The origin of session IPA was passed down from the PA beer during the World War I. The laborer at that time used to enjoy low-alcoholic beer during their spare time between the working hours. The beer had a strong hop scent with a lower alcohol level of 5 percent or less.
It is called IPA.
Goose Island DuckDuck-goose is a session IPA of 4.7 degrees, produced by Goose Island Beer Company in Illinois, the United States.
It's bitterness was reduced but the flavor of hops and tropical fruit scents such as pineapples and peaches was added into its taste , so it can be enjoyable for anyone.
Goose Island visually expressed the urban image of 'DuckDuck-goose' with the package design using pop-up image of its own brewery and landmarks symbolizing Seoul such as Gwanghwamun, Gyeongbokgung Palace, and Namsan Tower.