Products tagged with: lager
Taking its name from the 11 parishes of Barbados, 10 of which are named after Saints, the 10 Saints Brewery was conceived in 2009 with the aim of combining the rum heritage of Barbados with a brilliant, refreshing lager. A Professor of Brewing at the Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, and 10 Saints Master Brewer, Ian Herok, has spent years of product development and research into the oak ageing of beer to create this unique, premium lager from Barbados. The production of 10 Saints is a slow and complex one, with the gradual infusion of flavours from wood to beer, a delicate process which creates 10 Saint's deep flavour and unique character. The barrels used in this process were originally used to age bourbon in Kentucky, before being shipped to Barbados for ageing rum. This small batch craft lager uses two varieties of hop, namely Galena, a bittering hop used extensively in the USA, and Styrian Goldings (ex Slovenia), which provides enhanced bitter properties and a mild hop background aroma. During the production process water is filtered through coral, before undergoing some reverse osmosis and the inclusion of a highly flocculent bottom fermenting yeast. The following oak ageing in rum casks results in a full flavoured, golden premium beer with distinctive but rounded notes of rum, malt, vanilla, tropical spice and toasted oak.
A super premium natural, additive-free, artisanal beer with an unique personality delivered in an unique bottle. Full-bodied, extra smooth with a rich, highly agreeable taste for the demanding yet discerning palate, suitable for any occasion. Probably Spain's finest and the benchmark in our sophisticated brewing industry.
Why not try Japan's favourite dark beer? Brewed in Osaka, Asahi Black is made from three different roasted malts. This gives it a rich, nutty flavour and makes it incredibly smooth-drinking. Unlike other, more bitter dark beers and stouts, it's brewed in a process called bottom fermentation, which gives it a subtle, sweet edge and smooth 5% abv. All of which makes for a truly warming experience.
Brewed in the UK by Shepherd Neame. Born out of a desire to create a beer that would compliment food, Asahi Super Dry quickly became the most popular beer in Japan. And with a population of 127 million people, that's saying something. Now available in over 50 countries worldwide, the refreshing taste of Asahi Super Dry, with it's 5%abv, has made a major impact in Europe where it's an established No 1 among discerning beer drinkers - including the UK where it is the top selling Japanese lager. No wonder it's been voted as a Cool Brand, by Superbrands Ltd, for 5 consecutive years.
From the temples of Dinajpur to the tea gardens of Sylhet, from the rainforest of Shundorban to the white sands of Cox Bazar. Bangladesh offers a myriad of exotic sights, cultures and culinary delights - the essence of which you'll discover in Bangla premium beer. A stronger beer ,perfectly complements stronger flavour. It's Name...... Inspired by one of the richest languages in the world as immortalisation poetry and song by the Noble Prize winner Robindra Nath Tagore It's Colour...... It has a deep gold colour ,reminiscent of the golden hue of the sun setting over the Bay of Bengal It's Taste...... Bangla beer is a specially created brew, designed to complement Bangladeshi and Indian Cuisine. It is stronger to provide a robust taste platform to soften the most warming of spices but remain delicate enough to augment the sophisticated texture of curry dishes. It has a rich full flavoured smooth taste.
Not surprisingly, Becks is Germany's No 1 export beer. Brewed in Bremen since 1874 according to the German Purity law of 1516 - The Reinheitsgebot, which only allows barley, malt, water and yeast to be used in the brewing process. Becks is the only beer brand in Germany with international standing, one that exudes a feeling of freedom, self-awareness and openness to the world. The international premium pilsner beer with the pure, fresh taste and 5% ABV is available in some 120 countries. The green longneck bottle with the characteristic key on the red-white oval label has become a brand personality for beer connoisseurs around the world, one that stands for uncompromising quality. Becks is brewed according to the German beer purity law, which means that only barley, hops and water may be used for the brewing. The ongoing optimisation of the product quality of Becks and the use of the best raw materials are key factors behind the brand's worldwide success.