“Gumption,” wrote Robert Pirsig, “is the psychic gasoline that keeps the whole thing going.” It’s initiative, resourcefulness, the drive to make things happen and see it through. What, then, is a gumption trap? Well, they’re the setbacks and hang-ups that drain that psychic gasoline. They could be real, tangible obstacles, or psychological ones, like anxiety or boredom.
When you’re caught in a gumption trap, you need to pause, refuel, and try to see things freshly. Here’s a beer to enjoy during that pause. Hopped generously with Simcoe and Mosaic, GUMPTION TRAP is hazy and soft with a bright, tropical fruitiness.