The name Vals Nat (“False Wet” in Dutch) is a wordplay on cycling term ‘vals plat’ (‘fake flat’), which refers to the optical illusion of slight sloping roads. ‘Nat’ is another word for beer in Dutch. And the wordplay doesn’t end there, as their new IPA beer is called EPO, the infamous doping often used in professional cycling. For this EPO beer, and another beer released this summer, Val Nat designed a special type of carrier packaging. The 4-pack has a convenient handgrip, but even more clever is the way the packaging can ‘hang’ over a bicycle rod. So from now on you can drop by the local beer shop on your bike, and head straight for the park, picknick or barbecue.