Wynwood uses only premium products in all of their beers. They procure the best malts from the US and use them as the base malt and mobile them with British and German Malts to create their caramel malts. They seek the finest hops from the US, England, Germany, New Zealand and Czech Republic. Wynwood puts their own unique twist to traditional styles with character and boldness.
La Rubia is the lightest beer they brew. However, this beer does not lack in flavor. It has a nice crisp bitterness to it with a slight bready and sweet flavor. This beer is brewed for the beautiful hot weather they get here in Miami. La Rubia is a combination of German Pilsner Malts, British Crystal Malts, Czech Saaz Hops and German Ale Yeast, making this beer a true American Blonde Ale. It pairs excellent with your salad, seafood and chicken. Serve this beer in a classic pilsner flute.
Wynwood brews their beers in a 15-Barrel two-vessel system. One barrel is equal to 31 US gallons. At any given time they can brew about 500 gallons of wort. Next they put the wort, or young beer, in the 15 or 30 barrel fermenters. Once the beer is fermented, it is then conditioned and packaged. Wynwood brands take anywhere from 2-6 weeks to be finished. However, they have some barrel aged products that take up to 9 months to be completed
This ale from Unita Brewing Company in Salt Lake City Utah. This beer leads with the citrus flavors of oranges and lemons. This combination of flavors come from the unique hops used in the brewing process. The Sorachr Hops come from Japan and are balanced with light malts to produce a fresh crisp beer.
While this ale would be an easy companion to most foods that would be on the grill in summertime such as chicken, fish and burgers. It will also complement curries and other spicy foods like buffalo wings.
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The third week of October is a much anticipated time for beer lover’s ale in North Carolina. That is the week Natty Green Brewing Company releases their winter seasonal beer “Red Nose Winter Ale”. Red Nose is really all about the season. This the classic American ale only sweeter than an amber. Lots of caramel malts are balanced with the perfect amount of hops to create a smooth balanced taste. Along with that balance comes the spice profile to present the aroma of the ale. The smells of ginger, orange peel and cinnamon really bring out the thoughts of the holidays and that special meal making the home smell so good.
Red Nose is a rich ale that easily stands up to all the hearty meals of winter Serve it with stews, and roast beef. It would also make a great choice for that holiday meal. Red Nose is produced October thru January.
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