Beer Belhaven, "Twisted Thistle" IPA, 0.33 L
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- Volume: 0.33 L
Reviews of purchase Belhaven, "Twisted Thistle" IPA, 0.33 L
Beer golden-amber color.
Smooth, balanced taste of beer filled with soft hop bitterness and malt subtle shades. The finish is creamy, with hints of herbs and hops.
The aroma of beer is dominated by notes of hops, malt present shades, caramel, herbs, flowers and citrus.
Beer goes well with curries, Indian dishes, cheeses, shellfish, snacks.
Belhaven, "Twisted Thistle" IPA - India Pale Ale stunning (IPA), showing a high level of skill Brewers Belhavn. The recipe of this beer was developed in the XVIII century for export, mainly to supply the colonial troops in India. At the heart of the drink - Scottish top fermentation beer, which has a large number of hops in the composition than other ales. Hops are two varieties (Cascade and Challenger) gives the beer a rich, fresh aroma of hops and exploding after bitter dry taste that pierces balanced tones of hops, malt and spices.
Although the brewery, which in the future will be called Belhaven, existed in the eponymous village in the southern port of Scotland and in the XVI century, the official year of its creation in 1719 was listed second. That year John Johnstone acquired the plant and began to brew beer for commercial sale. After John's death in 1815 there was a merger of two families - Johnstone and Dudgeon. Over the next 150 years, the brewery produces a wide range of ales under the brand name "Dudgeon & Co".
In 1950, the brewery was coined for a distinctive trademark - Belhaven Bill - great fisherman fishing in ammunition against the backdrop of the harbor at Dunbar. By the way, the name of Belhaven translated as "beautiful harbor."
In 1972 the family sold the brewery, feeling competition from modern automated factories. Take ownership of a positive impact on the development of the brewery began twenty bright stage and a significant increase in Belhaven. In 2005, Belhaven was bought by "Greene King". Despite the years, Belhaven continues to produce all the same range of products - the highest quality ales, cooked according to old recipes.