Beer "Canterbury Jack", 500 ml
Beer amber-orange color.
Taste of beer invigorating, refreshing, spicy, smooth, with intriguing hints of lime marmalade on toast, lychee, lemongrass, brown sugar, grapefruit, mild hop bitterness and nuances of honey. Bitterish aftertaste filled with notes of roasted malt.
Through refreshing citrus hop notes that dominate the flavor of beer, slip floral and warm malt nuances.
Beer goes well with Indian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern cuisine, cheeses, fish, seafood and chicken.
Beer "Canterbury Jack" got its name from the nickname worked during fairs on the cathedral square in Kent artisans (tinkers, shoemakers, coppersmiths), who were notorious throughout the county for their fraudulent tricks. This light, refreshing ale, created in a modern style, brewed by hand from a mixture of two malts (Pale and Crystal) and aromatic hop varieties Cascade and East Kent Goldings, which are grown only a few miles from the brewery.
One of the oldest breweries in the UK - Shepherd Neame - was founded in 1698. It is interesting that even in those years for beer production facilities used artesian water, which in our time. During its existence, the brewery has not changed owners, for more than 300 years of being in possession of united families and Shepherd Neame. In 2006, the brewery received a Queen's Award for Sustainable Development and was named "Best British family business." In addition to the brewery sector owns more than 350 pubs.
Sheped Niamey is the first British "green" brewery that cares about the environment and uses natural, organic, local ingredients.