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Three Buddies Full Nelson – Nelson Sauvin Hazy IPA

Three Buddies Full Nelson – Nelson Sauvin Hazy IPA


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Full Nelson was literally “packed” with Nelson Sauvin hops, which we love. We spared it neither hot nor cold, bitterness or aroma. From the glass you will burst well-known aromas of white wine, gooseberry pulp, tropical fruits, but also undergrowth and resin. It is a combination so assertive and characteristic that it almost divides the audience according to a sharp dividing line: “I love / I hate it”. Hops, which hit the brewhouses and tanks of craft breweries in 2000. it is cultivated in the province of Nelson on Tasman Bay in New Zealand. Its name is derived from combining the name of the place where it grows with the Sauvignon Blanc grape variety, with whose aroma it is commonly associated.

Nelson Sauvin is great in beers with high juiciness and roundness derived from oatmeal and wheat, so we did not regret them either!

First brewing: August 2021

Water, wheat malt, wheat flakes, oatmeal, hops, yeast.

Container Vol.

Bottle 500ml



Original Gravity

16.5 BLG


Hazy IPA




CTZ, Galaxy, Nelson Sauvin

EAN 5904252699126

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Our approach is very simple. This is how we started and this is how we will always brew. Beer is always in the first place for us - it must be of the highest quality. Brewed without haste, carefully thought out and refined. Without any flaws. Exactly what we would like to drink ourselves. Our ambition is to boast world-class beer. How do we do it? First of all, we use the best quality ingredients - excellent malt, super aromatic and maximum fresh hops from the USA, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. Our yeast gets perfect conditions for a healthy, turbulent and clean fermentation, and the immaculately clean and devoid of oxygen-killing bottling completes the work. Simple, right?