A Danish & American collaboration brew today. I am certain that after one of these bottles, the fascinating snippet of history on the label would have been completely unreadable, there should be a warning; ‘Read before you Drink’.
Brewed in Piracicaba, Dama Reserva 6 is a Strong Dark Beer in the Belgian style. They also brew Reserva 5, 7 and 8. All 10.5% but different styles. Reserva 8 is a Russian Imperial Stout and I want one. What an effective marketing idea.
You will need help with today’s posting, not for the beer, which as you can see is a Smoked Chili IPA with the correct spelling of Chili, or it’s name, which may indicate what heat to expect. It is from the Bakunin Brewery in St Petersburg.
This will probably be the clincher for a few of you; Bogota: not the first city that springs to mind when thinking about beer and label design. Particular congratulations to Charlie for seeing this year’s theme quite early. Quite fitting that someone mainly here for the beer, rather than the labels should be the first.
We have obtained a number of the labels pictured here, and we are pleased to be able to offer both of them as a gift, initially to members of the Society. If you are not a member of the Society, there will need to be a delay because we are committed to offering to members first. Or you could ask to join the Society. A trial membership costs just £3 until the end of March and would entitle you to participate in Society activities, meetings and label auctions, as well as being able to snap up these labels immediately.
Just reply to us in the box below