Beer Ringwood, "Old Thumper", 500 ml
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- Volume: 500 ml
Reviews of purchase Ringwood, "Old Thumper", 500 ml
Beer bronze color with orange reflections.
Beer taste juicy, round, with balanced tones of grain and hops. Bitter-sweet aftertaste filled with subtle notes of fruit.
In the spicy aroma of beer balanced tone malt and hops excavation notes. Also felt the sweet shades of brown sugar, caramel, raisins, ripe apples.
Beer goes well with Indian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern cuisine, cheeses, fish, shellfish.
"Old Thumper" - the most iconic beer company Ringwood, first brewed in late 1979 and first sold without a name. "Old Sampo" has received numerous awards, the most famous of them - the title of "Champion of beer in Britain" from the "Campaign for Real Ale" (CAMRA) in 1988. Beer has a spicy aroma and a full, warm, rich, yet surprisingly delicate, refined and balanced taste.
Micro-brewery "Ringwood" was created in 1978 on the outskirts of the New Forest in Hampshire. Judging from the archives, "Ringwood" is located on the site of one of the breweries of the XIX century, closed in the early XX century. The founder of the brewery - Peter Austin, is considered a person who had a significant impact on the revival of the British brewing. More accurate to say that Austin has played an important role in the development of brewing, not as a brewer, and thanks to its business consulting and equipment sales. Several well-known American microbreweries still use his equipment: "Geary's", "Shipyard", "Middle Ages Brewing Company" and others.
In 2007, the brewery "Ringwood" was bought by Marston's for 19.2 million pounds. Marstons representatives said they plan to keep the brewery to operate and continue to produce a full range of beers "Ringwood".
The portfolio of the brewery "Ringwood" today includes several year-round ales, seasonal ales, anniversary ale "Seventy Eight Spring", porter and bitter. Brewery "Ringwood" owns several pubs in the old, traditional English style.