We believe that brewing is about more than great beer. It's about the people and sharing the good times. We draw inspration from our travels, the people we've met, the food we've shared and the beers we've enjoyed. We bring all of this into how we brew. Unflinchingly challenging brewing conventions and pushing the boundries. Our new look is equally bold - it's the story of every independent craft brewer who's dreamed of making their own beers and not working for the men in suits. It’s a celebration of everyone who is creating their own path and a shout out to those who still dream of breaking free.
SP:Zero is an illustrator and street artist based in Bristol. His work includes live drawing, magazine art, computer games and his own comic book called 'After the Robot Apocalypse'. He's most well known for his large scale murals. For our new Uprising cans, he's drawn on inspiration from the world of movies to create some epic designs.
You can follow SP:Zero on Instagram @after_the_robot_apocalypse and @spzero76
Lead Hop: Simcoe
TREASON was the start of the Uprising. It was the first Uprising beer to win gold and it's gone on to win 7 more. Smashing this many hops into one brew is treason to some, but it's liquid gold to us.
A bold, uncompromising beer, packed with hops at 4 different stages in the brewing process. Imperial and Munich malts give the beer enough body to try and tame the hop aromas jumping out of the glass. A classic West Coast IPA boasting intense pine and solid bitterness with residual sweetness and citrus aromas. TREASON is a firm favourite and has won an amazing 8 gold medals in national and international competitions.
SHOUT is another break out beer. It's brewed with six of the loudest new world hops. You won't look back.
Those 6 loudest new world hops give a face-full of zesty, juicy fruit bowl aromas - there's banana, white grape, pineapple & grapefruit over a solid biscuity malt base. Session strength at 4.2% and brewed to be easy drinking with a light body and dry finish.
Lead Hop: Bravo
to be continued...