Longwood Brewery – Conjunction DIPA


Longwood Brewery – Conjunction DIPA Review

What is a conjunction? In the fantasy world created by Polish author Andrezej Sapwoski for his Witcher series (and later depicted in the video games and the Netflix show) the Conjunction of the Spheres was a cataclysm that happened in the distant past. It caused beings from different worlds to be trapped in the same dimension. This would eventually give rise to the monster-hunting Witchers, such as the main protagonist Geralt of Rivia.

Can you make a beer out of a conjunction? If it’s a conjunction of six different hops, including Cashmere, Chinook, El Dorado, Simcoe, Mosaic, and Zamba, then Longwood Brewery says yes, you can.

Conjunction DIPA pours copper with a big, tan, tight bubbled head that lingers well. The big aroma is of peach, pine, and stewed oranges with hints of pineapple, grass, and spice. It is creamy textured with a full body and high carbonation. Orange is prominent in the flavour with notes of fuzzy peach, pine, and a moderate alcohol bite. Bitterness is definitely present but balanced by the sweetness and alcohol. There is also enough malt flavour to balance such a hoppy beer. Conjunction finishes long and mildly bitter with a note of marmalade.

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About This Beverage

  • Colour: Copper
  • Head Size & Retention: Above average head/retention
  • Carbonation: Bubbly/Lively
  • Clarity: Hazy
  • Balance: Very Hoppy
  • Drinkability: Goes Down Slower
  • Enjoyment: I would recommend this beer to a friend
  • Malt Characteristics: Biscuity/Bready, Juicy Malt
  • Hop Characteristics: Citrusy, Piney or Woody, Grass, Leaves or Hay, Spicy
  • Palate: Full Bodied, Peppery/Highly Alcoholic


This Witcher themed DIPA from Longwood is a conjunction of big hops, high alcohol with noticeable bitterness and malts.

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