Apatxe

APATXE means “the enemy”. It's a deep amber beer characterised by an intense citric aroma, with orange peel hints. Initial sweetness on mouth that precedes a pleasant bitterness enhancing this beer’s clean and fresh ending.


APA (American Pale Ale) is an American interpretation of the classic English pale ale style. Characterized by fruity, flowery and/or citrus aromas, depending on the variety of American hops used.
Medium to high bitterness, mild body and medium maltiness that may include a slight caramel touch.

American Pale Ale

Hofn

“Port’ in Icelandic. HÖFN is a dark, tanned head and low carbonation beer. Roasty and malty aromas that are replicated on the flavour side, together with chocolate hints. Medium body and light bitterness that balances the mouthfeel.

PORTER style was created in London in the XVII century as a blend of brown, pale and stale ales. It was named after the porters that used to work in the port and markets in London, as this beer style was very popular among them. Dark brown coloured beer characterised by medium maltiness, chocolate, caramel and toffee aromas with restrained bitterness.

Porter

Nao

Our tribute to this vessel, very frequently used by the basque whale hunters in their sea journeys across the world. NAO is a golden beer with a white and compact head. Characterised by a light body, malty and herbal hints and fruity aroma. Slightly bitter and balanced end final taste.

PALE ALE style is based on the traditional English ALE. The English hops bring herbal hints and medium bitterness. Malty and sweet components with medium body and aromas. Fruitiness given by English yeasts.

Pale Ale

Django

In honour of the great jazz musician Django Reinhart. Born in Belgium, Django was a groundbreaking nomad who influenced American jazz music during the 30’s and 40’s decades with his gipsy touch. As exotic as our Blanche beer! Django R. is a pale beer with white head. Intense fruity and spicy bouquet. Very refreshing, lasting and light bodied.

The monks in the Brabante area introduced Blanche style in Belgium around 1500. They used to brew it using local ingredients. This style’s name comes after its whitish colour, due given by the un-malted cereals. Wheat, orange and other spices give blanche beers a fruity, sweet and spicy character.

Blanche

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