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Nova Runda Calamary Afterparty 0.5l

Nova Runda Calamari Afterparty 0.5l
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4.45 €33,99 HRK

Nova Runda (Another Round in English) is a project of two friends, two homebrewers who wanted to shake a boring Croatian beer market. Their single vision was to brew fresh beers, beers oriented on hops which shaped their #FeelTheHops brewing philosophy. They started as a Gypsy brewer, traveling from one facility to another until they finally settled in 2019 at their own brewery.

Beer notes

Brewery Nova Runda brewery
Region Croatia
Style New England IPA
Category Craft Beer
Bottle size 0.5 L
  • Fruity
  • Tropical fruit
  • Pineapple
  • Hoppy

If you’re having a conversation about the Polish beer scene, Nova Runda brewery must not be excluded – Browar Stu Mostów. The crowd from the Polish city of Wrocław is one of the most active participants of the Polish modern brewing scene. This collaboration represents the joint effort of two modern breweries, that’s why this beer is made in New England IPA style. 3 hops were used that give a strong pineapple aroma, and the beer is beautifully balanced with a combo of oats and pils malt.

  • Red meat
  • Game meat
  • Roasted meat
  • Spicy food

Nova Runda (Another Round in English) is a project of two friends, two homebrewers who wanted to shake a boring Croatian beer market. Their single vision was to brew fresh beers, beers oriented on hops which shaped their #FeelTheHops brewing philosophy. They started as a Gypsy brewer, traveling from one facility to another until they finally settled in 2019 at their own brewery.

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