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Pulfer Nuff Hop’d DIPA 0.5l

Pulfer Dipa 0.5l
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$6.0740,80 HRK

Pulfer is a small local craft brewery from Zagreb, Croatia, founded by four local patriots and beer enthusiasts. The name ‘Pulfer’ originates from the bumper of Zagreb’s trams where rebels and beatniks used to ride for free. Rooted deep in Zagreb’s heritage with wide range of styles and trends this small brewery is no longer a newcomer but a regular player on the Croatian craft beer scene.

Beer notes

Brewery PULFER Brewery
Region Croatia
Style NEDIPA
Category Craft Beer
Bottle size 0.5 L
Alcohol 8 %
  • Herbs
  • Minerality
  • Flowery
  • Malty

This second hazy IPA in the “Triple threesome IPA series” by Pulfer Brewery is Double New England IPA. “Triple threesome” is a new project that pushes the limits on the hop amount in beer! It is all about hops and silky texture in your mouth. Pulfer will present three hazy IPAs, use three varieties of hops per beer, and three different yeasts – Triple threesome includes hazy IPA, Double IPA, and Triple IPA! NUFF HOP’D is the showcase of African Queen, Rakau, and Citra hops! Lalbrew New England yeast gave even more fruity aromas to ’nuff’ hoppy profile. Apricot, peaches, tropical, citrusy, overall juicy, silky texture with ’nuff’ bitterness.

  • Roasted meat
  • Salads
  • Spicy food
  • Red meat

Pulfer is a small local craft brewery from Zagreb, Croatia, founded by four local patriots and beer enthusiasts. The name ‘Pulfer’ originates from the bumper of Zagreb’s trams where rebels and beatniks used to ride for free. Rooted deep in Zagreb’s heritage with wide range of styles and trends this small brewery is no longer a newcomer but a regular player on the Croatian craft beer scene.

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