LAGER

Lager is the German word for "warehouse". The brewing masters of Bavaria (Germany), who stored their beers in frozen caverns in the Alps, noted that ice caused the yeast to accumulate, producing a lighter, more transparent and harmonized colored beer.

MATCHES WITH:

Chicken, Seafood, Cheeses and Lemon Flavors.

WITBIER

Traditionally produced and consumed in Belgium and the Netherlands, Witbier means "White Beer".

This type of beer has been brewed since ancient times, when it was flavored and preserved with a blend of spices and other plants like coriander and bitter orange.

MATCHES WITH:

Fish, Seafood and Cheese.

AMERICAN IPA

American IPA is a style of beer developed in the USA in the 1980s. Our American IPA is balanced, has an alcohol content of around 6.2% and significant amounts of American hops.

MATCHES WITH:

Salted, spicy, fried foods and hamburgers.

BROWN PORTER

Brown Porter is a ale. It is believed to be popular with seaport workers and dockers, hence its name.
It is a light, dark beer with the presence of malt and a subtle toast in both aroma and flavor. The color ranges from light to dark brown and is usually cloudy.

MATCHES WITH:

Pork, Salmon, Grilling and Sausages.

BELGIAN TRIPEL - SPECIAL

Belgian Tripel was originally created to be a seasonal beer, but due to its success we consider it today the “queen” of Levare beers. It is inspired by Belgian styles and is triple malted, with a pleasant taste, very aromatic, hints of spices and fruits and with a high alcohol content.

MATCHES WITH:

Roast Beef, Roasted Cod, Grilled and Hunting