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Good Karma Tantra – Non Alcoholic IPA

We are thrilled to introduce Tantra, a British Hopped IPA that highlights the exceptional flavors of the United Kingdom’s finest domestically produced ingredients. Crafted using two captivating British hops, Olicana® and Jester®, this harmonious hop blend brings forth delightful tropical fruit flavors and aromas. With a rich heritage in hop cultivation and barley malting, the UK offers an outstanding variety of fragrant hops with hints of tangerine, citrus, marmalade, spice, and floral nuances.

At Favorable Karma Beer Co., they take pride in utilizing 100% British-grown components in their core selection, including Tantra. By endorsing local farmers and reducing their food transportation distance, they contribute to a more sustainable and environmentally aware brewing process.

Their dedication to sustainability is further showcased by their decision to employ British hops, known for their innate resistance to disease and minimal environmental impact. With low irrigation requirements, these hops rank among the most environmentally sustainable in the world.

In line with their principles, Favorable Karma Beer Co. also endeavors to utilize natural ingredients whenever feasible. Tantra represents more than just a delightful British Hopped IPA; it symbolizes their unwavering commitment to excellence, sustainability, and local flavors. Embrace the rich tradition of British brewing with a revitalizing glass of Tantra, available at Dry Drinker.

Tasting notes

Tantra, the British Hopped IPA, presents a delightful sensory expedition for discerning beer aficionados. Upon the initial sip, you will encounter a harmonious fusion of tangerine and citrus notes, which gracefully dance on the palate alongside a hint of marmalade. Complementing these fruity flavors is a subtle yet satisfying interplay of spice and floral undertones that contribute depth and intricacy to the overall taste experience.

As you continue to relish Tantra, you will discern the beer’s malt character, imparting a mild sweetness that balances the hoppy bitterness. This well-rounded profile epitomizes the centuries of barley malting expertise prevalent in the UK.

The finish is invigorating and crisp, leaving a lasting impression of the remarkable flavors offered by British-grown ingredients. With Tantra, available at Dry Drinker, you will revel in an authentic and unforgettable British Hopped IPA experience.

Favorable Karma Tantra – Non Alcoholic IPA
Nutritional Information per 100ml

Nutrient Amount
Energy (Kcal) Unknown
Ingredients:  Barley Malt, Wheat, Oats, Hops, Hop Extract, Potassium Sorbate

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About Good Karma

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Good Karma Beer Co. is a brewery that welcomes a cultural shift towards sustainability, diversity, and equality. Established in 2016, they took a brief break in 2018 before returning to brew beer styles they appreciate, appealing to a broad range of preferences. Their offerings include traditional Belgian and German classics, as well as styles that mirror their local roots.

The brewery focuses on crafting beers using traditional methods, without unnecessary processes or additives like lactose. This approach aligns with the growing trend of mindfulness, which encourages greater awareness of mental health, emotional wellbeing, and self-care.

Good Karma Beer Co. is part of this mindful movement, and they offer a range of 0.5% alcohol beers, with plans to expand into wellness drinks that promote positive vibes. They believe in the importance of being mindful of what we consume and how it affects our bodies. With recent advancements in the brewing sector, they can now produce better beers using traditional methods.

In addition to brewing great-tasting beers, Good Karma Beer Co. is committed to environmental responsibility. They strive to be sustainable in every aspect of their business and to make mindful decisions that benefit the planet. Their ethos is that everyone must contribute to making a positive impact, and they aptly call this “Good Karma”.