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No Fake Here! PRIOR TO OUR MOVE we createD 4 fabulous CORE Beers! A LAGER ESPAÑOL, an IPA, a WEST COAST IPA, and a PILSNER.

We created these beautiful brand new funky, cool beers designed and dedicated to the 21st Century. 


¡No es falso aquí! ANTES DE NUESTRA MUDANZA, creamos 4 fabulosas cervezas CORE! A LAGER ESPAÑOL, una IPA, una WEST COAST IPA y una PILSNER.
Creamos estas hermosas cervezas frescas y originales diseñadas y dedicadas al siglo XXI.

"Without a doubt, the best beers in Espana!" - Piers
Crispy and clean. Extremely refreshing and easy to drink. Light straw color. Aroma of herbs and white grapes. A little cookie and freshly baked cookie. Fruitiness with fresh flavors of cape gooseberry and grape.
This beautiful beer is made with locally sourced ingredients. A beer WHICH brings together the flavors, tastes and feel of Spain.  This beer is a very aromatic, drinkable and balanced beer. An easy drinking, beer with a hoppy taste and aroma making it clean, crisp and appealing. It is exploding with Chinook, Simcoe and Mosaic Hops. But this is no "Old World" beer. This is a 21st Century IPA. all wrapped up with a wee bit of spice! Even the spices are local!

Our WEST COAST beer is outrageous! What we have created with our APA is a hazy-ish beer with distinct yeast esters. Spicy, fruity, smooth and with a full body. It is Chinook hopped and has a very distinctive aroma of citrus, mango, spices and  ginger. Hopped to hell. You can easily drink this beer all day! It pairs perfectly with Mediterranean cuisine!  
Our Pilsner is WICKED! It is very summery, very tasty, easy drinking and very MOREISH. Again we have packed this beer with the ingredients, flavors, tastes and feel of Spain. Our PILS is drier and crisper than a Bohemian Pilsener with a bitterness that tends to linger more in the aftertaste. It is lighter in body and colour, and with higher carbonation than a Bohemian Pilsener. 



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

India pale ale (IPA) is a hoppy beer style within the broader category of pale ale.

The first known use of the term "India pale ale" is an advertisement in the Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser in 1829.


It was also referred to as pale ale as prepared for India, India ale, pale India ale, or pale export India ale, the high hop content preserving the beer for the long journey from England to India.  

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