Rogan Dva Khmelya

Rogan (Sun-InBev)
Brewed at Yantar Brewery (Ukraine) (Sun-InBev)
Kharkiv, Ukraine
5% Pale Lager | 9 Ratings |
«Two Hops» is distinguished by deep, balanced flavor, soft and bitter aftertaste and special pleasant aroma. This intoxicating drink will appeal to young and active people who like to discover new tastes. The distinctive feature of this beer is a unique recipe based on combining two imported aroma hops – «Goldings» and «Nugget». Beer connoisseurs know that it is exactly hop that gives that unique taste to different types of beer, because it contains ingredients that give beer slight bitterness and a particular flavor.

The maximum depth of taste is achieved using «Goldings» hops at the initial stage of the brewing. Thanks to «Goldings», beer is full of pleasant bitterness and notes of cardamom. At the final stage of preparation beer is infused with noble aroma hops «Nugget», which gives the soft shades in the aftertaste and perfects the aroma of «Two Hops».

Thus, the use of two noble hops gives a new beer a unique combination of deep balanced taste and soft bitterness. «Two Hops» sheds a new light on the rich taste of traditional beer. 12°

Note: Brewed at the Mykolaiv plant.

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