Stone Brewing's newest creation is the ///Fear.Movie.Lions Double IPA, which gets its name from a three meter by three meter square within the brewery in Richmond, Virginia. This square references 'what3words,' a geocoding system where the world is gridded into squares and each location is assigned a three-word address.
The 8.5% ABV beer itself is unfiltered and boasts some bitterness with fresh fruit, hops and white sage. As such, the IPA's unique combination of flavors is said to pair well with everything from Pad Thai noodles, Hawaiian Fried Rice or Prosciutto-wrapped melon.
As Stone Brewing Executive Chairman & co-founder Greg Koch describes: "In the not-so-distant future you’ll be able to use what3words to get beer delivered to you wherever you are, or to verbally tell your self-driving car to take you to the beer."
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