Three Little Fonzies
Pulp Fiction… what a film, I mean, what a film. It won Tarantino his first Oscar, his first BAFTA and his first Golden Globe amongst others. More importantly though, it’s been the inspiration behind the names of a series of Siren beers celebrating Smoothie IPAs.
Unofficial named the “Fruit Pulp Fiction” series, we’ve seen a number of different beers:
Comfortable Silence: Fruit Smoothie with peach, apricot & cherry
I Love You Honey Bunny: Honey Smoothie using 200kg of pure blossom honey.
And of course Ten Dollar Shake: Another Fruit Smoothie IPA packed with mango, papaya and passionfruit, which is available on keg and bottle at the moment.
Let us know if you can identify the scenes in which those names are inspired by!
Next in the series is Three Little Fonzies, and what’s Fonzie like? Cool.
Yep, this is a seriously cool beer folks. Well, it is if you like Peaches and Cream with a cheery on top. Ten Dollar Shake contains the most fruit we’ve ever put into a beer…. Until now. The fruit in TLF (it’s all about acronyms) has been hyped up again and it is loaded with peach juice, making it hazy and fruity with bags of “keeps drawing you back in” flavour. We use lactose to create a creamy mouthfeel with a sweet smoothness which perfectly balances the all star line up of hops, Ekuanot, Centennial, Mosaic and of course, Simcoe.
If you’ve enjoyed our “Suspended in…” series, or any of the aforementioned Pulp Fiction inspired beers then this is one not to miss out on. If you’ve never tried one of our Smoothie IPA’s then now’s your chance. Grab a bottle and come experience a whole new world of cool.
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