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A Note on This Beer
Stockholm’s Omnipollo named today’s Nebuchadnezzar IPA after a Babylonion king, and I gotta say, it rules just as hard. Maybe harder.
Let’s take a look at the evidence:
Nebuchadnezzar the IPA was named Best Beer in Sweden two years in a row, and it’s on The Huffington Post’s list of 30 IPAs You Need to Drink Before You Die.
So when you do get your hands on it, you might feel a little like royalty yourself. And when your buddies try it, they’ll offer to feed you grapes and fan you with palm fronds for another sip!
Nebuchadnezzar the King may have ruled Babylon for over 4 decades, but as far as I can tell he never won a single beer award. Advantage Omnipollo.
Beer - 1, King - 0.
Omnipollo loaded today’s ultra-dank IPA with ludicrous quantities of Centennial, Columbus, and Simcoe Hops for huge flavors of pithy grapefruit, dank papaya, piney resin, and a whopping 100 IBUs.
Your hop-crazed buddies won’t believe a Euro beer could be this dank! Until they try it...
Nebuchadnezzar the King had access to the epic Hanging Gardens of Babylon, but I can find no record of him even growing hops! Beer wins again.
Beer - 2, King - 0.
Nebuchadnezzar the IPA comes with a delightfully bold 8.5% ABV to keep you and your pals nice and relaxed while you crank some tunes and fire up the grill. That is, if you’re feeling generous enough to share.
The Babylonians did brew beer, but according to historians it probably topped out at less than half that ABV! Another point for today’s IPA.
Beer - 3, King - 0.
There you have it! Scientific proof that Omnipollo’s Nebuchadnezzar IPA is better than ancient royalty! If you want to grab a taste to see for yourself, act fast. This regal sipper won’t last long.
Rated 4.16 on Tavour; 4.12 on BeerAdvocate
Packaged On May 7th, 2019