With the Common Guitarfish we were aiming for a delicious easy drinking IPA - something stronger than a session beer, but not a full blown West Coast IPA. We ended up with a super drinkable brew that’s strong enough to take the edge off after a stressful day at work, and at the same time doesn’t make your head spin if you decide to smash a few of them. Strata, Mosaic and a pinch of Chinook hops give this beer a refreshing tropical and citrus kick. We kept the malt bill simple, to let the hops shine and give the beer a clean and crisp finish. A no-brainer choice for the sunny days - Cheers!
The extinction of any species is an irreversible loss. With every extincted animal we lose the biological richness and the balance of the ecosystem on the planet Earth. Humans could be next. We need to act now!
The common guitarfish species once occurred in shallow waters throughout the Mediterranean Sea and eastern Atlantic Ocean, from France to Angola. It no longer occurs in many areas of the Mediterranean, and it is rare in West Africa. The main threats to the common guitarfish are commercial fishing to supply the shark fin trade and subsistence fishing to supply meat to growing coastal populations.