Angelos Ferous is the brewers and co-owner of Mykonos Brewery. He chose six beers that he would like to have in his fridge if it wasn’t full of the beers that he makes. The influence from his days in Great Britain and Argentina are obvious. An enthusiastic twenty eight year old young man like Angelos couldn’t be interested in tasting continuously new flavors which can also be a challenge for brewing his own beers.
Until now it is my favorite Dark IPA from my beloved brewery of the United Kingdom. Its deep dimensions with aromas of dark fruits like plums and berries are a great match with the chocolate aroma of the roasted malt. A nuclear botanical bitterness follows, as it is a real IPA. It concludes with salted caramel notes. This beer is my favorite “child” of Beavertown, a brewery which has proven the last years that they can create amazing beers with a great artwork and enclose in a can this triumph. When I hold a canned beer of Beavertown, I have mixed feelings. I am happy because in few minutes I will taste a “jewel” that will make me travel but on the other hand, I realize that a percentage of Greek consumers will characterize this piece of art as industrial and cheap because the “artist” decided to use a tin can. I hope that all of us that we are part of the brewing industry in Greece to finally manage to change some of these stereotypes.
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