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New England IPA with Lemons

Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

Museum piece

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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.

Pilsner, Wheat and 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.

Chinook, Equanot, Mosaic

Cubic Centimetre. So how big is the packaging?

Beer Specs

We’ve send over a dozen emails to think of an idea what to brew. Yes IPA, no IPA? But in the end we love IPA and so do our friends from Denmark. A full day of peeling lemons and drinking lemon radlers while eating lemon drops the beer is on its way! A 6,2% New England’s haze bomb with lemon. Yes. A sh*tload of lemons! lemons in the mash, lemons in the boil, lemon in the whirlpool and lemon in the dryhop. Double dyhopped with equanot and mosaic. Thats how we roll! Easy peasy lemon squeezy!

Slightly sour and very brilliant! This is a New England IPA. But what exactly is a New England IPA. Well, just like this beer, a New England IPA is a hazy IPA. The Easy peasy lemon squeezy is a great example of a New England IPA. A creamy flavor where the hops enhance a fruity and smooth taste. Order your Easy peasy lemon squeezy today and experience the goodness of a New England IPA!