Victory Art Brew Sokrovishche Enyi Epidemiya

Brewed by Victory Art Brew
Ivanteevka, Russia
4% American Pale Ale | 10 Ratings |
"Сокровище Энии Эпидемия"
Пиво было сварено совместно с популярной рок-группой "Эпидемия". Это эль, точнее Pale Ale, но так как хмель мы взяли японский - то наверное это Japaneese Pale Ale. Конечно, по стилистике это American Pale Ale, так как японский хмель Sorachi Ace все же ближе к новым американским хмелям, нежели к английской классике. Хмель достаточно интересный, необычный и редко у нас используемый. Это пиво сварено в идеологии Single Hop - то есть один сорт хмеля использован на все этапы: начало кипячения, в процессе кипячения, в конце кипячения и в середине брожения (сухое охмеление). Эта идеология позволяет полностью понять суть данного сорта хмеля, так как он формирует и аромат, и вкус и послевкусие.
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