A velvety, long-lasting dark beer with strong scents of toffee, coffee and chocolate, and a warm, full and strong body.
A strong, caramelised amber beer with intense notes of green apple, vanilla and honey, and a warm, soft and lightly alcoholic body.
Typical British ale, amber in colour, with a long-lasting cream-coloured foam. Hoppy notes combine with floreal and tropical fruit scents. Herbaceous and refreshing.
Traditional Czech lager with a pale yellow colour and a fine, long-lasting foam. Medium-bodied with delicate notes of malt reminding of bread and acacia honey. Herbal hops give the beer a lovely bitter taste accompanied by the sweet presence of malt. Neat and refreshing.
Traditional German lager beer, amber coloured with a delicate and long-lasting foam. Notes of smoked ham and scamorza cheese combine with bacon and toasted peanuts aromas. Smoky and intense.
Blonde ale, created in the United States in 1980, with a fine and delicate fizz. Scents of orange, grapefruit and lemon also emerge while sipping, accompanied by a sour note of american hops. Citrusy and thirst-quenching.
Deep blonde lager beer produced mainly in England, Scotland and Denmark, with a soft cream-coloured foam. It has a sweet aroma of malt and honey, balanced by the hoppy hints of resin, pine and meadow flowers. Strong and smooth.
Traditional German lager beer, dark brown, almost black in colour, with a thick and soft foam. Coffee grain, cocoa butter and roasting scents combine with a smooth and warm body of chocolate and coffee. Velvety and soft.
Traditional Austrian lager beer, red copper-coloured, with a soft and long-lasting foam. Notes of caramel combine with toasted malt, dry fruit and chestnut honey scents. Gentle and sweet.