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Schoppe Bräu XPA - Kreuzberg Pale Ale

3,50 (€10,61 per l) + 0,08€ Bottle deposit
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Content: 0,33l
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lots of fruit, fine acidity, strong bitterness, notes of toffee, pine resin, lemon peel, orange, grapefruit and tropical fruit.
Bitterwert (IBU) 70
Herkunft Berlin, Germany
Alkoholgehalt 7% vol.

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A true original with a Berlin style and a hop clap.

XPA is Berlin's answer to IPA: The Kreuzberg Pale Ale boasts a variety of five different hop varieties and is in no way inferior to the American model. The top-fermented beer is considered a dignified classic in the constantly growing range of the Berlin brewery Schoppe and has been part of the ensemble from the very beginning.

XPA is brewed with five types of malt and has a hefty 7.0% alcohol content. The Berliner is also not restrained when it comes to bitter units. However, the taste is particularly powerful: layer after layer of heavenly hop richness is revealed.

The Berliner Pale Ale presents itself in a cloudy amber hue in the glass and wears a crown of fine-pored, white foam on its head. On the nose, XPA reveals a subtle balance of freshly baked bread, caramel malt, tropical fruitiness and resinous hops. A hint of citrus rounds out the olfactory first impression and makes you eager for the first sip. This reveals a medium body with fine acidity, clean bitterness and plenty of fruit. The hops are the undisputed king of this beer, ruling with powerful bitterness and aromas of spicy pine resin, tangy lemon zest, juicy orange, pink grapefruit and unripe tropical fruit. The malt smooths out the hop billows with creamy toffee notes. The finish is crisply bitter and just screams for another bottle.

Not an evergreen for nothing!

For those who still find the 70 IBU too little, the Holy Shit Ale or the Holy Shit Endboss Ale with 100 IBU each is the right choice - don't forget to sit down and buckle up!

Location: Berlin
Country: Germany
Fits: Fresh salad, Fried fish, Fruit muffins
Content: 0,33 Liter
Smell: Freshly baked bread, caramel malt, tropical fruitiness, resinous hops, citrus.
Manufacturer: Schoppe brew
Grain and malt varieties: Barley
Gravity: 17°P
Hops: Amarillo, Cascade, Chinook, Pearl, Simcoe
Color: Amber
Optimal drinking temperature: 6-9 °C
Ingredients: Water, barley malt, hops, yeast
Drink type: Beer
Food companies: Schoppe Bräu GmbH, In den Schifferbergen 14, 13505 Berlin, Germany

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