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Smash Northern Brewer (shipped free*)
In order to be able to distinguish ingredients and really get to know them, we brew Smash beers. This stands for Single Malt And Single Hop. As malt we use our pilsner malt and we add 1 type of hop. In this case, we used american Northern Brewer hops. This hop is known for giving amber-colored beers a piny (pine/resin) character. But if you let it go on pilsner malt, the Northern Brewer will be much more capable.
Spicy. Slightly fruity. Resin. Pines.
In order to be able to distinguish ingredients and really get to know them, we brew Smash beers. This stands for Single Malt And Single Hop. As malt we use our pilsner malt and we add 1 type of hop. In this case, we used the New Zealand Galaxy hops. This is a very sought after and therefore pricey hop that is used in many beautiful IPAs (and in our Bombay!). You can always find this hop in combination with other hopping. But what does Galaxy taste like? You can taste that in this Smash Galaxy.
The Smash Galaxy is pretty bitter so you have to love that. We only added the hops during cooking so expect a super fruity and bitter lager, but no India Pale Lager Before that, we should have added the hops during fermentation.
Fruity. Mango. Citrus. Bitter. Lightly drinkable.
It is said that Tsarina Catherine the Great liked dad. From the porters and stouts from England, that is. So much so that the porter – the workman's beer from 18th century London – created a regional version. Baltic porter became the name. In turn, it is usually made underferment, unlike his British relatives. The dark bastard Vladimir comes from the Baltic shores towards you sailed, full taste ahead.
Vladimir 8.5 is a blubbervette variant of our normal Vladimir. With 20 degrees plato and 8.5 % alcohol it is a real powerhouse.
Fine sparkling brown, memories of liquorice, laurel. Somewhat nutty.