New Zealand Session IPA

In the traditional Maori esoteric school, you are first newcomer – pia. Then, as you progress – taura. And after mastery – tohunga. Of course, we are not here to lecture you on Maori esoteric culture, but we will definitely be focusing more on the wonderful qualities of the New Zealand hops.

The unusual aromas of coconut, limes and kiwi come from the hops grown in this faraway country. We decided to brew a very simple beer, one that will be an introduction to the breath-taking climate of the hop crops in Land of the Long White Cloud. After you’re over the initial surprise of the aroma and you take the first sip, you will be astonished by the tropical fruit ripeness, ended by a short yet pleasant bitterness. Low alcohol content – especially for an IPA – makes this an exceptionally saison beer. Naturally we didn’t use any fruit, additives or aromas, it was all hops!

And one more thing: you definitely have to try our others beers of the New Zealand series – Taura and Tohunga!

ABV: 4.4 %

Extract: 12.5 %

IBU: 25

Main hops:
Wai-iti, Motueka, Nelson Sauvin, Sabro

First batch: October 2018

Water, barley malt, wheat flakes, oat flakes, wheat malt, hops, yeast.


Bottle photo
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