Post #2000 I've been at this for awhile, before many BA's were born, and I've tried hundreds of DIPAs, IPAs, and APAs. I sell beer and have met plenty of BA's where I work. I have made countless friends in the beer community including many brewers and most VT distributors (Ha!) I like to drink beer and I like to talk about beer. Mostly, I like to talk and drink beer. I have really become fed up with newer brewers and their infatuation with a mouthfeel of hop detritus, yeast, and whatever adjuncts in vogue at the moment. I'm really missing proper carbonation, I mean really! I work next to a world class brewery and I'm about to crack open another one of their new single hop IPAs. Slightly hazy with carbonation from beginning to end. Exactly what my idea of a properly crafted hoppy beer should be. So, what I am trying to say is, I am off the fence and walking towards the sanity of properly carbed beer. Any positive suggestions or feedback on hazy and properly carbed, hoppy beers would be most welcome! Cheers!