Blowing from a Gun-
10.5% DIPA w/ Indian Cane Sugar and Quintuple Dry Hopped w/ El Dorado, Calypso, Cashmere, Mosaic and Hull Melon hops
Based off Russian war artist Vasily Vereshchagin’s painting “Suppression of the Indian revolt” depicting the events that occurred during the Indian rebellion of 1857 against the extended rule of the British Crown. The original painting was allegedly bought by the British Crown where it has been assumed to have been destroyed.
“The prisoner is generally tied to a gun with the upper part of the small of his back resting against the muzzle. When the gun is fired, his head is seen to go straight up into the air some forty or fifty feet; the arms fly off right and left, high up — and fall at, perhaps a hundred yards distance; the legs drop to the ground beneath the muzzle of the gun; and the body is literally blown away altogether, not a vestige being seen.”
- George Carter Stent Show Less