The new design of SALAMANDER labels carries a hidden value. Discover it below and don’t hesitate to talk about it.
Big small talk
Forgive me, but small talk is not my forte. I’m definitely better at “big talk”. After all, we don’t have much time, so maybe let’s dive a little deeper. When all the unnecessary layers are removed, you can clearly see the essence.
Have you ever talked to a person who, in fact, is enough if she constantly talks and you only ask and listen? It’s a celebrity personality. She has such an interesting life that she is not interested in what is going on with yours. But it does interests me. Just don’t forget to make sure that everything`s fine with me too.
Gimme a sign
I`m constantly giving you a sign, can you hear me? Hands are my language. My body is an expression. I want to draw from you, my interlocutor, and I will let you draw from me. You may even disagree with my blinking, but I’m glad you’re not only grabbing my words but getting to understand them.
#LetsTalk #Conversation #Toast #ForTheMeeting #SALAMANDER!
Salamander Black IPA is an emerging new wave beer style, also known as the Cascadian Dark Ale as it was originally created in the north-western region of the USA, the Cascade Mountain Range. It is full of contradictions: dark as Porter with intense chocolate and roast tones subdued. Brewed specifically for the Wrocław Beer Trail, a local initiative bringing together the best multitaps in the city to promote the craft beer market in Poland.
The malt character is emphasized here primarily in the dark color of the beer. Dextrin sweetness is necessary to balance the hoppy, bitter nature of the Black IPA.
The Black IPA style needs to be hopped even a little more than the American IPA itself, because the base consist of the dark malts are somehow “covering” the hoppy character of the beer. The hops used in the production process are mainly giving a pleasant pine-resin profile (Chinnok) along with considerable citrusiness (Citra, Mosaic, Cascade).
Best when it`s fresh!
Such intensely hopped beer 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: Black IPA
- Extract: 15,5 %
- Alcohol: 6,8 %
- IBU: 68
- Malts: Pilsner, Munich, chocolate wheat, carafa special type III, caramel 30 EBC, coloring malt extract
- Taste: mild notes of dark malts, resinous and pine accents, citrusy intense hop flavor, with high herbal bitterness
- Bitter: Chinook (US)
- Aromatic: Chinook, Mosaic (US)
- Dry-hopped: Chinook, Citra, Cascade (US)
- Yeast: top-fermenting US-05
- Appearance: black, with ruby reflections
- Aromas: resin-pine, with citrus accompaniment, slightly subdued notes of dark malts, roasted sunflower seeds
- mild notes of dark malts, resinous and pine accents
- resinous and pine accents
- citrusy intense hop flavor with high herbal bitterness
- Serving temperature: 10-13 ⁰C
- Glass: IPA Glass, Sensoric, Sniffter, Nonic or Shaker
- Dishes: Chilli Con Carne, Grilled meats in BBQ sauce
- Cheeses: smoked, mold with overgrown mold
- Desserts: Tiramisu, chocolate-mint cake
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.