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The Brewski brewery from Sweden has a collection of interesting clothing. However, their shoes and shirts are not made of silk, cotton or polyester, they are made of hops, malt, yeast and water. The series brings us a bunch of juicy New England IPAs that sport yellow clothes on the label. Behind it are artisanally brewed masterpieces that score points with their drinkability, great fruit aromas and mild bitterness.
Also part of the series is Tea-Shirt, a tropical treat with a whopping 6.0% ABV that is neither a tea nor a shirt. The NEIPA is brewed with a handpicked selection of the finest hop varieties and brings a round dance of exotic fruit to your tongue.
The hoppy beer presents itself in a gently cloudy peach gold in the glass. A bouquet of papaya and pineapple rises from the small crown and makes you want to take the first sip. Fine malt opens the beer enjoyment and ensnares the palate with soft sweetness, before the hops explode like a bomb and take the aroma play to the next level with juicy notes of pineapple, guava, papaya, grapefruit and green umbels. Trained tongues detect a hint of spicy yeast, the bitterness is less subtle. A juicy, fruity and skilfully bitter finish completes the beer pleasure.
Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, yeast