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So good that the devil’s cooperation cannot be ruled out.
It’s that time again: Sudden Death Brewing is launching a new series. The Bone Hand Series consists of a range of hop-filled beers in the style of the hop-crazy brewers. There are four beers so far: Get Ready to Stumble , Love it or Haze it , Survival of The Thickest and The Devil Made Me Brew it.
The latter is a double cold hopped IPA with a hefty 6.5% alcohol content and a lot of bitter units in the luggage. The brewers got everything out of the Ekuanot, Mosaic and Huell Melon hops and created a beer that is not only crunchy bitter but also fruity, herbal, hoppy and spicy. A devilishly good work of art.
The Devil Made Me Brew it flows into the glass in a naturally cloudy gold tone and forms a stately, white head. A powerful scent of juicy hops, fresh citrus and exotic fruit emerges from the fluffy foam. The rich fruit palette is complemented by spicy pine resin, notes of grass clippings and a touch of wood. The Devil Made Me Brew it tastes like a fruit basket of ripe, juicy fruit that has been refined with a good load of hops. The bitterness, which increases towards the finish, rounds off the fruity interplay of aromas and gives the beer additional character.
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, oat malt, hops, yeast