Victory Art Brew Anniversary Ale

Formerly brewed at Victory Art Brew
Ivanteevka, Russia
11% American Strong Ale | 7 Ratings | 130 IBU |
Встречайте наш эль, приуроченный к первой годовщине варки на собственном оборудовании. Это наша интерпретация стиля American Barley Wine - крепкий, очень плотный и сильноохмеленный эль. В отличие от стандартных представлений о барливайнах, где пиво, как правило, имеет насыщенный янтарный или медный цвет, мы сделали это пиво очень светлым, используя лишь пэйл и пшеничный солод. В процессе приготовления, пиво охмелялось несколько раз, на этапе варки и несколько раз на этапе брожения. За счет этого, пиво получилось достаточно горьким и ароматным, что весьма интересно компенсирует остаточную сладость и тело.
Наше пиво напоминает десертное вино, поэтому мы рекомендуем подавать его в конце трапезы под десерты или просто насладиться бокальчиком в конце тяжелого дня.

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