Mateo & Bernabé has a line of beers they branded "Parking Beers". Now I've had the reason for the brand explained to me a couple times, but it gets lost in translation - like a play on words or something. Nevertheless, it's where they do their experimental and small batch beers. They can move the popular ones into permanent production. My last two collaborations with them are now Parking Beers.
• Parking Beer C Pelícano, is the White IPA. By my calculations this should be a big 7.1% ABV, hoppy 42 IBU, American styled White IPA. I'm actually scaling this one down and brewing it on the pilot system this weekend.
• Parking Beer C Murciélago, is the Double IPA. This is an American west coast styled DIPA approachig 10% ABV, and 100 IBUs. This is a very aggressive beer for the Spanish Market, but I think it will be a real eye opener for many hop fans in Spain.
These first batches are slated for European distribution only. We may see some imported to the USA if they catch a wave of popularity and sell well in Spain. Let's hope they do.