Armida - 33 cl
Brief description: Clear beer from the Sorrento Peninsula, handcrafted, refermented in the bottle, unfiltered, unpasteurized. Evolving product.
Ingredients: Water, barley malt, hops, fresh Sorrento orange peel, yeast.
Alcoholic content: 5% vol.
Warnings: Store in an upright position, in a cool and dark place. The natural yeast sediment on the bottom testifies to the craftsmanship of the product. Serve at 9-11 ° C.
Pairings: Aperitifs, Fish dishes.
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Produced by Birrificio Sorrento Srl in Massa Lubrense (NA) Italy.
Clear beer from the Sorrento Peninsula, handcrafted, refermented in the bottle, unfiltered, unpasteurized. Evolving product.
With a beautiful golden color, clear and with good carbonation and white foam. The aroma is slightly citrusy. The medium, dry bitterness and the slender body contribute to making the Armida light and thirst-quenching even if it is rather soft in the mouth. It is made with top-fermented yeast processed at low temperatures as was the case in the US and Canada in the mid-1800s. A style that survived anti-prohibition became very popular overseas. Well attenuated with a profile similar to bottom fermentation beers but with more character, it is extremely drinkable, very suitable for the summer heat.