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NEIPA Nelson Sauvin, Motueka

The new design of SALAMANDER labels carries a hidden value. Discover it below and don’t hesitate to talk about it.


Hello Partner. Please forgive me the official tone, but partnership is probably my favorite type of relation. Equality, reciprocity, understanding – values ​​as tempting as… they are demanding. Although I was disappointed with declarations more than once, I found support much more often. Because that’s exactly how it works – when you push from the front – I cover the back.


You know what counts in business. Money, contacts and customers. But do you know what matters more? You know that when you know what a business partner means. You do what you know best and I trust it, and… you trust that I do my best. And when a crisis comes, we don’t turn our backs on ourselves. And there is no deal that we do not celebrate properly. Deal?

The art of sacrifice

Like nature with progress, tradition with modernity and the desire for fast food at night with (after all) common sense. You guess right – these are difficult partnerships of opposite poles. None will budge except by force. Oh, and here somewhere is the border between balance and domination, because the art of partnership is the art of sacrifice. OK, OK. I’m already moving so you don’t have to push yourself so tight.

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With each subsequent year, we focus on the development and improvement of the quality of beers brewed at Długosza Street in Wrocław! We make it happen thanks to the new technological solutions, improvement of recipes and introduction of the new quality control systems by our internal laboratory. But the raw materials must not be forgotten. They are crucial for achieving the desired final result, i.e. – cans of fresh IPA beer.

The freshness of hops is an extremely important aspect and the bane of brewers at the same time. By joining forces with a young New Zealand Hop Revolution farm, we have jumped to a completely different level of hopping. The opening of the first pack of Nelson Sauvin made it clear to us!

We have never before been able to smell such fresh and aromatic hops. This is mostly due to the fact that the harvest took place only a month before we opened the package! The beer in which we decided to present you their potential had to be New England IPA!

Hazy, light straw-colored and intensively hopped – both in Whirlpool and dry hopped (twice!). We combined Nelson Sauvin with the equally aromatic Motueka in a 50/50 ratio.


Salamander New England IPA Nelson Sauvin & Motueka

New England IPA is a hazy and velvety beer with a deep color and distinctive flavor. This NEIPA owes its unusual aroma to the New Zealand varieties: Nelson Sauvin and Motueka. While brewing it, we tried several new techniques in the technological process, the result of which is a bright, full and juicy IPA filled with notes of white grapes, kiwi, passion fruit, peach and lime.

Malts / extract:

The malt base consist of light barley malt and Golden Promise, complemented by short-sprouted malt along with a solid dose of oatmeal and naked oats. Such a malt base allows the hoppy aromas to shine and creats a solid malt foundation with a slightly cookie character.


Nelson Sauvin is filled with notes characteristic for white wines of the Sauvignon Blanc variety – white grapes, peaches, gooseberries, kiwi and passion fruit. Motueka introduced notes of lime, lemon and tropical fruit.

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
  • Parameters:
    • Extract: 14,0%
    • Alcohol: 6,2%
    • IBU: 30
  • Ingredients:
  • Malts: barley malt: Pilsner malt, Golden Promise malt, naked oats, short-sprouted malt, oatmeal
  • Hops:
  • Whirlpool: Nelson Sauvin (AU), Motueka (AU) 
  • Dry-hopping: Nelson Sauvin (AU), Motueka (AU) 
  • Yeasts: House Ale Strain
  • Appearance: light yellow, cloudy, juicy
  • Aromas: white grapes, kiwi, passion fruit, peach, lime
  • Mouthfeel:
    • 1 – full
    • 2 – juicy
    • 3 – fruity, hoppy finish
  • Serving temperature: 8-12⁰C
  • Glass: Sensoric, tulip, snifter
  • Foodpairing:
    • Dishes: prawns in beer tempura with mango-chilli salsa and coriander, risotto with pumpkin, gorgonzola, rosemary
    • Cheese: Brique de Brebis, Roquefort, Brie, Stilton
    • Dessert: cold cheesecake with coconut panna cotta, mango & jelly, lemon-coconut sponge cake with passion fruit

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.