Beer Brakspear, Bitter, 500 ml
Reviews of purchase Brakspear, Bitter, 500 ml
Beer amber color with golden reflections.
Surprisingly sophisticated and attractive taste of beer has a mild carbonization, excellent balance, iris and hints of caramel, floral notes of hops and malt bread nuances.
Discreet but pleasant, complex and very fresh flavor of beer is filled with tones of floral hops, soft notes of ripe apple, nuts and malt.
Beer perfectly with products such as fish and chips, mature cheeses. In the pubs of England also served with Ploughman's lunch - a cold appetizer of cheese, chutney and bread dish can also include boiled eggs, ham and pickled onions.
"I am very pleased that the complex flavors that are the hallmark of" Brakspear "Bitter, so well preserved in a bottle. When I want to drink a refreshing drink at home, this really hits the spot!" - Says the company's head brewer Bitter Brekspir.
Fragrant, perfectly balanced Brekspir, Bitter is made from three malts (Crystal, Chocolate and Maris pale), providing a stable beverage, rich base. Hops two grades (Fuggles and Styrians) is added three times during producing bitter to best disclose fragrance ingredients. Thanks to the two fermentations "Double Drop", which is used in brewing, a very aromatic bitters with a rich bouquet and complex, harmonious taste.
Brakspear brewery history can be divided into two parts. The first part of the story began in 1711 when William Brekspir bought a small brewery in the town of Henley. In 1812, the factory moved to the other side of the Thames, on New Street and is valid until 2002, when the owners of the plant - WH Brakspear & Sons Ltd - sell the license to manufacture and sell beer Brakspear.
Here begins the second part of the history of the brand Brekspir. In order to keep the brand and make great beer, the owners of the famous British brewery Wychwood invested 1 million. pounds in the reconstruction of the Wychwood Brewery, to locate there Brekspir brewery. Assigned to the area it was found a unique equipment owned brewery Brakspear, including the original copper cube, working with 1779, and the famous double fermentation system "Double Drop", which is used by only a few breweries in the UK.
Today, the plant produced three beers - "Oxford Gold", Bitter and Triple, enjoying great popularity both at home and abroad.