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Beer: Vixnu

A beer with high bitterness, that uses rapadura to get its balance.

Descrição:
Country of origin: Brazil
Alcohol Content: 9,5%
Style: Imperial IPA
Bitterness: 45 IBU

The name of the beer originates from the Hindu culture. Vixnu is the name of one of the principal Hindu divinity.

A beer that enhances the flavor and the hops’ aroma, using Dry Hopping with American hops.

Based on the established Indica beer, Colorado uses again rapadura for balance, generating a very interesting red color.

The result is a drink with pleasant lingering bitterness, ideal for those who like extreme beers.

A beer with high bitterness, that uses rapadura to get its balance.

Beers: Brazil

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