Products tagged with: ale
First introduced in 1975, Liberty Ale is brewed with a top-fermenting ale yeast, responsible for many of the subtle flavours and characteristics. Dry-hopping imparts a unique aroma to the ale. Liberty Ale is brewed strictly according to traditional brewing methods, and, like all Anchor Brewing Company products, uses only natural ingredients - water, malted barley, fresh whole hops and yeast. A special top-fermenting ale yeast is used during fermentation and is responsible for many of Liberty Ale's subtle flavours and characteristics. Carbonation is produced by an entirely natural process called bunging, which produces champagne-like bubbles. Dry-hopping (adding fresh hops to the brew during aging), imparts a unique aroma to the ale. It is a process rarely used in the USA today.
'The classic of American brewing tradition since 1896, Anchor Steam has a bronze colour with a thick creamy head. The palate is full and malty with a beautiful bitter hop aroma - a unique beer universally recognised as a world classic that traces back to the Gold Rush era. San Francisco's famous Anchor Steam, the classic of American brewing tradition since 1896, is virtually handmade, with an exceptional respect for the ancient art of brewing. The deep amber colour, thick creamy head, and rich flavour all testify to Anchor's traditional brewing methods. Anchor Steam is unique, for their brewing process has evolved over many decades and is like no other in the world. A San Francisco original since 1896 Anchor Steam derives its unusual name from the 19th century when steam seems to have been a nickname for beer brewed on the West Coast of America under primitive conditions and without ice. The brewing methods of those days are a mystery and, although there are many theories, no one can say with certainty why the word steam came to be associated with beer. For many decades Anchor alone has used this quaint name for its unique beer. In modern times, Steam has become a trademark of Anchor Brewing.
Kriek Lambic St-Louis. For at least six months, the pulp of morello cherries (kriek) matures in the gueuze-lambic. The stones produce a subtle taste of almond. Under the experienced eye of the cellar master, the young kriek is blended with the old lambic to develop its full flavour.
Discover New York's home-town beers with three of Brooklyn's finest iconic branded Shaker glass! Award winning original American brown ale, first brewed as a holiday speciality and now one of Brooklyn's most popular, all year-round beers. Brooklyn Lager has won numerous awards. Wrote Michael Jackson in the Simon & Schuster Pocket Guide to Beer: The dry-hopped, fresh, flowery, firm, flavourful, Brooklyn Lager started well in 1988, and has gained in character since. World Classic brew!
This is a beer whose fragrance of fresh yeast with a light, flowery rosy touch is especially pleasant. Its flavour, noticed when tasting it, only accentuates the pleasant sensations perceived in the aroma , while revealing a light but pleasant touch of roasted malt. This top fermented Trappist beer , refermented in the bottle, is not pasteurised.
The ale for every occasion with its fruity and floral character, balanced with a crisp bitterness, Coopers Pale ale has a compelling flavour which is perfect for any occasion. Naturally fermented in the Burton-upon-Trent style, a secondary fermentation creates the trademark sediment that gives Pale its fine cloudy appearance.
The ale by which all others should be measured with its famous cloudy sediment and a full bodied ale flavour with a disctinctive balance of malt, hops and fruity characters, Cooper sparkling ale is a world-class brew. Little has changed since Thomas Cooper produced hist first batch of Coopers sparkling Ale in 1862. It's still brewed naturally using the centuries old top fermentation method and it still tastes great!
Dark brown-red with a compact white-yellow, stable and lacing head. Touches of caramel, mocha and chocolate aromas, with spices such as liquorice and coriander are also present. A soft mouthfeel leads to an increasing bitterness, partially from the hop, but also from the roasted malt and chocolate malt. A nice balance between bitterness, sour and sweet.
On December 26th 1988, the famous Delirium Tremens was born. The particular character and the unique taste the result of three different kinds of yeast. Its very distinctive bottle and colourful label contribute to its success: the label depicts the different phases of production and the Pink Elephant was up and ready to conquer the world!
American and Bavarian craft come together with the finest Icelandic water to create the Viking version of the Pale Ale, where robust hoppiness meets smooth malty undertones. Cascade hops give it the American character, while Northern Brewer hops add just enough bitterness to make this Ale refreshingly Icelandic.