In Hop Venture, the goal is drinkability. A Session IPA that is light, balanced and with fruity notes that will make you want to listen to more stories about how we managed to keep hops and cows in perfect harmony.
Oursin Tasmania is the second beer of the “Croquis” series (“draft” in french). This series is a homage to experimentations and to the unusual. Tasmania is the scenery of this Croquis, whose originality is in the utilization of the Ella hop joined with an acidification process. Oursin is one of the scientific names of the Tasmanian Devil, mammal species that is native of that region, which meets other little bacteria devils, Lactobacillus, creating a killer “Australian Sour Ale”!
Day Tripper is a NE IPA with the experimental hop HBC 472. This hop, at first, has a similar profile with other hops that are already well known in IPAs, with citric shades of grapefruit and lemon zest which, by itself, would make a beautiful and fresh beer, ideal to be tasted in sunny days. However, when used in almost irresponsibly big amounts, the beer starts to develop a fruity and lightly woody character, which looks like as if we put a dense coconut liquor for some months in Bourbon Whiskey barrels.
Twin Peach, the newest creation from the project Atelier Ruradélica, is an extradimensional APA, which joins singular flavors to make this unique beer. Peach, vanilla, hops and more hops. Nice to meet you, Twin Peach.
Felix culpa, the happy guilt of using an as noble ingredient as blueberry to make a beer. On this gose, we used sea salt and a big amount of organic blueberries, the result is a beer with an intense color, that is lightly acid and with an intense aroma of red fruits.
What do a hop, a gooseberry and a grape all have in common? You’re about to find out. Sauvinova is a single hop pale ale exploding with tropical gooseberry notes from the Nelson Sauvin hop. It has the same gooseberry-ness that made its grape-cousin famous. So say goodbye to Sauvignon Blanc. Say gidday to Sauvinova.
The summer is a time of the year that we like a lot. With longer days and higher temperatures, it’s the ideal season for the sports practice on open air. Our preferred sports are swimming and cycling, physical activities that burn lots of calories and mineral salts. For the replacement of these minerals, there’s nothing better than a fresh, non-pasteurized, artisanally produced beer. And it was with that thought that we created Alenda Leichte-Weisse, a low ABV Weissbier that was brewed according to the traditional methods used by the best Bavaria breweries, which are: decoction, fermentation on open tanks (Dekoktionsverfahren und Gärung im offenen Bottich) and bottle refermentation.
A true Black IPA: hop’s protagonism both in the aroma and in the flavor, bringing that citric fruitiness that we like so much. Dark malts brings a light roastiness, which is needed to give support and also to serve as a base for the beer. Drinkability? On the heights!