles settle and leave a nice cap of white atop the beer but no lace on the walls.

Huge aroma of strawberries, juicy over-ripe pineapple, and other berry jam. There’s a touch of juicy sweet papaya in there too.

The oats, wheat, and spelt give this brew a smooth and slightly sweet body that does a great job of holding the huge hopping.

Sweet fruity papaya, a hint of mango, sweet citrus, and ripe berries fill the mouth. They’re hugely juicy without any bitterness to be found.

Sighted In

When it comes to soft hazy hops with huge fruity flavors along with a super smooth malt body that helps to keep everything in balance, BlackStack and Eighth State had the Foresight to do this one right.

Grab some Foresight DDH Double IPA from BlackStack Brewing and The Eighth State Brewing now and see how this series shakes out.