“I’m a felon, a sly old dog, definitely a womanizer. I’ve always got away with it or so… but not when it comes to brigitte. she stole my heart! I drink my blonde ale while planning the greatest job ever.”
The german style blonde ale is appealing thanks to its simplicity and harmony.
I’m a crook specialist in jailbreaking and great escapes… watch your back! I got ripped off by my boss Napster, just after that robbery at the borgman bank. I sip my indian pale while harboring thoughts of revenge.
Indian Pale Ale style beer was first brewed in the 1700 to quench the thirst of british settlers living in India. British master brewers, knowing that the voyage to India could be tough on perishable beers, used to add extra doses of hops which act as a preservative. Ipa shows hoppy scents, grassy and fruity aromas.
“I’m a professional robber. I’m so into breaking open any kind of safe, but always caught red-handed… damn cops! I’m serving time, drinking my american pale ales while waiting for the “lifetime opportunity.”
American pale ale beer style was born in the 70s as alternative to mass produced beers traded by big american breweries. It can be considered craft beer made of local hops which sensory profile is characterized by citrus aromas.
“I’m a famous judge and art collector. I’m leading a rich and full life, even though i’m broke, but no one must know this! Between trials, I drink up my belgian strong ale.”
Abbey beer with a solid alcohol content and hints of fruit and spices. Inspired by the belgian strong ale style with an intense and meditative soul.
“I’m an unbribable and infallible cop, never messed up, never been fined… but I’m big on gaming gambling. I literally bet on anything. And now, bet you I’m going to drink a case of my special blanche!”
Blanche beer style was born in the late Middle Ages, in Belgium, where hop was not the main ingredient yet. Beers were flavored with a mixture of aromatic herbs and spices.
“We are jailers, one pessimist the other optimist, but fellas for life! We enjoy our belgian amber and: “move along the next inmate!”
Beer rich in barley malt and fruity flavors, layered, fulfilling beer and easy-drinking at the same time.