On the nose fresh notes of tropical fruit with hints of pineapple and papaya. In the mouth it is balanced and smooth, with a light hoppy end. A light, drinkable and refreshing beer ideal for all occasions.

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Session beer is not defined by flavors or aromas, which can place it in almost any style category. Instead, what makes a session beer is primarily refreshment and drinkability. Any style of beer can be made lower in strength than described in the classic style guidelines. The goal should be to reach a balance between the style’s character and the lower alcohol content. Drinkability is a factor in the overall balance of these beers. Beer should not exceed 5 percent ABV.

ABV

4%

IBU

20

Style

SESSION ALE

 Ingredients

Malts: Pilsner, Wheat, FL Oat, Vienna

Yeasts: WLP 095

Hops: El Dorado, Galaxy, Magnum, Ella

A classic American pale ale with a strong hoppy character but with a good presence of malt. The nose goes from mango to peach, from the herbaceous to the grapefruit. In the mouth the sweet and the bitter alternate in a pleasant mix.

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A British interpretation of a classic American style. The American pale Ale is characterized by floral, fruity, citrus-like, piney, resinous, or sulfur-like American-variety hop character, producing medium to medium-high hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. American-style pale ales have medium body and low to medium maltiness that may include low caramel malt character.

ABV

5,4%

IBU

55

Style

AMERICAN PALE ALE

 Ingredients

Malts: maris otter, cara 20, cara 120

Yeasts: US 05

Hops: Columbus, Citra, Bravo, Amarillo, Calypso

A light and very drinkable beer but with a strong character as faithful as possible to the style, to the nose, notes of barley coffee, hazelnut, plum and milk chocolate. In the mouth has a light body with a long malted finish and fruity nuances.

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The term “mild” seems to have become relatively common in the eighteenth century, although there are even earlier references to it. At this time it did not really apply to any particular style of beer, but merely to beers that had not been kept, and were sent out for drinking within a matter of weeks after brewing. It was often applied to porter, the most popular beer in England in the late eighteenth century.

ABV

2,4%

IBU

18

Style

MILD

 Ingredients

Malts: Maris Otter, Crystal Light, Carafa 3, Chocolate

Yeasts: London ESB

Hops: UK Goldings

Creamy notes with a hint of vanilla and biscuit, followed by tobacco, bitter cocoa and chocolate. In the mouth it is not excessively creamy, with pithy notes of coffee and dark chocolate.

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A particular sub-style of the stout genre, which doesn’t get the respect it deserves, is the Oatmeal Stout. Its history dates back to the mid- to late 1800s, with the discovery that adding oats to beer made it healthier. This new creation was often considered a table beer and prescribed to nursing mothers and ailing children, and believed to be a remedy for sickness in general

ABV

7,8%

IBU

25

Style

IMPERIAL OAT MILK STOUT

 Ingredients

Malts: Maris Otter, Oat malt, Biscuit, Carafa 3, Cara 300, Crystal, Chocolate, Roasted, Dextrose

Yeasts: Nottingham

Hops: Magnum

On the nose notes ranging from mango to passion fruit, from mandarin to herbaceous. In the mouth is smooth and full then the tropical fruits come back. A beer easy to drink, but be careful!

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NEIPA is essentially an unfiltered IPA or Double IPA that’s been aggressively hopped. Appearance ranges from slightly hazy or cloudy to opaque or muddy. Dry-hopping, the use of high-protein grains (flours, flaked oats, wheat), certain yeast strains, water chemistry, CO2 levels, and other techniques may also contribute to the beer’s haze and mouthfeel. But the overall goal is typically a hazy, juicy IPA packed with fruity and floral flavors.

ABV

8,6%

IBU

20

Style

NEW ENGLAND DOUBLE IPA

 Ingredients

Malts: Golden Promise, Wheat, FL Oat, Dextrose

Yeasts: WLP 095

Hops: Magnum, Vic Secret, Citra, Mosaic, Galaxy

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