Montseny Ecolupulus

Íber Ale

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  • Consume on
    4ºC - 8ºC

    Serving temperature between 4 and 8ºC. At low temperature we have the flavour and bitterness of hops clearly defined to freshen our palates as in a Lager style beer. However, the optimal tasting is obtained above 7ºC, at which point the textures and flavours produced by the Ale yeast and body or sweetness of the malt emerge, balancing their taste with the bitterness of the hops.

  • Malts
    Organic pilsen

    The malt is obtained from the process of “malting” a cereal, thanks to which it releases sugar, essential element for fermentation.

  • Hop
    Sovereign, first gold and ecologic pacific gem.

    Flowers hop lupulin is extracted, it is responsible, among other things, to give the bitter taste and characteristic aroma of beer.

  • Ingredients
    Other important ingredients
    • Montseny water
    • Yeast
montseny-Ecolupulus

Montseny Ecolupulus

Íber Ale

(Alc. 5’4% vol., Grau Plat 12’8, 29 IBU’s)

Beer style: IBER ALE – top-fermented lager style of our country. With this top-fermented beer we rediscover the traditional beers of our Iberian ancestors (Archaeological sites: The village of Geno (Lleida) dates to 1,000 BC Bronze Age; Can Sadurni Begues (Barcelona) dates to 3000 BC Neolithic Age). The recipe includes malts and hops used in current high-consumption domestic beers of the Pilsen style (bottom-fermented) or Lager family.

Tasting notes: All the intensity of hops in combination with Pilsen malt, to quench the thirst. Serving temperature between 6 and 12 º C. At low temperature we have the flavour and bitterness of hops clearly defined to freshen our palates as in a Lager style beer. However, the optimal tasting is obtained above 9 º C, at which point the textures and flavours produced by the Ale yeast and body or sweetness of the malt emerge, balancing their taste with the bitterness of the hops.

Ingredients:

  • Montseny water.
  • Malt: Organic Pilsen.
  • Hops: sovereign, first gold and ecologic pacific gem.
  • Yeast.

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Available in bottles and barrels

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