The new batch of Lumen is hopped at a rate of 7 pounds per barrel using both traditional pellets and lupulin powder. We experimented with extended cold-conditioning time, producing a DDH beer that is unusually clean and crisp.
Perle ai Porci is a stout to which we add during the boil fresh oysters shell and all, and this year also Telline the Roman Coast Slow Food Presidium, to give a touch of Italian style! The result is' a beer soft and full, with a pleasant finish brackish molluscs and gave a fantastic foam cappucci...
We start with a smooth, dark, rich and roasty porter. Then we add a Columbian Cuca Cojibio Estate coffee from our local friends at Maps Coffee Roasters for an eye-opening marriage of our two very favorite brewed beverages
The thing about stouts made with additions of things like coffee is, while they taste “just like coffee,” they taste “just like coffee.” A well constructed stout is a study of potential flavors...
Medium body and bone dry. Strong ripe apple aromas and bright acidity balanced with soft tannin. It also has bright appearance as a result of the aging process and is completely unfiltered or clarified in anyway.