A tropical bomb in the New England DIPA style from Browar Stu Mostów.
Tabula Rasa is a tropical bomb in the New England DIPA style, hopped with a combination of Australian and American hops Enigma, Galaxy, Citra, which, combined with Hydra yeast, gave the beer a smooth, full flavor and velvety aroma full of tropical fruits. The effect obtained by hopping at the end of fermentation, which led to the biotransformation of the oils contained in hops, extracting the best from the hops, i.e. intense flavor and aroma.
It's no secret that beer and food have been an inseparable duo, delighting taste buds around the world for centuries. What started as a simple pairing of hoppy brews and tasty snacks has evolved into a complex art known as "food pairing", the art of matching beer with the right dishes.
Beer is a beloved beverage enjoyed by people all over the world, and every beer enthusiast has their own preferences when it comes to taste, style, and brand. But have you ever wondered about the best packaging for beer? One of the hottest topics in the beer world is the debate of can vs. bottle. Let's explore the advantages of a can over a bottle as a beer packaging option.
From among the bright green hop cones, a slender brown bottle slowly emerges. The characteristic "pst!" sound and the golden beer is already pouring into the shining glass, marking it with a perfectly formed foam. How do TV beer commercials compare to reality?
In the realm of craft beer, is there a more iconic acronym than "IPA"? It's doubtful. But if you're just embarking on this delightful journey through a world of bitterness and citrusy aromas, and you're eager to learn more about IPAs, we invite you to delve into the following article and consider acquiring a tasting kit to truly absorb this informative knowledge.
Hop beers have not lost their popularity for years and are conquering the craft beer market. Have you ever wondered how it happened that hops ended up in beer and became one of the basic raw materials used in its production?