For the past decade, New England IPAs have been satisfying craft enthusiasts across the globe, and while PL may be a little late to the party, they are confident this’ll make up for it…
Their NEIPA showcases American hop varieties Mosaic, Simcoe, Amarillo and Idaho-7. In keeping with style, the bitterness is low, and a triple dry-hop ratchets up the fruit factor. Like, to eleven. It pours sunny yellow, with a characteristic haze. Aromas of pineapple, peach and sweet raspberry waft from the collar, which settles cloudy and white. Expect a pillowy mouthfeel and an array of tropical fruits once gulped. DDDH CRYO NEIPA. Better Late.
Adelaide deserves to be famous for more than churches and an iced coffee fetish. Sunshine, great food, better wine and famous festivals; it was the obvious choice for Pirate Life. Adelaide might have funny tasting water, but that doesn’t stop them from making a darn good brew.
DID YOU KNOW?
Pirate Life choose cans over bottle because:
1. Cans no longer have that metallic taste, thanks to internal coating. Think of it as a mini keg.
2. Cans are more portable and durable.
3. They take far less energy to recycle than bottles.
4. They chill faster!