“For each engine, there’s an oil. For each body, there’s a great life shot.” The restless minds can’t stop creating! To those which are alive and ready for this new battle, look at this new classic with all due attention. Engesa Oil Coffee Edition is still robust in all its aspects: name, body and on the mouth. Dense, liquor-like and high a high ABV, it brings on these giants’ dawn the personality of that coffee that we love so much.
Chocolate Enigma is our homage to the british and polish mathematicians and cryptoanalysts, which were part of the challenge of breaking the “Enigma” code and contributed to the advance of many science areas, including artificial intelligence and computer science. A complex, dense and liquor-like beer that hides many notes that you don’t perceive at a first analysis. Follow the steps of these great scientists when you taste this beer, and discover the encrypted message that we put on each layer of this 15% ABV Wheatwine.
Pastry Stout is a beer that has its inspiration on classic desserts or pastries. Who doesn’t loves a really chocolaty Donuts, right? This popular United States pastry is the inspiration for this sweet “Chocolate Donuts”. Its flavor and aroma are unmistakable, a perfect combination filled with flavor and softness.
A cup of coffee with a chocolate cookie? The harmony between these two flavors can be perceived in each sip of Cookie de Chocolate Pastry Stout. For the brewing of this recipe, coffee, cacao, vanilla and hazelnut were used to achieve the characteristic cookie aroma. A dessert that, certainly, replaces with mastery the inspiration combo: coffee and cookie.
Everybody knows Vanilla, but we used vanilla that comes from Uganda. They are grade A (the best in the batch) and are sold under the Comércio Justo concept (in english: Fair Trade), or, in other words, in a sustainable way.
The iconic Petroleum with a generous shot of Chipotle pepper! For those who really love pepper and Petroleum.
Vanilla Espresso Affogato - Collaborative beer of 5 Elementos and Salvador Brewing Co.: Pastry Stout made with Lactose, Coffee and Vanilla.
Suricato didn’t stand still and went to the Combú Island, in Pará, to create an Imperial Brown Ale with tonka beans and marsh cacao produced locally for your father, your mother and specially for you!
The twelfth beer that I brewed.
This was the first beer that I brewed using a 10L BIAB equipment.
It used yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis), “erva-mate” in portuguese, a herb that is used to make a popular beverage in southern Brazil, chimarrão.