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Craft beers tend to have evocative titles. Not only do they have creative, sometimes humorous or provocative names, their designations are often extensive. For example, Upper Middle Class Oblivion from Nøgne Ø: The Norwegian beer is a triple dry hopped New England Imperial India Pale Ale. After saying this description, you definitely need a good sip of the fruity, juicy and tasty beer!
The triple dry-hopped specialty is brewed with the hop varieties Enigma, Motueka and Wai-iti and, in addition to a full 12.0% alcohol content, also brings a crisp amount of 40 bitterness units to the table. Carrying a fleeting crown of lightly toned foam on the cloudy body, the shimmering coppery beer smells of sun-kissed oranges and peaches, spicy yeast, fresh pine resin and some alcohol. The initial taste is like a tropical feast and spoils the tongue with the juicy aromas of peach, apricot, lime and green grapes. The beer has a voluminous, full-bodied texture and warms body and soul with its taste and body. The strong 12.0% alcohol content is cleverly integrated into the taste profile. A dry and crispy bitter finish harmoniously rounds off the enjoyment of the beer.
Nøgne Øs Upper Middle Class Oblivion is an absolutely successful beer that should not be forgotten!
Water, barley malt, wheat, oats , hops & yeast