During the II World War, Jack Churchill made his enemies tremble. He went to the front using a bow and arrow, a sword and playing his bagpipes. Cap. Mad Jack, which was how he was nicknamed, was fearless and insane. As insane as the amount of hops that we put on the recipe of this NE IPA, which has the name of this war hero. In a even more potent version, the hops of choice now are Mosaic, Citra, Azacca and Ekuanot, resulting in an aromas and flavors explosion!
Our sargent keep on breaking through frontiers in the search of new flavors and aromas. This time, he came back from his expedition with the New Zealander hop Nelson Sauvin. A beer that reveals, from its citric and fruity aroma, a touch of white wine and grape, delivering an intense, robust and very creamy Double IPA.
Salvador Brewing Co.’s infantry joined with Koala San Brew’s infantry to come up with a tactical strategy: create a Juicy DIPA with a blend of the experimental hop HBC-472, Motueka and Mosaic. These were the weapons of choice of this operation! The final report reads: Juicy DIPA with citric and coconut aromas, with a considerable creaminess.
Foxholes were shelters built by the Easy Company American paratroopers during the Battle of the Bulge on World War II, Hitler’s trump card on the Western Flank. Foxhole Double New England IPA was created in honor to the ones that tumbled. A real citric and fruity aromas shelter. Live this experience!
Tomahawk Double New England IPA is a fucking explosion: an explosion of flavors and aromas. Loaded with a high amount of hops and a velvety body that has an intense citric and fruity flavor. An authentic hopped bomb that will disturb the most restless minds.