Our Ipa is not like the others. We have bedded our aromatic hops in classic pale ale malt but with a touch of caramel malt to round the intense aromatic flavour of our hops from the northern and southern hemispheres .We have used the sutble tropical fruit flavour of Australian hops to compliment the strong grapefruit flavour of classic American hops to produce a softer aromatic flavour and drinkability we think is a perfect marraige of hops and malts.
4,6 % vol
The literal translation is “four heads” (lau = four; buru = head). It is a very ancient symbol and represents the sun. A star in movement, in the shape of a propeller, with curvaceous forms. It is common throughout Europe and was passed from one people to another, although it is most usually associated with the Celts. It is a sign of good fortune and represents the sun seeing off the influence of evil; that is why there are many lauburus carved into the stone lintels on traditional Basque farmsteads.
We have adapted it to this propeller-shape, with many blades, in order to differentiate it from the most representative icon in Basque culture, which has only four blades. The red, toasted and brown tones are reminiscent of the tones of our beer, and they are also tones of fire frequently used in folk clothing and mythological representations.