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Capitaine Simcoe

Type
Sour IPA
Format(s)
600 ML
Alcool
4.8%
Capitaine Simcoe

This beer underwent a special treatment from the beginning to the end: sour mashing process,moderate hopping during the boiling phase, followed by a fierce Simcoe attack. The result: A blond with greenish highlights featuring a powerful nose ofKey lime pie and fresh herb aromas. Its tart palate evokes flavours of lemon and passion fruit yogurt, all of which stretch out to a dry and exquisitely fruity finish.

Tasting
Creation
Appearance
Blond with greenish highlights
Aromas
Lemon-lime pie, fresh herbs
Taste
Sour, lemon flavoured yogurt and passion fruit
Final
Dry, acidulous and fruity
Food pairings
White fish, ceviche, goat cheese, dried meats
Operating temperature
4 to 6 ° C
Amertume (IBU)
18
Fermentation
High
Gasification
Forced
Houblon(s)
Simcoe
Malt(s)
Pearl Malt Thomas Facet
Creation date
3 August 2017
Did you know

True gateway to the world of sour beers, this SMaSH process (Single Malt and Single Hop) translates into a hybrid style: a sour IPA. This beer is largely inspired by the sour mash technique used for the Old World Berliner Weiss and the hopping process used for the New World IPAs. The Capitaine Simcoe stands at the helm in a perfect balance between lactic acids and bitterness.

͞Thus it is the part of a madman, in a calm sea to desire a storm with a head-wind; but that of a wise man, to withstand the storm as best he may””

Cicero
Who it is for

The intent behind each SMaSh is to help you discover the properties and characteristics of a specific hop strain, this one having the dual intent of paying tribute to American Romanticism. This version is designed for anyone drawn to the open sea, for whale hunters, and for the recreational boaters sailing around Melville Island.