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Northern Monk Patrons Project 19.02 Pigsx7 Psychopomp Northern Monk
Style : IPA ABV : 7.0% Bottle Size : 440ml Can Initially, we struggled to get hold of the Pigsx7 guys at first when we were trying to find out what they wanted to brew for their second patrons beer. Turns out they were locked away in a deep, dark recording studio missing all the hot weather. One tropical fruit, vitamin-infused IPA coming right up.We started with a New England base of pale and pilsner barley malt combined with malted and flaked oats for the signature mouthfeel and haze, backing this up with some lactose and plenty of whirlpool Citra for good measure. Mid-fermentation, with our house IPA yeast, we started pumping in a metric ton of pureed tropical fruit mango, guava, pineapple and finally some mandarin. Just in case that wasnt enough revitalisation, we added some vitamin C directly to the mix. Not only a silky, juicy, tropical bomb of a beer but hopefully doing you some good too.
Northern Monk x Gamma Patrons Project 7.06 Humle Northern Monk
Style : DIPA ABV : 8.2% Bottle Size : 440ml Can We’ve admired the beers from Copenhagen based Gamma Brewing for a while. They’ve quietly gone about raising the bar in their home country so it was great to welcome them to Holbeck to put together this big double IPA. This beer is also our first time brewing with the US hop variety Idaho 7; a fairly new kid on the block with a growing reputation for its contribution to the IPA style. We’d heard that it practically drips with tropical and stone fruit flavour, backed up by plenty of pine, so we were excited to see what it would present when backed up with the trusted combination of Citra and Mosaic. The grist is packed with malted and flaked oats for a robust mouthfeel, plus some carapils to bring some unfermentable dextrins to the wort. We whirlpool hopped with Mosaic as it contributes more of a dank character alongside soft berry notes before fermenting with our IPA yeast of choice. Then a substantial 30g/l dry hop, led by Idaho 7, as 50% of the hop bill. Expect a resinous IPA packed with ripe mango, zesty citrus and a countering spike of dank pine.