Ivywild School Pale Ale and the History of Hap Hop
IvyWild School Pale Ale
The Beginning of Hap Hop.
According to the studies of the venerable Professor Hap Hop, the term Hap Hop is of Coloradan origins. The language is a late-era fusion of happy plus hoppy that came into fashion through descriptions of the light and crushable taste of Ivywild School Pale Ale—but Hap Hop has come to mean so much more.
The scholarly pursuits of Professor Hap Hop at the Ivywild School have revealed the use of the term Hap Hop for everything from a formula for better living to a dance craze that’s sweeping The Rockies. Professor Hap Hop has also demonstrated the extraordinary ingredients of Hap Hop and has published a definitive anthology on the subject titled, The History of Hap Hop.
Class is in Session.
Enjoy all the Hap Hop-ology in the “Professor Hap Hop Presents” video series, and more importantly, enjoy some Hap Hop for yourself regularly as you drink in a highly refreshing and happily hoppy Ivywild School Pale Ale. As the wise Professor himself is fond of saying, GET YOUR HAP HOP ON!
“Low ABV, bright, citrusy hops.”
“Perfect beer for being active like mountain biking and backcountry skiing. Or just sitting on the deck thinking about mountain biking and backcountry skiing.”
“The perfect mix of hops for me.”
“You get that really nice hop character–and you can have a few.”
“Bright and balanced.”
“I love this beer because it gives me wonderful hop flavors and aromas in a lower ABV beer, without slapping me in the face with hop overload.”
“All the best parts of an IPA, but crushable.”
“A little bit of fruity character from the hops, without the addition of actual fruit–which would overpower the rest of the beer.”