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Naparbier

  • Browar Stu Mostów / Naparbier-ART.+17 Pink Guava Sour Saison | Ale, Saison

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    Browar Stu Mostów, Naparbier ART.+17 Pink Guava Sour Saison  5.9%

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  • Naparbier-The Crimson Bird Raspberries | Ale, Saison

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    Naparbier The Crimson Bird Raspberries  6.1%

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  • Naparbier-Sunset  | Ale, Session IPA

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    Naparbier Sunset   4.2%

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  • Naparbier / Beerbliotek-Stop Me If You Think You Heard This One Before | Ale, India Pale Ale - IPA

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    Naparbier, Beerbliotek Stop Me If You Think You Heard This One Before  7%

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    Naparbier Pumpkin Tzar   11.6%

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    Naparbier Oneka   6.1%

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    Naparbier, Brew & Roll Obsequium   10%

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    Naparbier Milky Brain   7.1%

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    Naparbier Kong   7%

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    Naparbier Jail Break   7%

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    Naparbier, La Quince Hamabost   9%

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    Naparbier Capicúa II   5.4%

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    Naparbier Aotearoa   5.4%

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    Naparbier Alien Klaw   6.8%

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    Naparbier Achtung!   6.7%

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History of Naparbier

Naparbier is a Spanish brewery founded in 2009 in Navarra, Spain by Juan Rodríguez, Josu Tañine, Txerra Aiastui and José Javier Rodríguez. After being affected by a downsizing plan in their previous company that made them lose their jobs, they founded a cooperative and started brewing. Both Juan and Josu became homebrewers after travelling to Germany to visit a relative and being impressed by the variety of beers. They started brewing, and then contacted with a German homebrewer, Alex Schmid, who help them improve their processes. Its name comes from a mixture of the Basque word for Navarra—Napar—and the german word for beer—bier. They are acknowledged as one of the top Spanish craft brewers, and they have doing collabs with top international brewers as Nøgne Ø, Mikkeller or To Øl. They also have a brewpub in the heart of Barcelona, the NaparBCN