Beer "Ruddles" County, in can, 500 ml
Beer warm reddish-brown color.
Beer taste is soft, smooth, with a moderate bitterness, balanced with the sweetness of caramel, hints of hops and fruit, hints of nuts in a rich finish.
The aroma of beer combines shades of colors hops, malt, herbs, dry wood and caramel, dried fruits and citrus.
Beer goes well with cheeses, appetizers, salads, light meat dishes, meat pies and casseroles.
"Ruddles" County - the world-famous English ale (Bitter), the taste is perfectly balanced hop bitterness and sweet tones of caramel and roasted malt. For the first time this ale was brewed at the beginning of the XX century in the smallest county in England - Rutland. Shown on the label beer Horseshoe more than 500 years was a symbol of the county. According to legend, the royals and courtiers passing through the county town of Oakham, had to give a horseshoe Lord county. It is said that the name associated with the name of beer brewer who developed the recipe for this beer.
In the production of "Raddls" County are two kinds of malt (barley and crystal) and four types of hops, among them the rare species "Bramling Cross", which gives the beer a bright and unusual flavor.
British brewery Ruddles Brewery was founded in Langham Rutland County in 1858 and originally called "The Langham". It is directed by George Raddl brewer, which bought the brewery in the property in 1912 and renamed. Bitter "Rutland" is one of three beers in the UK, with the status of "protected geographical indication". In 1996 Bitter "Ruddles Best" won the gold medal at the first contest "World Beer Cup". In 1999, the brewery was closed. Today the brand is owned by Greene King, revived the creation of bitters under the brand name "Ruddles".