Hello everyone, Advocates. Today is a smart working day. Here it is 11:10 am, I thought it was the right time for a small refreshing break in the home tavern with a very pleasant: Tempest Brewing (SCO) + 2 Crows Brewing Co. (Nova Scotia - CAN) - DAWSONS KVIEK - Dry Hopped Norwegian Farmhouse Pale (5,3%) KVIEK Norwegian farmhouse yeast is used and dry hopped with CHINOOK, NELSON SAUVIN and CITRA hops. Tropical fruit on the nose. From abundant but soft and evanescent hair. It goes away by itself after a while, remaining only in a superficial state. Cloudy and opaque yellow color, certainly due to the KVIEK Norwegian farmhouse yeast. In the mouth, the body is quite flat and of medium consistency. The flavors of tropical fruit stand out (Nelson SAUVIN) among which I distinguish above all pineapple, papaya and mango. Passion fruit too. Dry and bitter "summer" finish, slightly herbaceous and resinous note (Chinook), not astringent but which makes the beer dry and refreshing. Probably the yeast contributes to this "tropicality" of the beer which is really pleasant to the taste and with a dry finish that makes it appreciate the previous fruity without making it cheeky, but facilitating its drinking and inviting to a subsequent sip. I liked it very much, especially suitable as a body and taste path for the summer period, the "game" of the name of the beer is also nice, but more generally the great work of the two breweries for the final product. Sláinte ! Cheers !