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.
Marihana, which means "hop flower" in Japanese, has a delicate, citrusy hop aroma. With the contrast of its light golden hues and fluffy white head, this session IPA delivers a highly drinkable beer without sacrificing on flavor. The beautiful aroma and sophisticated bitterness, combined with the balance of hops, gives this beer everything one could want in an IPA, with a lower alcohol content for drinkability.
ABV: 4.7% | IBU: 1
Light grainy malt base with some toasty and breadcrumb-like secondary tones. Intense hop aroma with citrus fruits (lemon zest, tangerines, grapefruits), stone fruits (peaches, apricots, mangos), pine nuts, perfume, and dank (grassy, marijuana-like characters). Very low bitterness. Velvety mouthfeel.