Bright and juicy sweet but crisp, filled with orange and lemon flavors and aroma. It’s a Citra bomb that will satisfy any hop head. The alcohol warmth is surprisingly mild for the 13.5% abv. "This beer tastes like I'm not going to work tomorrow" - Anonymous
Named for a 12th century Benedictine Abbess who was a philosopher, visionary, healer, writer and composer. She is credited with popularizing the use of hops as a preservative in beer. In a way she is the mother of IPA. She is also considered one of the earliest feminists, she used her position as a mystic to further and enhance the position of women.
A full stomach is recommended.