Italian Craft Beers
Labeerinto Italian brewery supplies a range of craft beers. Like the Arianna – Ale
Top-fermented beer with a sweet, full-bodied, fruity taste and a bitterness from the English noble hops that creates the perfect balance.
To the Anglo-Saxons: beer. It is, in fact, a top-fermented beer, as opposed to Lager, which is bottom-fermented. These beers are commonly found in Great Britain and Ireland, but also in Germany, the United States, and Belgium.
How do you identify an Ale?
Colour ranging from gold to amber to brown, depending on the various sub-types, lighter (Pale Ale) or more intense (Stout Ale); barely any head and a sweet, full-bodied, fruity flavour. Spiced and/or aromatic, hops add a slight bitterness to balance out the sweetness of the malt. Moderate alcohol content, drink at cellar temperature.
To each beer its own glass
The “pint glass” or, more simply ,“pint” is a type of beer glass used especially for English alesor Irish stouts. The truncated inverted cone shape of these glasses and the bulge just below the mouth neutralise the slightest hint of foam.
Colour: golden yellow, EBC 8.6
Bitterness (IBU): 16.9
Appearance: Brilliant amber colour, even cloudiness from the suspendedyeasts. Minimal head, typical of the type.
Aroma: Typical notes of malt balanced by a bitter, elegant, and non-invasive note from the aroma hops.Spiced, floral nuance, as well as citrusy nuances frombergamot, lemongrass, and black tea. Spiced juniper berry finish.
Taste: Easy-drinking beer, lightly carbonated, the flavourcorresponds to the bouquet, with spice and white pepper in the finish.
Overall impression: Easy to drink, yet full-bodied,persistent pleasant finish.
Best food pairings
Red and white meat. Sliced beef fillet with arugula and parmesan cheese,honey-glazed lamb ribs with aromatic herbs
and fava bean pesto. Rosemary-infused lard bruschetta.