Lager – one of the most refreshing beer styles out there. At Beer Studio we wanted to take things a step further, adding freshly grated lime zest to a modern mix of juicy citrusy US hops to give this lager its ultra-exhilarating edge. Easy on the eye and the ABV. With food or without. It doesn’t really matter. Because any time is #limetime.
“…en riktigt fin modern lager från Umeå. Den här borde norrlänningarna dela med sig av – beställ!” – Aftonbladet
Columbus, Mosaic, Citra
Pilsner, Munich II, Melanoiden
'Limelight' by Rush
Loop’s tangy citrus tones work brilliantly with Mexican dishes, herbed chicken, seafood (particularly battered fish) and hot dogs!
We’ve been monkeying around with the eye-catching New England IPA style to create this smooth drinking APA (American Pale Ale) that’s low on bitterness and high on hop juice and fruity aroma. Brewed with flaked barley for a ‘craft cloudy’ look and smoother mouthfeel.
American Pale Ale (APA)
Extra Pale Maris Otter, Carahell, Flaked Barley
‘Hey Hey We’re The Monkees’ by The Monkees
Monkey Mountain delivers the kind of big citrus aroma and hop juice flavour of an IPA but without the stinging bitterness. So it pairs well with grilled and roasted meats, sharp cheeses like aged English Cheddar and can handle the zing of guacamole!
This beer is a replay of the classic German Helles (also known as Hells) style of lager, where a subtle layer of bready malt is balanced against a gentle addition of fruity European hops. Smooth, clean and classic. Enjoy Replay on its own, with friends and with a wide variety of food such as fish, chicken, pork and root vegetables.
German Helles (Hells) Lager
Northern Brewer, Hallertau Blanc, Nelson Sauvin
Pilsner, Munich I, Melanoidin, Acidulated
'Replay' by Zendaya
It would probably be easier to list the dishes Replay doesn't go well with! Its light, bready malt character and refined hop profile means it's a superb all-rounder, pairing perfectly with everything from pizzas and chicken salads to shellfish and Thai noodles. Or why take Replay back to its German roots and try it together with sausages and Bratwurst or pork schnitzel!
Equalizer IPA has got a score to settle with boring beer! Packed with hops and attitude this US-style IPA is a throwback to the days IPAs didn’t all look like fruit juice. But that doesn’t mean it’s not packing some serious fire power, and at 6.5% ABV it’s certainly a beer to be reckoned with!
Chinook, Simcoe, Cascade and Citra
'Vengence' by Zack Hemsey (Official soundtrack of 'The Equalizer' movie starring Denzil Washington).
Equalizer's amplified hop aroma and bitterness really turn up the volume on flavours. With so much intensity it's best to pair this IPA with dishes that can go toe-to-toe with it, such as Indian curries, Mexican burritos or thick steaks flashed on the BBQ. Thinking cheese? Safe bets are a sharp Cheddar or Parmegiano Reggiano, but if you want to take a risk try Equalizer together with a light and funky blue cheese!
In this hop-centric world we live in we wanted to create a beer where malts dominate for a change. This rich brown ale is packed with satisfying aromas of milk chocolate, caramel and coffee. A small addition of US hops are added late for a subtle layer of citrus and grapefruit.
Northern Brewer, Amarillo
Pilsner, Maris Otter, Caramunich II, Munich II, Carafa I
'I Am The Walrus' by the Beatles (the ultimate B-Side single to ‘Hello Goodbye’ released in 1967)
It could be said the ‘B’ in our B-Side Brown Ale stands for balance! Chocolate, nuts, toast and toffee flavours play off perfectly against each other and can be paired with rich, ‘comfort’ foods like roast pork, smoked sausage and grilled salmon. And don’t forget nut and fruit-based desserts!
We’ve been monkeying around with the eye-catching New England IPA style to create this smooth drinking folköl version of our popular APA (American Pale Ale) that’s low on alcohol and bitterness and high on hop juice and fruity aroma. Brewed with flaked barley for a ‘craft cloudy’ look and smoother mouthfeel.
Folköl (low alcohol)
Extra Pale Maris Otter, Carahell, Carapils, Flaked Barley
Shake Your Monkey – Black Eyed Peas (2005)
This cheeky monkey loves playing with food! Let it loose on juicy homemade burgers, cheesy pizzas and fish and chips!
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