BEER OF THE WEEK
A SUMMARY OF THE LAST WEEKS
Our beer menu is very varied and never the same, that's why we decided to choose the beer that shines the brightest every week. Certainly beer lovers already have one that is their favorite, but do not miss any opportunity to discover a new one !
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🍺 What'cha Want
IPA - New England
Hazy beer extremely fruity, mellow and heavily dry hopped with ahtanum, hull mellon, eldorado and Idaho 7.
💥 IMPERIAL RYE IPA
Brewery: BIDASSOA BASQUE
Amber color. Intense floral aromas, citrus with hints of caramel. Notes of cereal and caramel accompanied
with soft spicy and pine tones that balance an intense bitterness.
Larrun, a magical mountain for the Basques, a geographical and sentimental reference, a sentinel who cares for and watches over the future of the people of the Bidasoa basin and the literal Labortano with its imposing structure.
•Hoppy •Strong • Floral •Full Cereal
🍺 55| MOSAIC
💥 by @brewbynumbers
IPA - Imperial / Double New England
This Double Ipa pours with a heavy haze, instantly releasing a heady aroma of tropical fruits and ripe berries. Flavours of sweet pineapple, mango gelato and ripe stone fruits lead to a gentle and balanced bitterness. The resulting beer is juicy, full-bodied and incredibly smooth.
💥Garage Beer Co. @garagebeerco
“Our newest West Coast IPA to come off the line is Santako. We've based this on one of our recent WCIPA's, Plasticity, but have replaced the Cascade portion of the dry hop with Amarillo to push the orangey citrus character further. Combined with Citra, Simcoe and Columbus the aroma immediately presents plenty of dank pine resin, marijuana, orange and grapefruit zest and some slight peachiness. The initial taste follows with more citrus and a little kiss of sweetness before finishing with a dry and firm bitterness that does't overstep the mark. The body is on the leaner, drier side yet with the little addition of a very light caramel malt, a slight sweet touch blends with the bitter finish to give some of that sticky, oily, resinous character that we love in West Coast IPA. This is a west coast IPA designed with drinkibility in mind and what's more it's even celiac-friendly.”
This DDH IPA is packed with tropical and orchard stone fruit aromas alongside twists of lime and lemon and an underlying layer of piney dankness from a hop bill including Cryo Pop and the still experimental HBC 586 variety.
Juicy • Hoppy • Creamy • Smooth