Asteroid 56013 – “The Explosion”

The sideral space is silent. On an asteroid, all of a sudden, a powerful aura deflagrates. 56013 is an experimental clone: suddenly an error, things get outta hand with a boom, filling the void between galaxies! The energy is explosive and vibrantly green, setting the universe on fire with its shades of grapefruit and herbal greenness…

The universe vibrates and burns: 56013 is the legendary Little Cascadian Prince; ready to show off aromas and weapons for his personal interstellar crusade… Locked in a lab for ages, he has now gathered energies and broken through: his cosmos is blazing, he will enroll you in a journey to the boundaries of the Possible!


Original Extract: 15,5º P

ABV: 6,6%

Color: Intense bronze

Copper-hued IPA showing off a creamy, frothy head; Asteroid is our tribute to the West Coast of USA and to Cascade; the hops best representing its brewing history. Powerfully citrusy yet extremely balanced, drinkable and clean, it pairs subtle hints of biscuit and honey to a neat bitter finish; crowned by microscopic detonations of pine needles, resin, tropical fruit and gentian.

Drink fresh: the right moment falls within five months from bottling date. Do not age! Store below 10° C.

Bodacious, elegant and direct. Drink it at day, drink it at night. Drink it with char-grilled meat, with fatty semi-aged cheeses, with roasted salmon. Drink it with your significant other when you’re seeking evasion, drink it with friends, drink it when you need to log off and set sails for an elegant journey to the stars to tickle your throat, heart and mind.

Ann Weaveril 05/08/2017 03:54
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