Fruit Punch Berliner Weisse ABV: 4.5% | IBU: 6 A fruit punch Berliner Weisse dominated by raspberry and guava on the nose, with hints of fruit punch-like characters coming through from tropical fruits like passionfruit, pineapple, mango, and cranberry. On the palate, the tartness from kettle souring lifts up the tropical fruit notes and follows through with a dry and thirst quenching finish. Hazy pink color from the wheat in the grainbill and generous fruit additions.
A hoppy pilsner that is perfect for the hot summer days.
The Lager uses a very special breed of hops from New Zealand – Nelson Sauvin.
As the hop bitterness cuts through the malt, it also brings out a bowl
of fruits with aromas of peaches, guava, and sauvignon grapes.
Nipponia is brewed with the revived Japanese breed of Kanego
Golden Barley which was first developed in 1900 along with
Japanese-bred Sorachi Ace hops.Nipponia is a delightful
golden colored beer with a citrus edge and, complex and lingering flavors.
Style: Double NEIPA
IBU: 23 Super ripe tropical fruit on the nose with a burst of initial mango and papaya. The nose follows through to the palate with more intense tropical fruit flavors. A typical hazy New England IPA, packs a punch at 8.2%.