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Browar Stu Mostów: Southpaw Salmo Salar - 440 ml can

Browar Stu Mostów: Southpaw Salmo Salar - 440 ml can

  • New England IPA single-hop, solidly packed with New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hop variety.
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Whoever reads the labels knows that Southpaw Salmo Salar is controversial at the outset! It is a single-hop New England IPA, the power of which lies in the New Zealand hop variety Nelson Sauvin, whose biotransformation gives the beer solid flavors and aromas of white wine / grape, lychee and even gooseberry. Greetings to Nelson's fans and antifans!

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Opis produktowy
New England IPA
ale, light
ABV (alcohol by volume)
440 ml
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temperature: 5°C - 16°C
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Richard, Bratislava
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Richly blooming tropical fruits lead this exploration, juicy, intense, vivacious, vinous, nebulous... Bitterness is deeply immersed, so it is the slightly higher alcohol volume. Profoundly bodied gem awaits here, kudos to Stu Mostów!!!
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Nice beer, fruity aroma but not sweet, just slightly more bitter for my taste than I expect for a NEIPA, very drinkable
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