Beer "Newcastle" Brown Ale, 550 ml
- Minimum order is 24 pieces. Price is per piece
- Fermentation type:
- Strength: 4.7%
- Volume: 550 ml
Beer taste sweet, caramel, soft. For malt notes, shades of grass and light nutty and fruity nuances. The finish is dry, without bitterness.
The aroma of beer filled with notes of caramel, grass, straw, sweet malt, corn, roasted nuts, nuances of brown sugar.
Beer goes well with a variety of cheeses, pork, grilled meat, grilled salmon with potatoes and dill, smoked and grilled sausages.
"Newcastle" Brown Ale - English brown ale with a unique, mild, sweet taste. Feature ale "Newcastle" is a small amount of hops that ensures the absence of bitterness in the taste, and mix in the formulation of two seemingly incompatible types of malt - English pale and dark caramelized.
Beer produced since 1927, it was created brewer Jim Porter in Newcastle. One year later, the beer won a gold medal at the international exhibition "International Brewers' Exhibition" in London. The high popularity of beer in the world spodvigla creators from 80-ies of XX century to add to the label beer label "The One and Only", which can be translated as "One and only."
"Newcastle" Brown Ale for almost a hundred years is the most famous in the world of brown ale, ale №1 in the United States, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and, of course, at home, especially in the north-east of England. Colonel Jim Porter about three years developing the recipe for this beer, trying to find the optimal combination of full taste and drinkability. The uniqueness of ale was not only in its formulation, but also surprising ability "to be their" regardless of time and generation. So, during and after the Second World War, the beer was super popular among miners and shipbuilders northeast of Great Britain, becoming synonymous with the traditions and values of ordinary people. And in the 80-ies of XX century it was appreciated and loved for its unique taste and personality of the new generation, especially students. And today, "Newcastle" Brown Ale, owned by Heineken, continues its triumphant march around the world, finding every year more and more fans.