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Liripip

Table Beer + Mixed Fermentation + Dry-Hopped

Liripip is the very first table beer we have made!

At just 2.7% Liripip has all of the body of a higher ABV beer thanks to our mixed fermentation techniques and a dry-hop which gives an unexpected punch to the table beer style.

Available in 330ml can

  • 330 ML
  • 2.7% ABV
  • 12 IBU
  • 6 PLATO
  • Liripip
  • Liripip
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About

Liripip is the very first table beer we have made!

At just 2.7% Liripip has all of the body of a higher ABV beer thanks to our mixed fermentation techniques and a dry-hop which gives an unexpected punch to the table beer style.

Ingredients

Malt

Vienna Malt, Wheat, Amber, Crystal Light, Dextrin Malt

Hops

Simcoe & Mosaic

Yeast

House Saison Blend

Allergens

Malted barley (gluten), wheat (gluten)

Experience

Appearance

Pale Yellow

Aroma

Tropical pineapple hops, Light saison notes

Flavours

Refreshingly light, Malty

Finish

Lingering bitterness

Cellaring

Drink Fresh

Unique Aspect

Using the same saison and wine yeast blend as Murmur, Liripip has a full mouthfeel as a result of the mannoproteins produced by the wine yeasts. This helps to give more body and complexity to a lower ABV beer. We have also used new to us Simcoe and Mosaic hops.

The specific hops we have used are those that are leftover from the cryo-hop process - the leafiness that best resembles noble hops. These hops create a grassiness whilst still retaining their classic US fruitiness. Combined, this pairing of yeast and hops give for a characterful and tasty low ABV beer.

Food Pairings

The key to pairing Liripip with food is matching with intensities as it is quite delicate and may easily be overpowered by strong dishes. The crisp finish, complexities and tight carbonation give it the versatility to complement a large variety of plates.

A pan-fried sea bream would match beautifully with Liripip beautifully due to the light bitterness and bubbles that scrub away any oiliness and refreshes the palate.

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