Buskers Dave

Buskers Beer
Brewed at Birra del Borgo (AB InBev)
Roma, Italy
6.4% Belgian Ale | 9 Ratings |
On September 5, 2011 was the date of the second officer Busker’s brew at Birra del Borgo. The recipe developed to create the fabulous Dave! Dave is an orange-colored beer, 6.4% of grades obtained by the combination of malts, and many hops, put in all brew steps! With this technique and the combination with a special yeast we got a special perfume at nose. Apricot, pineapple, mango coconut a final light on the palate: a basket of fruit! Elegant and balanced, never intrusive. All around, there is the hops! Slight bitterness that balances the fruit, a touch spicy and bitter give the final and complete Dave. As usual, for the label we rely on our trusted artist, Felideus, he has created for us, Dave. Il 5 Settembre 2011 è stata la data della seconda cotta ufficiale Buskers in quel di Borgorose, presso Birra del Borgo. La ricetta messa a punto per creare la favolosa Dave! Dave è una birra color arancio, di 6,4% gradi ottenuta dalla combinazione di diversi malti, e moltissimi luppoli, messi in TUTTE le fasi della cotta. Con questa tecnica e la combinazione con un lievito speciale abbiamo ottenuto un profumo Davestante. Albicocca, ananas, mango un finale leggero di cocco sul palato: un cesto di frutta praticamente. Raffinato ed equilibrato, mai invadente. A contorno di tutto c’è il luppolo! Amaro leggero che equilibra la frutta, dona un tocco speziato ed amaro sul finale e completa Dave. Bottiglie disponibili nei soliti posti da lunedì 24 Ottobre. Per quanto riguarda l’etichetta ci siamo affidati al nostro artista di fiducia, Felideus, che ha creato per noi Dave.

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