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Sensorial reviews of the beers I tried at home, which by no means I intend for them to be treated as professional. They are more like beer tasting and english writing exercises.

El Trago Cervejaria + Cervejaria Narcose | Época Bella

El Trago Cervejaria + Cervejaria Narcose | Época Bella

Época Bella is the first beer of El Trago Cervejaria and was created in partnership with the gaúchos from Cervejaria Narcose. The chosen style for this first recipe was Grisette, a classic belgian style that is not yet widely known in Brazil. Top fermented beer, with low ABV, Época Bella is light-colored and has a round body due to the addition of oat and wheat and has a dry finish.






Cervejaria Dogma | Branca de Brett

Cervejaria Dogma | Branca de Brett

When we decided to bring the Branca de Brett to Dogma, we decided to change it a little bit. We kept the refreshing base that mixed wheat and barley, but we decided to acidify the wort and to ferment it with a blend of Brettas. For these task we chose the Trois, Lambicus and Bruxellensis Brettas, aiming to bring complexity to this simple malt base. Besides that, we did a generous Dry-hop of El Dorado and Mosaic hops, complementing the mango and pineapple fruitiness that were added during the fermentation. The result is an acid, fruity and refreshing explosion, which will evolve with the storing time to funky and wild notes!


Three Monkeys Beer | I’m F#cking Sour

Three Monkeys Beer | I’m F#cking Sour

Is there Dragon Fruuuuuuit on it? YES! Is there RASPBERRY on it? YES! And you know what else? IT HAS LEMON! Come here, customer! In here there’s fruit, malt, hops, yeast and water. But in a really different, uncommon, eccentric way. I’m Fucking Sour is the third beer of our Sour series. A fresh, tart, delicious beer. A fruit juice. Characteristic red dragon fruit visual. The unmistakable raspberry aroma and flavor. And the lemon’s acidity. It isn’t sugarcane juice, but you’ll be licking your lips. You’ll like it. And, if you don’t, I’m Fucking Sour.



Japas Cervejaria | Kasato Maru

Japas Cervejaria | Kasato Maru

110 years ago, on June 18, the Kasato Maru disembarked on the Santos’ port, bringing the first 781 japanese immigrants to our country. Our release is a tribute to all the immigrants and descendants that inherited and spreaded this culture that totally influenced our cultural formation. Our beer will be a New England IPA, refreshing, hopped and with 6.5% ABV, with Dekopon addition on its recipe. A fruit of japanese origin that arrived as an “immigrant” in our country.