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Big Drops Pale Ale, but with an extra Citra hop twist! This Special Edition brew from the award-winning Big Drop Brewing Co contains four hop varieties and not only brings the usual large fruit juice aromas of lime and grapefruit, but with an extra dash of bright orange, mango and lychee to give a smoother after-taste.

4.0

Alcohol-Free Hazy Pale Ale hopped with Citra, El Dorado, and Simcoe. Holier than thou.

4.0

Extreme juiciness bursts through the subtle caramel base with blasts of passion fruit, stone fruit, and citrus, capped with a sessionably bitter finish

3.8

A brigade of speciality malts and North American hops sends bitterness to the brink and back

3.8

Perfect balance of flavour, bitterness and drinkability, this special double dry hopped IPA has been treated to twice the amount of hops, giving you an extra punch of the juicy hop flavours and aromas we love so much

3.8

A postmodern classic, reinvented. Juicy tropical fruit mixes it up with grassy and pine notes for a beer that’s all flavour, no alcohol

3.5

This is what happens when you slice PINEAPPLES, squeeze MANGOS, crush PEACHES and pummel PASSIONFRUIT into a Non-Alc IPA

3.5

An extremely drinkable, light, citrusy, alcohol-free pale ale with an intense tropical fruit aroma, followed by a crisp, refreshing bitterness which doesn’t linger

3.5

Brulo's first step into the dark side but still bringing the lashings of juicy hops you love so much. A blend of 6 grains and loaded with a dry hop duo of Simcoe and Columbus

3.5

Simcoe hops are a hop variety that can be used to add a unique and complex flavor and aroma to non-alcoholic beers. They were first released in 2000 and have since become a popular choice among craft brewers for their distinctive character.

When used in non-alcoholic beers, Simcoe hops can add a strong and complex flavour with notes of pine, citrus, and earthy undertones, as well as a subtle fruitiness. They have a moderate to high level of bitterness, which makes them a good choice for non-alcoholic beers that aim for a hoppy and flavorful character. Simcoe hops are particularly suited for beer styles that require a complex and intense profile, such as IPAs, pale ales, and stouts. They are also known for their versatility, as they can be used for both bittering and aroma purposes.

Overall, Simcoe hops can be a great option for non-alcoholic beer makers who want to add a unique and complex flavour to their products.