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Born around 1835 in England with the purpose of being exported to India. To address the issues of transport, executed by sea, the beer was used in a higher amount of hops during all stages of production. This process gave the drink a characteristic presence of hops is particularly dominant .
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Color: dark amber
Taste: dry, bitter and lingering, with notes of pine and earth
Degree of alcohol: 6,0% alc.vol
Food pairings: indicated for ragout of venison or wild boar in salmì
Production: the use of malts-Pale and Cristal offers roundness in the mouth, in the boil are used English hops that give a bitterness accentuated and great aromatic quality to the beer. Yeast English are then used for fermentation, during which is added the additional hops, to cold to complete the sensory profile.
Conservation: keep at a temperature of fermentation (15°), the deadline is 18 months from the packaging date
|The cellar||BioNoc '|
|Region||Trentino Alto Adige|
|Raw Material||English hops|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||6.0|
|Pairings||Suitable for stews of game or jugged wild boar|