Blackcyl SE

Black IPA

When brewing Black IPA it’s easy to overdo the dark, burnt malt and end up with an “ashy” flavour, completely burying the amazing American hops. The only difference between our Black IPA and a light IPA is that… it’s black – at least that’s what we aimed at, and we’re told we did quite well!

Still, with Blackcyl special edition, we went one step further. Naturally, we used a whole lot of amazing American hops, but just before bottling we additionally circulated the whole tank through orange, red grapefruit, lime and lemon peels. To sum up, what you get is a super-rich mix of citrus fruits, resin and undergrowth followed by light notes of dark malt. The effect is captivating!

We started on a small scale, but your feedback has been so positive that we were left with no choice but go big and add it to our portfolio.

Try also the strengthened version of basic Blackcyl – Blackcyl Double.

ABV: 7 %

Extract: 16.5 %

IBU: 75

Main hops:
Chinook, Simcoe, Columbus, Sabro, Cascade

First batch: September 2017


Water, barley malt, wheat malt, oat flakes, malt extract, hops, orange peel, grapefruit peel, lemon peel, lime peel, yeast.


Bottle photo

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