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Salvador Brewing Co. | Judy Mango Milkshake IPA

Salvador Brewing Co. | Judy Mango Milkshake IPA

A beer that was originally created as a collaborative beer between Salvador Brewing Co. + Ruradélica Ales. Judy was a war heroine. With its sharp nose, she helped soldiers to find water in an island and also found the best aromas to make a really different beer. That’s how this New England IPA with Mango and Vanilla was created. With a generous Galaxy, Citra and Mosaic addition, it will make you wander in a sensorial explosion that will be marked by this experience.


Japas Cervejaria | Sawā Yuzu

Japas Cervejaria | Sawā Yuzu

With the characteristic acidity of the style, being also light and refreshing, Sawā is the translation of “Sour” in japanese. The perfect base for a beer that, on this version, has Yuzu on its recipe, a japanese citric fruit that has a remarking acidity and that is extremely aromatic, reminding of a mix of sicilian lemon, tangerine and grapefruit. This sour ale also has the Citra and Cascade hops added on dry hopping, empowering even more the citric character of this rare fruit.


Salvador Brewing Co. + Overhop Brewing Co. | Skydive - Sour Juicy IPA Boysenberry

Salvador Brewing Co. + Overhop Brewing Co. | Skydive - Sour Juicy IPA Boysenberry

Overhop entered Salvador’s Bunker gates and created an unique recipe in a four hands effort: malt, lots of hops, lactose and organic boysenberries from the Serra Gaúcha. With an acidity in the right level and balanced with a velvety body! In an allusion to the prayer found in the pocket of a paratrooper that was killed in combat, we asked: Give me a glass of this Sour IPA! Give me this hop load! Give me this boysenberry nectar! Give me more of this Salvador / Overhop partnership! Give me Skydive Sour Juicy IPA Boysenberry!


Salvador Brewing Co. | Mk2 Piña Colada NEIPA

Salvador Brewing Co. | Mk2 Piña Colada NEIPA

Mk2 was a grenade that was used a lot during World War II. With its characteristic shape, it received the “pineapple” nickname during the confrontations. Making an allusion to the Piña Colada cocktail, we incorporated the already traditional New England IPA to the power of the pineapple and the coconut in an explosion of tastes and aromas.