Toppling Goliath Teams Up with Field Museum for Nectaron Dry Hop Pseudo Sue

Toppling Goliath Teams Up with Field Museum for Nectaron Dry Hop Pseudo Sue

Toppling Goliath and Field Museum Have Teamed Up to Make Nectaron Dry Hopped Pseudo Sue

Nectaron Dry Hopped Pseudo Sue

Introducing the Nectaron Dry Hop Pseudo Sue, a pale ale uniquely dry-hopped with Nectaron hops. This brew is a collaborative effort with the Field Museum, boasting a 5.8% ABV. Here’s a glimpse of the 16oz can – keep an eye out for more information on its release.

Pseudo Sue is one of Toppling Goliath’s most notable beers and they have done several different variations over the years. This is a Nectaron Dry Hopped version of the Pseudo Sue.

It will be released in 16 oz pounder cans and will most likely be released at the Toppling Goliath brewery in Decorah, Iowa; as well as possibly throughout their regular distribution footprint.

For more information on Field Museum, you can visit their website here: Field



Pseudo Sue

Toppling Goliath’s Pseudo Sue is a heralded American Pale Ale that has captivated beer enthusiasts with its exceptional clarity, smooth profile, and a vibrant showcase of hops. It’s renowned for its single-hop focus on the Citra hop, which imparts lush aromas and flavors of tropical fruits, citrus, and a delicate balance of pine. This beer pours a beautiful, clear golden color with a frothy white head, inviting the first sip with its enticing aroma.

The flavor profile of Pseudo Sue is a masterclass in balance and refinement. The Citra hops deliver a juicy burst of mango, orange, and a hint of grapefruit, complemented by a mild, biscuity malt backbone that allows the hop character to shine brightly without overwhelming bitterness. It’s medium-bodied with a crisp, clean finish that makes it incredibly refreshing and sessionable.

Pseudo Sue pays homage to the Field Museum’s famous T. rex skeleton, Sue, symbolizing the beer’s formidable presence in the craft beer world, much like Sue’s in the realm of paleontology. This beer has not only become a flagship offering for Toppling Goliath, based in Decorah, Iowa, but it has also garnered acclaim and awards, solidifying its status as a must-try for hop lovers and craft beer aficionados alike.

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Toppling Goliath is a regional brewery from Decorah, Iowa. They have 171 unique beers, and over 1.9 Million Ratings with a global average rating of 4.15 (as of 3.15.24). Their Untappd description reads: Named 2023 & 2021 US Beer Open Grand National Champions. Founded in 2009 in beautiful Decorah, Iowa. World-renowned for IPAs and barrel-aged stouts, distributing to over 30 states and brewing more than 35 beers. TG prides it’s-self in crafting truly top-shelf beer and is honored to be growing with the support of its many customers worldwide.

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