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Anyone who cannot read the intense intensity of this Triple India Pale Ale from Blech-Brut from the full alcohol content of 9.5% will recognize it when pouring it into the glass at the latest: Lime Blocks flows out of the can in a pale pudding yellow and has in about the same consistency as grandma’s homemade vanilla milk dish. The brew is grippy, creamy and completely opaque. A small crown of snow-white foam sits enthroned on the creamy beer and exudes a sparkling citrus scent that combines with grassy elements and soft malt to create an irresistible bouquet.
The real pleasure begins as soon as you put the glass to your lips and the first drops hit your tongue: a taste explosion! As the name Lime Blocks already suggests, the focus is on the lime and delivers a tangy fruitiness, crisp acidity and a hint of tropical sweetness. The other aromas are cleverly arranged around the lime and complement the profile with grassy notes, smooth grain and soft bitterness. The hop varieties El Dorado, Citra and Idaho 7 are responsible for this culinary firework. Its tasteful volume cleverly hides the stately alcohol content and ensures absolute pleasure.
If you want to experience Bamberg’s art of brewing in its most modern form, you should test this rich TIPA!
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