Origin:  Brussels, Belgium
Style: Double White IPA
ABV: 7.1%
The first thing to note about this beer is the branding. All Brussels Beer Project's beers is that they all follow the same aesthetic - strong bold colours, a thick downward diagonal and a distinctive big, thick all caps sans serif. The whole layout looks really clean, fresh and dynamic. Not what you expect on a Belgian beer label and all the better for it.

A quick (crap) Italian Google translate of the name comes up with 'I disturb you' - a little blunt (thanks Google) but it is 7.1% whilst the blurb on the back states (untranslated in English):

"Tu mi turbi or an Italian lover lost in Brussels during a hot summer. Don't get too close. She's big time trouble.".

It's kind of nonsensical but charming in a way and not too overkill to put you off (as with the constant over-enthusiasm of Brewdog’s copy for example).

More importantly it's a great beer - big hoppy grapefruit taste and a lovely dark orange colour. Well worth stocking up on.
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A project by Richard Heap
A graphic designer from Stockport, England