November 22, 2022
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If you drink a lot of Bay Area craft beer, you may have recently tasted fuzzy IPAs with extremely tangy tropical flavors and aromas, unmistakably like passion fruit and guava.
But there is no real fruit in these beers. Instead, they were fermented using a genetically modified strain of yeast called Tropics, which was bioengineered by an East Bay company specifically to produce these flavors.
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