Beer and terroir have been explored by breweries. Sierra Nevada and Rogue are two examples of many of breweries that grow a portion of the raw materials that they use in their beers. And Mikkeller has done single hop beers to showcase what each lupulin style can bring to a beer.
But now Victory of Pennsylvania is combining these two ideas into one novel concept. They used their Braumeister Pils as the base beer and then made different brews using the same hop varietal. But that hop was grown in different locales.
They took Tettnanger hops that were grown in different parts of Germany from Tettnang to Reitplatz and Strass and created five differing ales. Then to top it off did a blend of the five for a sixth beer.
You can read more about it HERE.