An IPA that’s hopped like a Double, but light enough for a Session
Hazy yellow, fine white head
Herby, fruity, peach, tropical fruit, caramel
Mango, caramel, citrus, pineapple, peach, grapefruit
fresh & hoppy
With a label that’s a more colourful version of its monochrome big brother Nebuchadnezzar, Omnipollo's Arzachel is a session IPA that builds on a theme in more ways than one.
Pouring hazy yellow beneath a fine white head, this beer is something of an enigma. At 3.5%, it’s light enough to qualify as a Session beer, but hopped like a Double IPA, giving bursts of classic hops scents such as peach, tropical fruits, caramel, mango and pine.
On the tongue, you’ll find soft, refreshing fruity notes with a pleasing bitterness that makes this a highly accomplished ensemble, thanks in no small part to its satin texture and light carbonation.