GNP

TRIPEL ALPINE SPICES
Sipping beer, Belgian style. For those in the beer search character and depth.

Producted since 11/2010

WHY GNP?

Gnp refers to the use of the alpine herb artemisia Genipi usually known for the use in the liquer called Genepì.

 

STYLE

This beer was inspired by Belgian Tripel, but modified with the addition of alpine spices

 

INGREDIENTS

  • Malts: pale Italian malt. Other sugar sources: white candy sugar.
  • Hops: German bittering hop, aroma hops from Great Britain and Slovenia.
  • Spices: artemisia Génépy grown in Valle d’Aosta.
  • Yeast: top-fermenting (saccharomyces cerevisiae).

 

ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Serving temperatue: 10 – 12 °C
  • Alc/vol 8,0%
  • 18,5°P
  • 37 IBU
ColorGold
NoseYellow fruits, Génépy
MouthHoney, Génépy
Bitterness
Sweetness
Alcoholic gradation: 8,0%