Beer Greene King, IPA, 0.5 L
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Reviews of purchase Greene King, IPA, 0.5 L
Taste of beer a smooth, dry, well-balanced, with hints of hops, caramel malt, nuances of grass, hay, leaves, pear and lemon peel. The finish is slightly tart, with subtle hints of caramel and vegetation.
The aroma of beer filled with tones of caramel malt, hints of grass, hay, hops, apples and biscuits.
Beer goes well with curries, Indian dishes or Mexican cuisine, cheeses, spicy dishes. Can be used as a standalone drink.
Greene King, IPA - India Pale Ale (IPA) premium. Style IPA was designed in the XVIII century to supply beer troops of the British Empire in India. This perfectly balanced ale different fresh hop flavor and clean tart aftertaste. Saturated hop notes coming from the two varieties of English hops - Challenger and First Gold, perfectly combined with shades of light and crystal malt. Indian ale from Greene King is the official beer of English rugby. In 2004 he won the gold medal Great British Beer Festival.
Greene King Brewery is located in Bury St Edmunds in the east of England. The first mention of the brewery at the Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds can be found in the "Domesday Book" in 1086. The official date of the creation of the brewery considered in 1799, when a young brewer Benjamin Greene arrived in Bury and bought the brewery Wright. After several years of experience and development prescriptions in 1806 the brewery was brewed beer, glorified Greene King and became a classic - "Abbot Ale". Beer was named in honor of the last abbot Bury St. Edmunds, who was the guest of Benjamin Green.
In 1887, the son of Benjamin - Edward, who worked at the brewery with his father 13 years old and accept the leadership of the plant in 1836, has combined his work with Fredric King, owner of the brewery and a competitor. Venture called "Greene King and Sons" was actively developed not only through the combined production capacity, but also a new, revolutionary ideas of Edward ("Old Ted"), who offered to sell beer in pubs, not only on tap, but also "take-away" bottled. The company constantly buys pubs and at the end of the XIX century owns more than 100 pubs, at the beginning of the XXI century is the number increases at least 10 times.
One of the methods of the brewery was the strategy of absorption of smaller breweries, due to which Greene King has become one of the largest breweries in the UK. In 2005-2006, "Greene King" made one of its global purchases, acquiring the oldest and largest regional brewery in Scotland - "Belhaven", and then - "Hardys & Hansons". The company also becomes the owner of a large number of restaurants and hotels throughout the country.