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#328 Nopaque

West Coast IPA

We think Browar Stu Mostów (The Brewery of a Hundred Bridges), is one of the best breweries in Poland. They make great beer, crafted by passionate people. Through beer festivals we became friends and made the opportunity to visit their brewery in Wrocław, to brew a beer together. “Nopaque” is our second collab together. This time brewed in Gothenburg. Something we all enjoy, as a tribute to our shared values. An unfiltered West Coast IPA full of citrus, dank, herb forward and fruity hop flavours. Built on top of a balanced malt sweetness, and finishes with a round and pronounced bitterness.

#325 Silly Season

Saffron IPA

This is a hoppy New England IPA spiced with Saffron, for the Silly Season. Packed with Citra and Simcoe hops, and fermented with London Fog yeast, for more fruity yeast characters and and especially haze. Saffron, dank, tropical & citrus. This packs a punch!

#323 Haaaze

Hazy Double IPA

Haaaze is a juicy, hazy and heavy hitting Double IPA, coming in at an extravagant 9,0% ABV. Generously dry hopped with Idaho 7 and experimental HBC 630, for big, dank fruitiness. Nice massive sweetness with tropical fruits, mango, bruised pineapple and delicate elderflower. Notes of melon in the background with a touch of vanilla and cedar.

#318 GLOW-along

Kveik IPA

A tart and citrusy IPA with aromas of vanilla, cedar and coconut. Overripe mango and bruised pineapple flavours upfront keeps it bright and tangy on the palate, with soft umami and mineral characters in the background. Fermented on Kveik yeast to punch up the zesty, tart and fruity hop notes.

#316 Rush

Hazy IPA

Juicy, hazy and tropical. Rush is a Hazy IPA featuring a hop mix of Azacca, Ekuanot Cryo, and Idaho 7 Cryo. The result is a bright and refreshing aroma with tropical fruits, citrus, and sweet, well-balanced malt tones. Delivers a big burst of juicy mango, citrus, stone fruit, and a touch of spiciness.

#315 Autumn woods and winter skies

Amber Lager

This is a smooth and creamy Amber Lager perfect for cooler months. Spicy, caramel and toasty, bready notes with a touch of citrus and a light yeast character. Nicely balanced with a clean and crispy hop bitterness to end it off.

#313 Summerye

Rye IPA

A deep ruby red, full bodied, rye-based IPA that brings rich, spicy malt notes together with an earthy hop balance. Sweet, bready, honey and caramel, with hints of dried fruit, pine and grapefruit.

#312 Sällskapsdryck

American Pale Ale

This is the third beer in our home brand series where we challenged our brewers with a two word brief, and where design does not take centre stage, but the beer itself. Clean, simple, full of citrus and stone fruit flavours with hints of grass notes and a soft yet pronounced bitterness.

#310 Forward with the goat

Belgian Pale Ale

This is a style of beer that we’ve not brewed before, but one we find very interesting. And now, finally, we have brewed it! Get on with it at beerbliotek.com

#309 Am I not bitter enough

Double IPA

Loaded with Citra, this aggressively hopped, golden and clear DIPA leads with pungent piney aromas and hints of bubble gum, orange peel and a wee bit of peach on the nose. Hits you with a refreshing, dry and hoppy bitterness, ending with a fruity punch.

#308 Sweet smelly trees

Imperial Stout

If a smelly tree falls in the forest and no one is there to smell it, does it still have a smell? We love smelly trees at beerbliotek.com

#306 Amazing Maize

Mexican Lager

A crisp, clear and clean Mexican Lager, brewed for the summer months, barbecues and tacos. We like a crisp Lager at beerbliotek.com

#305 Herb Life

India Pale Ale

This is the second beer in our homebrand series where we challenged our brewers with a two word brief, and

#304 Sunny disposition

NE: Session IPA

At Beerbliotek, we would never entertain our emotions, positive or negative. Not at our place of work or in our private lives. Certainly never on a beer label. We are robots at beerbliotek.com

#303 Square peg, round hole

White IPA

Our brewers really enjoy brewing new beers, or playing with variations in a style. In this case they’re paying homage to the misfit White IPA, a square peg in a round hole. Everyone is welcome at beerbliotek.com

#302 Malt Beverage

Amber Lager

This is the first beer in our homebrand series where we challenged our brewers with a two word brief, and

#301 Single Hop Idaho 7

IPA

Idaho 7 is one of our favourite Hop varieties, so we decided to show off its peachy characters in this beer. Full bodied and fruity, this is a luscious IPA. We make beer at beerbliotek.com

#300 We don’t count sequentially

Freeze-distilled Wheat Wine

Even after 300 individual recipes, the brew team remains focussed on experimentation. This freeze-distilled Wheat Wine is a first for us. We number our beers at beerbliotek.com

#299 Bockstreet’s Bock, Alright!

Maibock

Brewing über traditional beer styles is tricky. This series is about meeting the demands of the craft we love whilst letting the beer do the singing. Everything’s alright at beerbliotek.com

#298 Even more of exactly the same

Double IPA

Each day brings us the challenge and opportunity to brew something new, and yet, somehow, something exactly the same. We have Even more of exactly the same at beerbliotek.com

#297 Crossing the streams in the dark

Black IPA

Our brewers really enjoy brewing new beers, or playing with variations in a style. In this case they’re not going with the flow, but crossing the stream to pay homage to the forgotten Black IPA. Cross the stream over to beerbliotek.com

#296 Mild mannered

English Mild Ale

This beer has been put together by our production team, for our production team. A beer for their enjoyment, and subsequently, for yours too. We’re somewhat mild mannered at beerbliotek.com

#295 I never agreed to date you without a beard

New England IPA

We agreed that we'd save the rainforests, that we'd save the whales, even save the world. But we never agreed you could shave the beard. Get yourself over to beerbliotek.com

#293 The trash-filled streets made me wish we were headed home

Brown Ale

Naming Brown Ales isn’t easy. Too tempting to use puns. But in the end the words aren’t important. So ignore the trash and head on home. No trash at beerbliotek.com