Tröegs Perpetual Haze

Tröegs Perpetual Haze IPA craft beer brewer
Tröegs Perpetual Haze IPA.

Tröegs Independent Brewing has released Perpetual Haze, a beer meant to blend the bitterness of a West Coast IPA with the softness of a hazy.

Envisioned as a companion to the brewery’s popular Perpetual IPA, Perpetual Haze was one of the first beers developed through the Hershey, PA, brewery’s “Scratch Lab.” Tröegs first introduced the 3-barrel Research and Development brewhouse in January 2020 as a launch pad for its 15-barrel small-batch Scratch brewhouse.

“We took the DNA of Perpetual IPA and made some slight changes to the malt,” explains Tröegs Brewmaster and Co-founding brother John Trogner. “The big differences are in the timing of the hops and a change in the yeast.”


In Perpetual Haze, later kettle hop additions and dry-hopping give way to fruitier flavors and aromas, the brewery reports. Front and center are Citra and Cashmere, a hop combination produces juicy notes of orange, passionfruit and nectarine.

Weighing in a 7.5% ABV, Perpetual Haze is smooth, hazy and pillowy soft thanks to London 3 yeast and a grain bill featuring a blend of malted barley and raw wheat, according to the brewery.


Perpetual Haze Hazy IPA is available on draft and in 16-oz. cans across the brewery’s entire distribution footprint.

Additionally, look for 12-ounce cans of Perpetual Haze as part of the forthcoming Summer Better variety 15-pack, slated for an early May release.

This follows the recent release of Tröegs Field Study IPA.

Beer drinkers can find Perpetual Haze as well as its companion Perpetual IPA using the Tröegs Brew Finder.


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