Easy Rider Bulldog Non-Alcoholic IPA
- 0.4 %
- 18 IBU
- 6.5 Plato
- UDF tuotenro
Amber-coloured beer, with a cloudy white foam head. Distinctive fruity hops aroma with hints of citrus, elderflower, lychee and passion fruit. Rounded, lightly malty body that is offset by a distinctive flavour of aromatic hops and bitterness followed by a malty sweet and fruity hops aftertaste. Hints of apricot jam, citrus peel, pineapple and herbs.
Citra, Galaxy, Pacific Jade
Wheat, Caramel, Bulldog Pale Ale
Easy Rider Bulldog Non-Alcoholic IPA is a pure tribute to non-alcoholic beer. A great taste experience that, once the bottle is drunk, allows you to jump on your bike and head off on the open road. Freedom in a bottle, so to speak. Easy Rider Bulldog Non-Alcoholic IPA is an unfiltered unleaded IPA, fine-tuned with wheat, caramel malt and Gotland Bryggeri’s homegrown Bulldog Pale Ale malt. To add a little horsepower, the hops mixture has been selected for a combination ofAmerican Citra, Australian Galaxy and New Zealand Pacific Jade.
In less than a year, Gotlands Bryggeri went from concept to producing its first beer. It was late one evening in September 1994 when Johan Spendrup received a call from his father, Jens. He wanted Johan to leave his job at a brewery in Norway and help with a new project.
“He told me that they wanted to build a brewery on Gotland, and in a hurry,” says Johan.
Gotlands Bryggeri was to be built from scratch and had to be ready by Midsummer the following year.
“I realised it was mission impossible, but I took it on nevertheless. In fact, by Midsummer’s Eve 1995 we were brewing our first beer on the scaffolding,” he says, laughing. The Wisby Klosteröl beer was born.
People, nature and flavour are the driving force and inspiration for Gotlands Bryggeri. The brewery’s beers are imbued with local traditions and craftsmanship. Every brew from Gotlands Bryggeri originates from the company’s address at Sankt Hansgatan 47, within the city wall of Visby. In a world that smells of malt and hops, some of Sweden’s most popular beers are created.