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types of craft beer
thousands of litres of beer each year
square metres of restaurant space
thousands of litres of beer every month
American Pale Ale
American, pale, top-fermented beer. The feature that most distinguishes this type of beer is a whole array of aromas, mainly resinous and citrus (grapefruit, lime and tropical fruit aromas), which come from American hop varieties.
Refreshing, dry and very drinkable bottom-fermented hop beer with medium-high hop bitterness. Cold hopped with American hop varieties, enriched with grapefruit, lime and tropical fruit aromas.
Dark beer, bottom-fermented with a delicate, noticeable aroma of caramel and aromatic hops. When drinking this beer, the body and fullness of flavour is noticeable. The bitterness in this beer is intertwined with flavour of dark bread crust, toast, nuts with caramel, chocolate and coffee notes.
Dark, expressive in taste and exceptionally aromatic. For its brewing, apart from traditional ingredients, oat flakes were used, which gave smoothness, special malts, which brought the aromas of caramel, toffee, bread, nut notes and real coffee beans. The stout beer created in the first stage was enriched with a blend of Qethreal 108° Fairtrade coffee beans, consisting of 80% Arabicai beans and 20% Robusta beans.
A bright, wheat, top-fermented Polish beer with a hint of oak smoke in the taste and aroma. Light, refreshing and highly saturated. One of the few Polish beer styles called "Polish Champagne".
A classic of German brewing art. Clearly malty in taste and aroma typical of Munich malt, i.e. bread, toast, biscuit. Delicate hop bitterness is the result of the use of the highest quality noble hops.
A pale, top-fermented beer dominated by intense aromas of new-wave hop varieties. Unusual aroma of citrus, tropical fruits, flowers and herbs meets an extremely low extract, which, thanks to the use of the appropriate mashing technique and the addition of oat flakes, gives the impression of being light and very drinkable.
New England Ipa
Top-fermented beer also known as Hazy IPA. Cloudy, opaque, opalescent with a very high aroma and flavor of tropical fruits, citrus and stone fruits such as peaches and apricots. The oat malt and oat flakes used gave this beer body and a smooth, juicy, almost velvety texture. Low bitterness and high drinkability make this beer perfect for summer.
Traditional Belgian top-fermented beer. Refreshing, light beer, in which a specially selected strain of Belgian yeast is responsible for the fruity and spicy aroma.
A strong top-fermenting beer with well-hidden alcohol, giving the impression of being lighter than its parameters suggest. The flavour and aroma bouquet of this beer is made up of fruity, spice and floral accents. The fruit aroma is usually reminiscent of oranges, less frequently bananas, pears, peaches and grapes.
A light, bottom-fermented beer with a pure lager character. It is rich in flavors from a mixture of specially selected malts, including Vienna malt. Delightful, shiny, light red, copper color, characteristic hop aroma and balanced bitterness with an exceptionally malty taste, unique for this beer. It is distinguished from March beer by a more dry finish and lower alcohol content.
Strong, pale lager. It is an excellent choice for lovers of well-balanced flavors with more alcohol. The beer is strong and expressive in taste. The characteristic hop bitterness is countered by a solid malt base.
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