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Taste: A big punch of orange and pineapple with a smooth finish. Malt Varieties Samuel Adams two-row pale malt blend, white wheat, golden naked oats Hop Varieties Galaxy, Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra, Cascade ALC BY VOL / WT 6.8% ABV / 5.4% ABW
Brewed with well water (the original well at the Old Brewery, sunk in 1758, is still in use, with the hard well water being drawn from 85 feet underground); best barley malt, yeast and aromatic hops; fermented in ?stone Yorkshire squares? to create a relatively dry ale with rich nutty colour and palate of beech nuts, almonds and walnuts. 5% ABV Best served at about 55?F (13?C). Ingredients ? water, malted barley, yeast, cane sugar, hops, carbon dioxide. Registered with The Vegan Society; suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Nutrition Information (typical values per 100g): Energy 182kJ/44kcal Fat 0g Carbohydrates 3.7g Of which sugars <0.4g Protein 0.4g Salt 0g
Pure Brewed Organic Lager Brewed with great care using only organic malted barley, organic hops, medium-soft water and a bottom-fermenting yeast; matured at low temperatures to bring out its delicate flavour and soft hop-character finish. The cold maturation period allows the bottom-fermenting yeasts to secondary ferment and improve this lager?s flavour, purity and condition. 5% ABV Best served at about 44?F (7?C). Ingredients ? water, organic malted barley, yeast, organic hops, carbon dioxide. Registered with The Vegan Society; suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Nutrition Information (typical values per 100g): Energy 158kJ/38kcal Fat 0g Carbohydrates 2.2g Of which sugars <0.4g Protein 0.4g Salt 0g
The original. The icon. Sapporo Premium Beer is a refreshing lager with a crisp, refined flavor and a clean finish. The perfect beer to pair with any meal and any occasion. Kampai! NUTRITIONAL FACTS Average analysis per 12oz serving: 4.9% ABV Calories: 140 Carbohydrates: 10.3 grams Protein: 1.4 grams
This spiced Belgian-style wheat ale is the pinnacle of refreshment brewed with real orange, lemon and lime peels for a smooth, citrusy finish. The beer that?s always down to chill ? and be chilled. 5.2% ABV
Some beers need a little polishing before entering the world, while others?the hop-heavy, rowdy crowd-pleasers?should just be left alone. We package Hazy Little Thing in all its raw glory: unfiltered, unprocessed, straight from the tanks and into the can. It?s a swirling cloud that likes to shake things up, a fruit-forward hop adventure for the daring. Go bold and make tonight a hazy one. 6.7% ALCOHOL BY VOLUME
Hops are the name of the game with a Double IPA, but we knew we had to take it one step further. With Hop Bullet, we?re using a new technique, hitting the beer with a one-two punch of Magnum hops and lupulin dust?pure, concentrated hop flavor?directly into the tank to emphasize the intense pine and citrus flavors of classic West Coast hops. 8.0% ALCOHOL BY VOLUME
Heavy on hops, that was always the brewery plan. So in 1980, we loaded Pale Ale up with Cascade?a new hop at the time named after the mountain range?and the intense aromas of pine and citrus sparked the American craft beer revolution. 5.6% ALCOHOL BY VOLUME
It started as a napkin sketch in a pub, an idea for a device that could boost hop aroma without adding more bitterness. We built the sketch, and the ?Hop Torpedo? revolutionized dry hopping and inspired Torpedo Extra IPA. It?s an aggressive yet balanced beer featuring the complex citrus, pine, and herbal character of whole-cone hops. 7.2% ALCOHOL BY VOLUME
German-style pilsners are the original session beers. Nooner is our version of this classic style, loaded with floral and spicy hop flavor and balanced by a crisp and dry finish.
It all started with an epic video game marathon back in 2004. Rocking blaze-orange homebrew, we saw the foam rings down the glass like tiger stripes. Thousands of batches and tweaks later, the BENGALI still slashes. Tip it back and let gravity do the work. Game on! We often call BENGALI ?the modern interpretation of the original homebrew draft.? But what does that mean? That first homebrew was in 2004. Two of the hop strains in the latest iteration of BENGALI didn?t even exist then! It goes even further than that, though. That original brew was qualitatively dry: meaning that even though there was plenty of sweetness to the beer, the stern bitterness kept the balance right. But IPAs have evolved and so have our palates? and this new Bengali actually doesn?t have much of either. It?s super dry ? low residual sweetness ? and the hop schedule, combined with these new ingredients, gets us all that satisfying hop aroma, without the sticky bitterness. The BENGALI still slashes, but by the end of the sip, you don?t feel a thing.
We were sixty feet underground when the beer came calling. While sinking tankards in ancient beer caves near the foot of the Alps, inspiration struck ? and at that exact moment, THE CRISP was born. The can in your hand turns obsession to reality. Now that?s Crisp. We went to Germany for this one. (Well went back really: we first devised this beer while counting yeast cells in a German lab, and sinking liters in underground caves.) Anyway, when it comes to German hops, American breweries get the leftovers? the less desirable plots, amalgamated into a ?hop sausage.? Instead, at Sixpoint we go straight to the source for the prime cuts ? the Tettnanger and Hallertau hops in THE CRISP are sourced 100% directly from farmers in Tettnang, Germany. This way we personally select what goes into our beers. Look, legit pilz should have an aroma that leaps from the glass, and the bright, floral aroma of THE CRISP absolutely blasts your nostrils. Follow that up with a crisp, clean finish, and you?ll be sinking this thing by the liter.