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Yellow is a color that is often used as a warning because of its high luminosity. Safety vests are bright yellow, so are road signs, sulfur is yellow and some fairly poisonous frogs in the rainforest use the same color to warn their enemies. However, there is also a whole lot of joyful yellow stuff: sunflowers, mangoes, honey, canaries, cheese and a very tasty Espiga beer.
The Double India Pale Ale from Spain warns with the name Yellow Hazard, but on closer inspection it does not turn out to be a danger. On the contrary, the hopped delicacy is so tasty that you can hardly stay away from it. Yellow Hazard delivers a punchy 8.5% ABV and borrows its crisp 60 bitterness units from the Amarillo hop variety used at various stages of the brewing process. In the course of dry hopping, the brewers perfect the citrus-fresh character and the spicy herbal notes of Amarillo and make the creamy beer a real treat.
Yellow Hazard presents itself in a richly cloudy honey yellow in the glass and is adorned with a small head of foam. Scent and taste are dominated by a bouquet of tropical fruits, tangy citrus fruit, delicate herbs and a stately bitterness. A hint of roasted malt and hints of caramel complete the harmonious taste profile.
Water, barley malt, wheat flakes, oat flakes, hops & yeast