Time for the firs beer of WAR brewery! And I am so happy because I choose a kick-ass Blanche! Read the humble beer tasting of Helleboro!
Alcohol % vol.: 4,7
Service temperature: 6-8° C
Foam: white, abundant. Mousse-like texture with good adhesion to the glass surface.
Appearance: hazy pale golden. Golden reflections.
Scent/ olfactory sensation: rich, spicy and fruity. Tangerine, lemon leaves, bread crust. Yuzy comes out more after a few, followed by cereals and pepper hints. Jasmine and chamomile, coriander.
Intensity of aroma: intense.
Tactile sensation: thin body, creamy mouthfeel, good carbonation.
Intensity of aroma: pretty intense. Soft and fresh acidity, moderate sweetness, very low hop bitterness, more correlated to the citrus peel.
Olfacto- Gustatory sensation/ back aroma:
Taste: even if the body is pretty thin, the aroma is rich, wrap rounding, deep, round. A perfect combination of spiciness (coriander, white pepper) fruitiness (candied orange peel, juicy yuzu, apricot) and maltiness (bread crust, sweet biscuit). Hay, dough/fresh yeast, flowers in middle. Citrusy/ wheat freshness during all the tasting.
VEG FOOD PAIRING: cow cheeses (not too mature) served with yellow stone fruit jam (hey: apricot cheesecake is ok!), main dishes with herbs,
La Birra Senza Nome (nameless beer) is the newest limited edition by Crak Brewery. This beer will remember two pine trees cat a few weeks ago. “On the night of June 29th 2019, the famous pines along the A4 motorway between Padua and Venice. (…) For the most frequent visitors of the A4 highway, those pines, for more than 60 years, have been the signal of arrival in Padua. In memory of their disappearance, we created the beer with no name, but with a strong symbol: the famous A4 Pines designed by Emmanuele Panzarini, a famous Paduan artist”. Read the bitter-sweet tasting of this DDH IPA.
Corrente is a toasty and citrusy Italian Red IPA/ APA by a tiny, Italian microbrewery owned my two brilliant brewers and musicians. Taste with me Corrente!
After a year in oak barriques where wild/ native yeasts do their job, and maturation in the wood of three months with local Pinot Noir grapes, Le Bucce Riserva Rosso beer is ready to drink. And love. Drink with me this IGA by Siemàn, Italian winery and brewery.
Siemàn is a word that in the local dialect (Venetian: sìe màn) means six hands: two hands for each brother in this family-run business in the Berici Hill… Not far from Venice if you have never been to Italy 🙂
Daniele, Marco and Andrea run the company: the vineyard, the cellar and the brewery. On the beer labels, those guys appear pretty busy in their job: well-done guys! Le Bucce (bucce: tr. lees) Riserva Rosso is a marvellous Italian IGA.
Limited edition inspired by GUESS WHO? the game. Brewed by Crak and other two famous microbreweries (located in Norway and New Hampshire), Do they like superkarralistischer hopfen? is a crisp Pilsner… And you already knew that I fell in love with this Italian Craft Beer cause it is a German Pilsner!
BEER: Do they like superkarralistischer hopfen?
Brewery: CRAK + Sleeping Village + Deciduous
Location: Campodarsego (Padua)