Traditional Belgian wits are filtered, thin and tart. They're brewed with wheat, Curacao orange peel and coriander. The Curacao orange is sour, and it gives Belgian wits their tartness. This recipe was the starting point used for reference. The beer is orange-amber in colour with a cloudy appearance because it is unfiltered. Blue Moon has a more pronounced orange flavour than many other beers of the style, and also has a slightly sweet flavour. The grain bill for Blue Moon includes malted barley, white wheat, and oats. Blue Moon Brewing Company is all about Artfully Crafting beers to make them inviting and easy to enjoy, so they set about reinterpreting the Belgian wit to be smoother and more approachable. Unfiltered: For more depth of flavour, and a unique, cloudy appearance. Brewed with Oats: The oats give it a nice, creamy body, so it's not too thin. Brewed with Valencia Orange Peel: Valencia orange peel gives Blue Moon Belgian White a subtle sweetness, so our beer isn't tart. Overall profile: The flavour starts out crisp and tangy and ends creamy, finishing slowly with a residual coriander and orange spiciness - brought out even further when garnished with a slice of orange.
Created in 1922, this top fermented beer is the source of the Brasserie Duyck's great renown. With 7.5% alcohol by volume, this unpasteurized beer is made with 3 different types of malt produced from French barley, and 3 varieties of hops grown in Alsace. It is the torrefied malt that gives it its attractive amber glow and many-hued aroma. With a maltier and more rugged taste than classic beers, Jenlain is best drunk at between 6 and 8 degrees centigrade. It's generous taste lingers pleasantly in the mouth while its malty, autumnal bouquet, floral note and hints of caramel, stewed prunes and lightly toasted malt make it an ideal ingredient in many dishes. It was awarded the 'Diploma of Merit and National Prestige' in 1993 by the Comite de France and the Comite du Bon Gout Francais, and recently won a Bronze Metal at the 2004 Agricultural Show.
Efes is the number one selling lager in Turkey and is exported to more than 40 countries around the world including the United Kingdom, Germany, USA and Japan. Efes Pilsener has become synonymous with beer in Turkey with nearly 80% share of the domestic market. It is brewed by bottom-fermentation technique with pils type of Golden barleys, high quality malt and 'Hallertau' hop. Efes is an easy-to-drink, foamy, bright lager beer with 5% alcohol content.
St Stefanus is an unpasteurised high fermentation beer that has been refermented in the bottle. It is brewed using three different yeasts, one of which is the Jermanus yeast strain from Sint Stefanus. This combined with the unique process, gives the beer its distinct flavour. The artisan recipe takes three months to complete before cellar release, creating a smoth beer with a depth of flavour that cannot be duplicated by quicker, more modern methods. St Stefanus continues to mature and change with age, up to two years, allowing you to choose how you want your beer to taste. Developing character with age, your tasting experience will differ depending on how old the Blonde beer is when you choose to enjoy it. 3 Months: Fresh and Fruity St. Stefanus Blonde pours a light golden colour with a good head that stays, lacing the glass as you drink it. It has a sweet caramel nose, with aromas of grapefruit, green apple, clove, cinnamon, banana and balancing hints of peach. On the palate it is balanced by a touch of sweet caramel, finishing with a dry, hoppy astringency. 18 Months: Spicy and Aromatic The golden colour has deepened and warmed slightly and the head has a more delicate, mousse-like texture. The citrus fruit aromas of the young beer have become more like candied peel, with hints of apricot and mango. On the palate, the sweetness has matured into deeper, orange marmalade notes with flickering hints of vanilla, toffee and almond. Altogether it's rounder and more complex; a beer to savour.
Menabrea 1846 is a premium strength lager beer at 4.8%ABV. Addititve free, it is the only Italian lager still brewed using a completely natural 'slow fermentation' process, that makes use of spring water from the Alps and ingredients from the Czech Republic, Germany and France. Unlike mass produced beer, no water is later added to standardise the alcohol content. The results are a testament to eight generations of brewing expertise by the Menabrea family - a full bodied beer with a light colour and optimum flavour. Awards. Menabrea 1846 has won numerous international awards, the first being the Gold medal Award at the London International Exhibition in 1925, and the most recent being the top prize for two years running at the Chicago International Beer Championships (1997 & 1998), beating such renowned products as Grolsh Premium, Kirin and Heineken. 'Pale yellow appearance. Moderately light bodied. Mild bitterness. Subtly hopped. Reminescent of grains, dried herbs, citrus zest. Crisp, grainy palate with lively carbonation. Refreshing, this needs a good chill. Dry style with good flavour'. (winning entry description)
Corona Extra is lighter than traditional beers, with a crisp and refreshing taste. This light, dry beer has pleasant malt and hop notes with a round dry finish. Regardless of the time of the year, Corona is best served ice cold, with a wedge of lime that complements and intensifies the flavour through the palate. It's the perfect beer to be enjoyed with a group of friends and is the ideal accompaniment to lighter foods and seafood.
Stella Artois is renowned as a quality beer brewed for an average of 6-11 days longer than most other beers using the finest quality hops and barley including Bohemian Saas hops. It is these Saas hops that give Stella its distinctive full flavour. The perfect pint of Stella should be served at 6-8 degrees centigrade to ensure the full flavour of the beer. Brewed in the UK under license.
Cobra 5.0% Premium Beer is brewed to an authentic Indian recipe using the finest natural ingredients. A unique blend of barley malt and yeast with maize, hops and rice gives Cobra its distinctive, clean and extra smooth taste. The 660ml bottles are great for sharing with friends at the dining table, which is ideal as Cobra makes an excellent accompaniment to all cuisines.