SMaSH got its name from the English expression “single malt, single hop”. Hence, it is made of a single type of malt, in this case the Pearl, and of a single strain of hop, the Cascade, a high alpha-acid hop. The IPA designation, which usually announces an amber or red beer, offers here a blond and veiled beer with a pure ivory head. Its nose reveals sweet and honeyed malt aromas underlying a subtle bouquet of fruit and spice with a reminiscence of grapefruit. The malty but well-balanced palate perfectly combines the smoothness of the malt, the fruit and the lemony bitterness induced by a cold infusion process.