Double NEIPA


We brewed this beer with high hopes, then we canned it.

€ 5.50
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Beer Specs


ABV is an abbreviation for “alcohol by volume,” or “alcohol content by volume. Made even easier: alcohol percentage!


IBU stands for International Bitterness Units.
5 – 20 = Little bitterness
20 – 30 = Slightly bitter
30 – 45 = Bitter
> 45 = Very bitter


EBC, or European Brewery Convention in full, is the measure of beer color
6-9 Pale / Light Pale
9-12 Blonde / Yellow
12-20 Gold
20-30 Amber
30-45 Copper
45-75 Dark Copper / Brown
75-120 ery dark brown (translucent)
>120 Black (not translucent)


Malt is the base of every beer. Malt is grain that has been germinated and then dried. We use many different types of malt to give body, color and flavor to the beer.

Low Color Pale, Flaked Barley, Cara60 & Flaked Oats

Aaahhh… hops. We love them! Hops are flowers used primarily as a bittering, flavouring, and stability agent in beer. In our beers most hops add floral and fruity flavours and aromas.

Amarillo & Chinook

Cubic Centimetre. So how big is the packaging?

Beer Specs

We brewed this beer with high hopes, then we canned it. And sure our Sick Boy is double trouble, but it definitely won’t drag you down socially, sexually or intellectually. Quite the opposite, in fact – it’s a big beer for people looking for life’s big answers. So choose happiness. Choose fun. Choose Amarillo and Chinook. Choose birdwatching. Choose life! Just a very honest, strait-laced NEIPA that lacks nothing in moral fiber.

Choose a supermarket. Choose a big brewery. Choose one that is on sale. Choose a dusty bottle. Choose apps, free glasses, masses, the same thing you always drink. But why would I want to do a thing like that? I chose not to choose something that I already know. And the reasons? There are no reasons. Who needs reasons when you got Fresh and Fast?

Being delayed a week, the Birdwatching Double NEIPA has woken up from its fermentation trip at Brewer Superior’s house and is roaming the streets, looking to steal your attention and tasting buds for his next hit. With your first sip you will taste soft citrusy tones and yellow fruits such as apricots and peaches. But do not worry. The first sip is free.

Food Pairing

Fancy a bite? With a Double NEIPA you got a lot on your plate, so you gotta have a dish that is up for the task. Make some nice Mexican fajitas to balance out the fattiness of the dish and highlight the bitterness of the beer.

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