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42.01 BILLELIS // DUSKS DELIGHT // DDH IPA

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The first in a new Patrons Project series, number 42, with 3D illustrator and animation director, Billelis. 

A DDH IPA made with Great Notion brewing of Portland, Oregon, one of the United States’ most exciting breweries known for their hazy IPAs, and culinary-inspired sours and stouts.  

This DDH IPA showcases hops from Portland suppliers Indie Hops and Crosby Hops, one of which may well be new to many, Luminosa. Luminosa is straight out of Indie Hops’ breeding programme and brings bags of flavour, with notes like peach-mango lemonade, candied orange, boysenberry, papaya and guava. 

This is then backed up by another breeding programme success, Strata. This should give the beer that satisfying dank pine taste as well as hints of passionfruit.  

We also used Idaho 7 in CGX form for the first time, Crosby’s new super-concentrated cryogenic lupulin pellets, leading to juicy tropical and stone fruit aromas, supported by sticky pine notes. 

7% ABV // 440ml

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It is here; the first beer in an epic new Patrons Project series with @Billelis. This is Dusk’s Delight.

This is a Patrons Project we’ve been dying to get over the line, and we’re stoked that the first beer is finally here in Billy’s series.

We always want our beers to be the best they can be. We believe this one will go down as one of our very best… ever.

We’ve been excited about this one for ages and wanted to get the best of the best to collaborate on it. And so, Great Notion, one of the best breweries in the US, from Portland, Oregon, are proudly involved here. Great Notion are known for their hazy IPAs and culinary-inspired stouts and sours; sound familiar?



This DDH IPA showcases hops from Portland suppliers Indie Hops and Crosby Hops, one of which may well be new to many, Luminosa. Luminosa is straight out of Indie Hops’ breeding programme and brings bags of flavour, with notes like peach-mango lemonade, candied orange, boysenberry, papaya and guava.

This is then backed up by another breeding programme success, Strata. This should give the beer that satisfying dank pine taste as well as hints of passionfruit. We also used Idaho 7 in CGX form for the first time, Crosby’s new super-concentrated cryogenic lupulin pellets, leading to juicy tropical and stone fruit aromas, supported by sticky pine notes.

Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis is a 3D Illustrator and Animation Director living in Scotland. Billelis is an artistic alias originating from his younger years of graffitiing and wall tagging as a teen.

He now spends countless hours experimenting, learning and expanding his artistic skillset to create a personal style that can be best described as a dark, yet elegant, and romantic fusion. He has a keen eye for intricate detail, as well as bold, contrasting colours and his work has often been described as hyperreal.

Equipped with an overactive imagination, his sketchbook and a perpetual artistic hunger, Billelis aims to be a distinct source of creativity. He enjoys collaborating with a wide range of clients and has worked with brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola, Peugeot, Red Bull and several global music clients, to name but a few. We are stoked to have Billelis as our newest Patron.

We wanted this one to be right up there with our best beers, not just of 2023, but ever. We think you’ll be Delighted with it.

Brew Sheet

7% ABV // 10 EBC // 20 IBU // 1.070 OG // 440ML

INGREDIENTS:Malted BARLEY (GLUTEN), WHEAT (GLUTEN), OATS (GLUTEN), Hops, Yeast

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42.01 // BILLELIS

Billelis is a Digital Artist creatively addicted to dark imagery and adorned artistry. Currently based in the city of Edinburgh, he spends countless hours experimenting, learning and expanding his artistic skill set to create a personal style that can be best described as a dark, yet elegant, romantic fusion.