Beer "Zatecky Gus" Cerny, 500 ml
- Minimum order is 20 pieces. Price is per piece
- Fermentation type:
- Strength: 3.5%
- Volume: 500 ml
Taste of beer balanced, smooth, slightly sweet, with notes of roasted malt and caramel, soft bitterness in the middle.
The aroma of beer filled with tones of roasted malt.
Beer goes well with dishes of Latin American and German cuisine, meat (beef, smoked meat, roasted meat).
"Zatecky Gus" Cerny - dark lager, producing since 2010 according to the original factory Brewing Company "Baltika", which is part of the Carlsberg Group. Beer has a rich malt flavor and velvety aroma. Dark "Zhatetsky Goose", brewed in the best Czech traditions, made from drinking water, hops, barley malt syrup and three kinds of malt - selective light, caramel and burnt. Part of the beer hops "Zhatetsky" grown near the town of Zatec in the north of the Czech Republic for over 700 years. He is considered one of the finest in the world, it is engaged in cultivation of hop Institute.
History Carlsberg Brewery began in 1847. Dane Jacob Christian Jacobsen created a small brewery near Copenhagen and named it after his only son of Charles and location on a hilltop brewery Carlsberg, which means "hill of Charles." Less than 20 years export beer begin first in Edinburgh (Scotland), and then to the West Indies and Asia.
"Carlsberg" - one of the first brands of beer, which began to be exported around the world. Much attention is paid Jacob Christian Jacobsen scientific research, in 1875 he founded the brewery with independent research of chemical and physiological laboratory that its developments and discoveries in the field of growing malt, fermentation and brewing has made an enormous contribution to the development of the beer market. It belongs to her discovery in 1883 of "pure yeast", which are now used in the production of light beer worldwide. This finding great scientist Louis Pasteur called revolutionary innovation. Interest in science and Carlsberg showed in helping the famous Danish physicist Niels Bohr at the base of the Institute of Theoretical Physics of the University of Copenhagen in 1920.
Since November 2012 Carlsberg became the sole owner of the Russian brewing company "Baltika", here is made by a licensed beer brand Carlsberg for the Russian market.