Beer "3 Horses" Malta, 330 ml
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- Strength: 0.0%
- Volume: 330 ml
Beer light brown.
Taste of beer malt, sweet, with a pleasant creamy notes of yeast and aftertaste.
The aroma is dominated by malt beer shades.
Beer can be used as a standalone drink throughout the day, great as a digestif.
"3 Horses" Malta - non-alcoholic malt beer with an energetic sweet taste, rich in vitamin B complex beer made from barley malt 4 varieties, one of which - caramel flavoring drink sweet and juicy creamy notes. As with any drink from malt beer "3 Horses" Malta has a valuable dietary quality - the presence of antioxidants that protect the body against some types of cancer and cardiovascular disease, cataracts, arthritis, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease. Ingredients: water, malt, maltose, fructose syrup, sweetener E950, vitamins B1, B2, PP. Beer is suitable for people of all ages, athletes, children and pregnant women.
Dutch city of Breda known craft brewing for a long time. In 1538, the city built the first brewery. By the middle of the XX century, a number of factories had been closed, but preserved recipes and products they have become quite popular beer brands. In 1968, as a united export department of the two, at that time still operating breweries - Oranjeboom from Rotterdam and Drie Hoefijzers of Breda - the company was founded United Dutch Breweries.
Today it is an independent company that produces on its own modern brewery and presents at national and international markets are some of the most respected brands of Dutch beer heritage. Among them - "Breda Beer", "3 Horses", "Oranjeboom" and "Royal Dutch Posthorn". During operation, the company United Dutch Breweries also creates and uses its own network of high-tech breweries in Europe.
United Dutch Breweries produces almost all beers (including non-alcoholic non-alcoholic lager and dark malt), as well as energy drinks. At one time the company was part of the holding company Anheuser-Busch InBev, but today - an independent Dutch manufacturer, based in the city of Breda.