Evil Twin Bikini Beer ($6/9)
“This is a beer Jeppe had come up with at one point while he was working exceptionally long hours.” Langley explained, “It’s a low-alcohol beer. He was originally aiming for three percent, but the beer came out at 2.7%. He was in Denmark when he came up with the recipe and beer is taxed more above 2.7%, so he just left it alone. The idea is to have a nice, light sessionable beer that he could have during the day or with a meal, and not be weighed down, tired, or have it affect his ability to work.”
Omnipollo Nebuchadnezzar ($7/11)
This is an intense, dry-hopped Double IPA. Langley explained, “When you talk about things like dry-hopping, it’s great, but when you talk about the economy of scale and scaling up for mass production, you start to realize how much money you’re actually going to spend hopping stuff.” It’s crazy-aromatic, full of citrus and pine, with a pleasant bitter edge. “You can get this beer at some other places, I think, but we bought almost all of it," says Langley. "We’re really big fans.”
Beachwood BBQ Dubbel In Paradise ($5/8)
Gabriel Gordon runs Beachwood BBQ in Long Beach, California. This is his take on the Abbey Double Ale. It’s a smooth, rich brown ale with what Langley described as, “a chocolate covered banana affair.”
Evil Twin Even More Jesus ($7/11)
“Normally when you make beer, you boil the mash for an hour or an hour and a half," says Jarnit-Bjergsø. "This one is boiled for six. It’s kind of like making chicken stock—the longer you boil it, the more concentrated it becomes.” Even More Jesus is an Imperial stout with about 12% ABV. It’s a full-bodied beer: lush, dark, and smoky.