Pirate Life Port Lager, 355ml Can, ABV 4.5%
A super clear and bright yellow lager with a tight, fluffy white head that leaves pretty lacing all down the glass. It’s kept simple and clean, combining the sweetness of the Vienna and Pilsner malt with herbaceous, earthy and spicy flavours from the Spalt and Perle hops, finishing super dry and encouraging the drinker to return for more of its thirst quenching goodness.
Pirate Life Mosaic IPA, 355ml Can, ABV 7%
A kaleidoscopic journey through tropical flavours. Somehow, Mosaic finds a way to impart every delicious flavour you ask of hops, all on its own. Backed by a clean, light malt bill it’s the beer equivalent of a fruit punch juice box. The Mosaic IPA is quite light on malt profile, allowing the hop to shine, there’s a “super late” hop addition mainly into the whirlpool, making it a lot juicier and leaving only a mild bitterness.
Pirate Life IPL, 500ml Can, ABV 6%
This 6% brute combines ingredients and brewing techniques from two traditional styles, resulting in a sensory experience that has all the bases covered. Hop varietals Mosaic, Strata and Enigma provide a dank and fruity punch, while Alchemy II wine yeast combines with a classic lager strain to get the job done. Once poured, tropical fruit and sticky resin pair with a range of distinctive esters. It’s a little lighter on the palate than a typical IPA, showing bright carbonation and a clean, dry finish. Nicely integrated bitterness, hints of gooseberry and guava. IPL? Hell yep.
Pirate Life IPA, 355ml Can, ABV 6.8%
Sitting nicely between their Pale Ale and IIPA at 6.8% ABV the IPA has a gentle orange hue and a round, full bodied malt character care of Pale Malt, Munich and Crystal. With their Pale Ale and IIPA having withdrawn most of their funds from the dank bank they thought it was time to make a beer that brought something a little different to the table. Chock full of Centennial, Riwaka and Simcoe this IPA is bright, fruity and full of liquid fun.
Pirate Life Pale Ale, 355ml Can, ABV 5.4%
The brief Pirate Life gave themselves for their flagship beer was that it should be able to be sent to any bar in San Diego and to stand proudly alongside the many great Pales produced in, and around, the west coast of the US. The schematic for a West Coast Pale Ale is bucket loads of big US hops, full malty backbone and a characterful yeast. That is what this Pale Ale is all about.