Tambura - APA al Farro

Source: The Brewery Petrognola
Style: American Pale Ale
Color: Gold load slightly velatoAmaro : 33 ibu (medium) - noticeable but not excessive bitterness , citrus and herbaceous
Fermentation: High
Degrees Alcohol: 7% vol
Temp.di service : 6-9 ° C

Description: The great consumer interest in the world of Double IPA , the Imperial IPA , the APA , and more generally to the American hops with their persuasive and formidable citrus notes and fruity , led Roberto to create this new beer . The APA is now very inviting with a beautiful golden color and sheer, with aromas that stand out most for its elegance and intensity .
The palate is soft, very comfortable , smooth and clean despite the fairly strong alcohol . The attack is almost sweet, light caramel, biscuit, a hint of honey ; the bitterness you wait a while ' , coming right at the end of the race , fruity and citrus (grapefruit and bitter orange ), but always on a solid malty .
The bitterness of the hops remains and grows in the end, not " stings " to drink over, remaining , nicely, with elegant feelings of bitter herbal - citrus .
Solid, refreshing , perfumed the APA is a very easy to drink beer expressing a great balance between the sweet notes of malt and bitter citrusy American hops .

Serving suggestions: it combines well with succulent dishes such as roast lamb , piquant as baked chicken , pork or beef on the grill, but delicate herbs such as duck confit , or less elaborate dishes like burgers but always challenging cheeseburger , skewers . Very good food with Tex-Mex as long as you do not overdo it with the spicy ( peppers jalapenos , guacamole, burritos ) or Asians such as chicken or turkey curry ( medium spicy ) .
Great with smoked fish or pickled , baked fish ( marinated and aromatic ) , mussels marinara .
Cheese : recommended with hard cheese such as Grana, Parmesan , Pecorino .

 

Available sizes: Bottle CL.33 and CL.75, Tank LT.20