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RE-IMAGINED // PATRONS PROJECTS 31.01 // SMUG // THE PILGRIMAGE // ALCOHOL-FREE //TIPA

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To give those taking part in Dry January the chance to still drink quality beers, we’ve re-imagined one of our best ever beers as an 0.5%-er. The Pilgrimage was the first beer in SMUG’s Patrons Projects series. 

Now, The Pilgrimage has returned. We’ve aimed to deliver the same juicy flavours of citrus, tangerine and tropical juice as the original brew, but without the booze. 

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We love to set Brian and our brewer’s a challenge! But what’s brewing without a challenge?

Dry Jan doesn’t need to be dull. For those cutting down on the booze this month we’ve re-imagined one of our best ever beers as an 0.5%-er. The Pilgrimage was the first beer in SMUG’s Patrons Projects series.

Aiming to deliver the same juicy flavours of citrus, tangerine and tropical juice as the original brew, but without the booze, it’s a mission we’re excited about delivering.

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0.5% ABV // 10 EBC // 20 IBU // 1.028 OG // 440ML

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

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SERIES 31 // SMUG

ORIGINALLY FROM AUSTRALIA, SMUG HAS CALLED SCOTLAND HOME FOR ALMOST 20 YEARS.

An internationally renowned artist known for his realistic large-scale mural installations, Smug takes inspiration from people and nature, exploring the harmony in the relationship between the two. With his trademark understanding of light and shadow, Smug’s painting can often juxtapose themes together such as death, playfulness, melancholy and unadulterated joy. While his technique stays true to his foundation with traditional graffiti, Smug’s murals can be seen as “stylized realism” with hyper realistic elements achieved freehand, primarily with spray paint.