Cumulus Lupulus Cloudy IPA from Eight Degrees BrewingThis hazy beer oozes with tropical juicy sweetness. Oats and wheat, along with truckloads of hops, add a smooth, subtle mouthfeel.

Championed in Vermont, New England, this cloudy IPA style is taking hop enthusiasts to another dimension. Bursting with hop aroma from heavy hitters like Citra, Mosaic, Amarillo and Mandarina Bavaria this ale is bound to pack a punch. It’s tropical fruit juice – with added benefits.

Drink it fresh and enjoy the summer haze…

Short description: cloudy IPA – juicy – luscious tropical fruit

Style: Cloudy IPA / NEIPA
Hop: Citra, Mosaic, Amarillo and Mandarina Bavaria.
Malt: two-row Irish malt, oats, wheat.
Strength: 7.2% ABV
Bitterness: 70.2 IBUs

Tasting notes
Colour/appearance: this is an unfiltered beer which is noticeably hazy. It has a dark golden hue with a pillowy white head.
Aroma: sweet with passionfruit and honeydew melon on the nose. A little tart lime to follow.
Flavour: sweet and light at the start, hop-forward and juicy but not bitter. Packed with luscious tropical fruit – honeydew melon and passionfruit.
Aftertaste: A pillowy soft mouthfeel with a delicate tartness in the finish.

Food pairings
Smooth and subtle, this beer has the all tropical fruit flavours that will work wonderfully with pokē, the Hawaiian raw fish salad or go retro and pair it with a classic prawn cocktail. It’s also good to complement the flavours in a pina colada cheesecake and a pineapple upsidedown cake. One of our brewers also suggested heading to the pick and mix bar for some fruit salad penny sweets and a bag of marshmallows – we’ll leave that up to you!

Launch Date: May 2017.
Serving temperature: 8 degrees Celsius
Availability: Bottles and draught (30L and 50L kegs)
Get social: #CumulusLupulusIPA

3 Comments
  1. Beautifully drinkable! Would drink it all day and night! Another beauty to add to the collection!

  2. really really a good beer- just got it on trial at Borough in Battersea.
    very into it!

  3. Lovely to hear, Max!

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