In the latest spin on its signature Loose Cannon IPA, Heavy Seas Beer is loading up the fruit juice–er, froot joose.

The second brew in the Joose Cannon series remixing Loose Cannon is hazier and juicier than the flagship beer, the brewery announced today. Thanks to Citra, Galaxy and Enigma hops, the Froot Joose IPA has hints of a fruit punch, with notes of pineapple and citrus rising to the surface, the brewery said.

“Galaxy, Enigma, and Citrus hops lead the charge up this fruit juicy hill, with guava, apricot, mango, apple, pineapple, orange and cherry juices joining the party to create a fun ‘punchy’ brew that is sure to please,” brewmaster Christopher Leonard said in a statement.

For the first Joose Cannon beer in the series, Heavy Seas added tangerine puree to the mix along with Citra and Simcoe hops, resulting in another hazy IPA with a juicy flavor profile. Fittingly, they called it the Hazy Juicy IPA.

Like its predecessor, the Froot Joose IPA is 7.25 percent ABV. Four-packs of 16-ounce cans and draught pours will be available at the Heavy Seas Taproom starting Nov. 22.

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