The new design of SALAMANDER labels carries a hidden value. Discover it below and don’t hesitate to talk about it.
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Our monthly NEIPA drop comes out with Meridian and El Dorado hops. As always, in the search of perfection we made few small changes in the malt bill and the water profile, but you know what to expect:
A bright, soft, hazy, hop saturated juicy IPA.
Double dry hopped with a relatively new hop – Meridian and an already modern classic El Dorado. Tons of candied orange, citrus, tropical fruits and berry notes coming out from this combo, well balanced with a clean malt profile accopmlished by the characteristic stone fruit ester notes from our house yeasts.
Malts / extract:
New England IPA should be juicy!
This time we decided to use a simple mix of malts, consisting of a combination of barley malts with a small share of oat malt & flakes. Light, but at the same time full base and the ideal background for an intense hopping.
Brewed and double dry-hopped with a relatively new variety – Meridian and a modern classic – El Dorado.
Meridian is the perfect hop for adding layers in hoppy beers. Full of orange marmalade, tropical notes and a heavy berry aroma.
El Dorado is on the other hand tropical all the way – he gave the beer intense notes of mango, pineapple and tropical guava.
Both of them bring up the sweet orange notes with a second layer of exotic and stone fruits.
Best when it`s fresh!
Such intensely hopped beers tastes insanely, especially fresh! Hop aroma decreases over time. Therefore, treat this beer with particular care, keep it in a dark and very cool place (the fridge will be a good solution) and do not wait – drink fresh!
- Style: New England IPA
- Extract: 16,0%
- Alcohol: 6,2%
- IBU: 40
- Malts: barley malt: Pilsen; oat malt, oat flakes
- Bitter: Chinook (US)
- Whirlpool: Meridian, El Dorado (US)
- Dry – hopping: Meridian, El Dorado (US)
- Yeasts: House ale yeast
- Appearance: light orange, hazy, with fine, small-bubble white foam
- Aromas: orange gummy bears, mango, pinneapple
- 1 – full
- 2 – smooth
- 3 – juicy, round aftertaste
- Serving temperature: 8-12⁰C
- Glass: Sensoric, tulip, snifter
- Dishes: livers with peach salsa, pad-thai with tofu and mango
- Cheese: Stilton, Roquefort
- Dessert: Lemon Meringue Pie, lemon and mint sorbet, cold cheesecake with peache salsa
More information about the idea behind the new design of the SALAMANDER brand can be found here and the assumptions of the CAN 2.0 campaign, as a result of which the SALAMANDER beers will appear in this packaging – here.