New on Lambic taps!
We conducted another seasonal update of the Lambic beer atlas.
A light, refreshing Bavarian hel Bayreuther Hell was returned to the tap from the tap.
They also delivered a special version of O'Hara's Irish Red Irish Ale with an avalanche effect.
And if there is an ideal dark beer, then Adriaen Brouwer can safely claim this title, whose name bears the name of a famous Flemish artist.
As for the bottle card, we have already started preparing for spring and therefore expanded the range of ciders: Norman ciders De La Brique, Bretons Val de Rance are already available in all restaurants.
The De La Brique Bakery is located on the picturesque Cotentin Peninsula in Normandy. The artisanal production has been in existence since 1953 and belongs to one family, who still use the old traditional methods of making cider.
Val de Rance. is one of the most important cooperatives whose goal is to maximize the production of organic ciders. They are very careful with the surrounding nature and also apply organic processing of their orchards.
And also there was an interesting grape ale from the Crimean brewery Anchor — Anchor Cabernet Sauvignon. Brewers have applied a complex technology of carbonic maceration in the preparation of grape must, which gave our ale not only a deep color, but also a fullness of taste and «wine» astringency. After a long (more than 3 months!) The Belgian method of fermentation in a bottle was used to mature beer in a tank.
Learn more about new products on tap:
O'Hara's Irish Red is a traditional Irish red ale brewed according to a special recipe based on the heritage and traditions of Irish beer production, made from natural ingredients. Once this ale was called «Moling's Red Ale», but now it bears the surname of the founders of the Carlow — O'Hara brewery.
Bayreuther Hell is a light, refreshing Bavarian hel with a rich taste, aroma and a subtle hop bitterness. The beer is brewed in a family-owned Bavarian brewery using the best malt varieties and aromatic hops.
Adriaen Brouwer is a beer named after the famous artist Adrian Brouwer, who was born in Oudenard (the town where the Roman brewery stands) in 1605. The beer itself is dark, but without the inherent strength of many dowels. Malt plays the main part in the taste, but there is no special sweetness or caramel.
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