Blasta Brewing, a microbrewery in Western Australia, has launched a new double IPA inspired by what3words. It has worked in close collaboration with the San Diego-based brewery, Stone Brewing, which developed the world’s first what3words beer, and uses 3 word addresses to help visitors find its laid-back tap rooms across California, Berlin and Shanghai.

There’s a new what3words beer in town! Blasta Brewery has launched a new ale that brings together the best of Australiaand the USA’s West Coasts, delivering the distinctive ///List.Loud.React DOUBLE West Coast IPA.

Blasta Brewery worked in close collaboration with Stone Brewing, the guys behind the world’s first what3words beer, the Stone///Fear.Movie.Lions Double IPA.

The name ///List.Loud.React is inspired by the 3 word address which marks the exact 3m square where Blasta hosts live bands and DJ’s at its Microbrewery in Western Australia. Its creators promise this beer is sure to get the party started, presenting ‘music-in-the-mouth’ aromas of citrus, pine and tropical fruits complemented by a resinous firm bitterness.

Steve Russell, Managing Director of Blasta Brewing said, “what3words is the future. Three words to get a beer delivered to wherever you are, to tell your car to go to the pub, to meet your mates at a festival and, of course, to get the best beer on the planet.”