The Boston Beer Co. is releasing an interesting new 12-pack for India pale ale fans. It's called "Samuel Adams Latitude 48 Deconstructed" and features five separate IPAs brewed with a different hop. In other words, you can drink them side by side and taste the difference among Hallertau Mittelfrueh, East Kent Goldings, Ahtanum, Simcoe and Zeus hops. So what is the difference? Here's the rundown by Samuel Adams: Hallertau Mittelfrueh offers "a soft bitterness along with delicate lemony citrus, and resinous pine notes." East Kent Golding add "a mellow bitterness with earthy, floral and apricot notes." Ahtanum creates an "orange peel, piney and floral falvor and aroma." Simcoe provides "bitterness and dramatic grapefruit peel and pine resin notes." While Zeus contributes "bitterness and an intense, pungent resinous pine flavor." All those hops are grown in regions within the 48th latitude line, considered a prime hop-growing area. The 12-pack will be available nationwide from mid-May through mid-July and retail for $13.99.