What is El Dorado IPA?

Developed in 2008 by CLS Farms of the beautiful Moxee Valley of Washington State, El Dorado was released to the public in 2010 and quickly drew fanfare for its ability to impart beers with pungent notes of tropical fruit with hints of watermelon and stone fruit.

What is a Norwegian Pale Ale?

Brewed using a new-to-us yeast strain that has recently emerged from relative obscurity, this Norwegian pale ale is light, refreshing, and unique. Kveik are a rustic family of yeasts hailing from Norway, used traditionally in farmhouse style ales and passed down from generation to generation.

What type of ale is Spitfire?

A golden ale with vibrant fruity and flowery hop character balanced with sweet biscuit, caramel and toffee malts combining to deliver a soft bittersweet finish. Hops: Challenger, Centennial and Saaz.

What hop is similar to El Dorado?

Experienced brewers have chosen the following hops as substitutions of El Dorado: Citra. Nelson Sauvin. Rakau.

What does El Dorado hops taste like?

El Dorado® is an exceptional new dual-purpose hop with both high Alpha Acid and intense flavors and aromas. As a bittering hop, El Dorado® lends a firm but balanced bitterness. When used in later additions, El Dorado® brings bright tropical fruit flavors and aromas of pineapple, pear, watermelon, and stone fruit.

What is the most popular beer in Norway?

Ringnes is originally from Oslo, and is brewed by Ringnes Bryggeri in Oslo. It is Norway’s most sold beer brand. It is owned by the Danish brewery Carlsberg.

What beer do they drink in Norway?

Beer production in Norway dates back more than 1,000 years. Popular Norwegian beers include Pilsner, a pale golden lager with a distinct hop flavor; Bayer, a dark malt lager with a sweet flavor; and stronger lagers such as Juleol and Bokko.

Is Spitfire A bitter?

Softly bitter with a deep fruity tang, this classic well-rounded Kentish Ale ornaments mellow malt with with a trio of aromatic english hop varieties all sprung from the garden of England.