Beer "Guinness" Draught (with nitrogen capsule), in can, 440 ml
- Fermentation type:
- Strength: 4.1%
- Volume: 440 ml
Beer dark ruby color.
Beer taste is smooth, creamy, with hints of roasted barley, cocoa, coffee, smoke, charcoal, dry chocolate aftertaste.
The aroma of beer reveals notes of roasted malt, cream, chocolate, nuances of peat, nuts and hops.
Beer goes well with meat, grilled, smoked meat, barbecue, Latin American meals, chocolate.
"Guinness" Draught - classic dark Irish dry stout, the legendary beer, created from roasted malt, caramel malt, roasted barley and hops. These ingredients give the beer a dark brown color, "burnt" and smoky notes, as well as shades of coffee on the palate. Interestingly, the term "Stout", which first had to "the proud, the brave", and since the XIV century - "strong", was first used to refer to beer in 1820 was by Guinness.
In 1988 he began pouring Guinness "Guinness" Draft in tin cans with a special nitric capsule (usually in the form of a plastic ball valve), which allows you to do a carbonated beer, but when filled with glass to create a rich foamy head. When you open cans capsule is activated and releases nitrogen into the beer.
Future creator of the great beer "Guinness" - Arthur Guinness was born in 1825 in Selbridzhe (county Kildare, Ireland). His godfather was the Archbishop Rev Arthur Price. In 1752, Archbishop godson left a legacy of £ 100, which really helped Arthur three years to start a business, creating a brewery in Leixlip County Kildare, just 17 miles from Dublin. In 1759 Arthur Guinness signed a document on the 9000-year lease an abandoned brewery in St. James Gate in Dublin. It cost £ 100 Arthur and the annual rent of 45 pounds. Brewery covers four hectares of land on which the copper boilers, mill, two malt houses, stables for 12 horses and a loft with 200 tons of hay. Arthur begins to produce porter and ale. The first export beer "Guinness" in England took place in 1769. By the end of the XVIII century brewery greatly expanded and modernized. Due to the overwhelming popularity of porter and stout, Guinness Arthur decides to make only those varieties, the last time in 1799, releasing Dublin ale.
In 1803 Arthur Guinness dies, his work continues to son - Arthur Guinness II. As early as the 1824 Guinness beer becomes world famous in 1834 as the beer is produced in barrels and in glass bottles. In 1850, the company is headed by the grandson of the first Guinness - Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness, a member of parliament from Dublin Lord Mayor of Dublin. And Benjamin, and in subsequent generations plant expanding, introducing new recipes, conducted scientific work on the basis of the brewery. In 1886, Guinness became the first major brewery, which was included in the list of public companies on the London Stock Exchange.
Now Guinness - is the largest brewery in the world with an annual production capacity of 1.2 million. Barrels has plants in 25 countries and exported to 150 countries. "Guinness" - one of the best-selling beverages in the world, in 2001 the world has sold 2 billion pints of "Guinness" and more than 1 million pints of beer were sold in the UK. Since 1997, the brand "Guinness" belongs to the largest beverage companies in the field of Diageo.