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Death From Above

Beer #1260 is an indian pale ale brewed by Garage Project in Wellington, New Zealand.

A terrific and unusual ale from New Zealand, sweet, bitter and spicy. Combining mango, Vietnamese mint, lime and chili with Centennial, Amarillo and Citra hops, this is an intense beer!

The bottle size is 650ML with an alcohol content of 7.50% (containing approximately 3.80 AU / 4.90 UK standard drinks), and it cost me $23.99.

My Rating is 7.25/10 which means it’s a terrific beer.

7.25

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Brewer Notes:
This has been one of the most challenging Garage brews to date. At its heart was the idea of combining aggressive, high citrus character of American hops with the heat and sweetness of Indochine flavours. Have you ever tried a Vietnamese mango and chili salad? If you haven’t you should. It could be life changing. It’s an idea that has been rattling around the Garage consciousness for a while and the Great Australasian Beer Spectapular seemed like a fitting opportunity to give it an outing. It was always going to be a challenging brew to pull off – mango, chili, Vietnamese mint and lime juice aren’t exactly conventional ingredients. Don’t bother checking, they aren’t listed in the Reinheitsgebot. Add a lavish addition of Chinook, Centennial, Citra and Amarillo hops, a deadline launch for an international beer festival and take it straight to a 2000 litre batch without any chance for small scale testing and you get what could have been a recipe for spectacular, monumental disaster. The idea of trying to bring all these flavours together in a coherent way given the pressure of time and prospect of public humiliation was, frankly, shit scary.

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