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Knockmealdown Porter Brownies


Why match beer and food?

Wine and food? Nah! That pairing has had its day. Now it’s all about putting beer, specifically tasty Irish craft beer, with food.

Beer is a very versatile accompaniment, offering a range of flavours that work perfectly with lots of different foods. Good matches are all about balance so be careful not to overpower either component.

Matching can be about contrasting flavours – the zippy, citrus notes of Howling Gale Ale point up the sweetness of caramelized onion or roast garlic. Or try a complementary pairing: the sweetness of lamb works well with the caramel flavours in Sunburnt Irish Red.

The different flavour components of beer can also be utilised in matches. For example, the bitterness of the hops can cut through fat to allow flavour shine, while nutty malts can complement roasted meats. Even carbonation has an important role to play, cleaning the palate with each sip and allowing you to really appreciate what you are eating and drinking.

You can also use all those glorious flavours in cooking and baking. Try Knockmealdown Porter in a Chocolate Potato Cake or even some Sunburnt Irish Red and Elderflower Ice Pops.

Barefoot Bohemian Pilsner Lager ABV 4%
Tasting notes: It has a subtle biscuit malt base balanced by a generous lashing of Czech hops giving a nice hop brightness and peppery, spicy aroma from the Saaz hops. It has been aged in conditioning tanks and filtered to give a nice crisp finish. Like always: no chemicals, additives and preservatives.This is a clear, pale golden colour. This is light on the palate, clean and delicate, but with plenty of sophisticated flavour. There’s enough bitterness to make it interesting, and a little spiciness from the hops.

With food: amazing with pizza and able to cutting through the melted mozzarella, snappy bitterness really good with the sweetness of shellfish, sharp and dry enough to drink as an aperitif in champagne flutes with a half-dozen Irish oysters or have a glass with some savoury home-popped popcorn. Good with Vietnamese/Thai spices, hop notes play with cumin and coriander in Mexican dishes, stands up to oily fish like mackerel, salmon, Irish caviar, the fat of ham. Avoid delicate fish or a beefy winter stew.

In food: pizza dough, to make an exceptionally tasty flatbread, extra light waffles.

Howling Gale Ale ABV 5%
Tasting notes: Like blitzing down the Ballyhouras on your bike with an icy wind in your face, this delivers a refreshing crisp smack around the gills. Howling Gale is a refreshing pale ale hopped with American Chinook, Amarillo and Centennial hops. Characterised by a moderate hop bitterness, balanced with slightly biscuit and caramel pale malt body, it has a pleasant grapefruit and citrus aroma.

With food: Fresh and crisp, with moderate bitterness, this ale makes sure that spicy or fried food never becomes palate-clogging. Pale Ales are traditionally seen a great foil for spicy food – there’s a little bit of sweetness there that will cut the chilli burn – but don’t miss the chance to have Howling Gale with fish and chips (or in the batter for the fish!). It’s well worth trying with a Cashel Blue and Broccoli Gratin, the bright citrus notes act like a squeeze of lemon with smoked salmon or pair it with semi-soft, washed rind cheeses like Milleens, Durrus and Gubbeen. It has a similar flavour profile to New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and can be paired with many of the same foods: fish, seafood, summer salads, chicken or anything off the barbeque.

In food: It is important to remember that cooking with beer concentrates flavour so be careful not to reduce this hoppy ale too much as the bitterness may become overpowering. Used judiciously, it can add flavour to the broth used to cook mussels, is delicious in a chicken and ale pie and adds piquancy to roast garlic mashed potatoes.

Sunburnt Irish Red ABV 5%
Tasting notes: Like an Irishman on holiday in the Canaries, this beer has a red tint and a chilled out, mellow feel. Sunburnt Irish Red takes the characteristic sweet caramel malt and burnt barley of an Irish red ale and adds additional malt complexity by using six different malts. The malt body is counterbalanced with Australian and New Zealand hops, adding a modern twist to the traditional style.

With food: Serve with a cheese and charcuterie platter: mature cheddar cheese (like Hegarty’s), Gubbeen salami and chorizo, fresh crusty bread, crisp apples and dried figs.There are enough hops here to stand up to the sharp cheese and cut through the richness of the cured sausage. The sweetness of the figs also complements the caramel notes of the beer. Buttery, rich cheeses, whether it has a bloomy rind – eg Cooleeney Farmhouse Cheese, Wicklow Baun – or a washed rind like Cais Rua work well here, the carbonation in the ale effectively cleaning the palate between each bite. Lamb – sweet and ever so slightly fatty – is also a good pairing. Match with a traditional Irish stew or make some lamb burgers, with lots of rosemary, and let the Sunburnt Irish Red shine through.

In food: This is a good beer to use in a Cheese and Herb Beer Bread, the sweetness going well with a well-flavoured mature farmhouse cheddar cheese like Hegarty’s, Coolattin or Mount Callan. It’s also good used as the liquid in a simple cheese fondue or for adding a little sweetness to the gravy for a spicy sausage and mash combination. Use as a braising liquid for slow-cooked pork shoulder, add to a venison stew or try those ice pops.

Eight Degrees Brewing - Sunburnt Irish Red and Elderflower Ice Pops (1)

Sunburnt Irish Red and Elderflower Ice Pops

Knockmealdown Porter ABV 5%
Tasting notes: Like tackling the Knockmealdowns in a blizzard, this beer is not for wimps. Our evolution of the traditional Irish stout, it resembles a Victorian-era Irish porter and provides complex dark malt characteristics with distinctive espresso flavours. Without the weight of a stout, the porter is well rounded with mellow English hops.

With food: When the weather is cold, a traditional beef and stout stew is always a winner. For something completely different, hold the porter for the sweeter end of the meal; just make sure you keep the sugar content of the beer balanced with the pudding. Bold chocolate and espresso flavours make it good accompaniment to a dense, but not over-sweet, chocolate cake or contrast the sweetness of the porter with the saltiness of blue cheese and oatcakes.

In food: Reduced, the porter makes a great base for a complex caramel sauce, which can be served as it is or incorporated into truffles or ice cream. It can be baked into bread – a wholemeal loaf incorporating blue cheese is good – makes lovely dense brownies and is great in a cocoa-based chocolate cake. It is also a good beer to use in a chunky Mexican chilli, making the beef taste that bit beefier.

Recipes on www.Bibliocook.com
Knockmealdown Porter Brownies
Caramel Ale Sauce
Cheddar and Chive Sunburnt Irish Red Beer Bread

Epic Chocolate, Porter and Potato Cake
Sunburnt Irish Red and Elderflower Ice Pops
Spiced Chocolate Ale Cake
Knockmealdown Porter Cake


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Epic Chocolate, Porter and Potato Cake

Epic Chocolate, Porter and Potato Cake

 

Fanah-Fest. An Eight Degrees Brewing Beer and Music Festival for St Fanahan’s Day

We love our festivals, we do! And here’s our latest: Fanah-Fest is an Eight Degrees Brewing Beer and Music Festival for St Fanahan’s Day, celebrating the warrior patron saint of Mitchelstown. It’s happening over the weekend 25-26 November. On Saturday 25 November, we’ll be officially launching our new brewery, complete with beer tours and tastings from 2pm to 5pm. Then, we’re off into Mitchelstown for a live music trail, fun, games and merriment. On Sunday 26 November, there will be a music, beer and food trail around Mitchelstown from 5pm onwards.  Keep an eye on #FANAHFEST on social media (FaceBook / Twitter / Instagram) for more details.  Eight Degrees beer available in: An Bodhrán The Beehive J’s Bar Jackie O’Briens Walsh’s Bar The Ramble Inn The Mulberry Tree Roches Bar Clongibbon Arms Firgrove Hotel Mitchelstown comes alive! Don’t drink beer from strangers: support your local brewery.  

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Taste Cork and Eight Degrees

The second Taste Cork week is taking place from Monday 16 to Sunday 22 October 2017. Don’t miss these events with Eight Degrees Brewing. A Six-Course Feast of Pit-Smoked BBQ Paired with Irish Craft Beer When: 7pm, Tuesday 17th October, 2017 Where: Holy Smoke, Little Hanover Street, Cork Tickets: €45, to include six courses of bbq food and beer pairings. https://www.eventbrite.com Holy Smoke always cooks up an almighty storm and this Tuesday night event is no exception. Pitmasters John Relihan and Decky Walsh serve up a six course feast of barbecue dishes, paired with a carefully chosen selection of beers from Cork microbreweries – including ourselves. The meal will be guided by beer expert and food writer Caroline Hennessy, presenting and explaining the beer pairing for each dish. Meet the Makers Tour, Chat & Lunch When: 12pm, Wednesday 18th October, 2017 Where: Ballyvolane House More info: Taste Cork Week ‘Meet the Makers’ at Ballyvolane House Tickets: €37.50 per person to include a B&T on arrival, the tour, lunch and beer and cider tipples. To buy, email info@ballyvolanehouse.ie, phone 025 36349, Paypal. This Meet the Makers Tour, Chat and – very importantly! – Lunch at Ballyvolane House is with Bertha’s Revenge Gin distillers Antony and Justin, Scott, our own Eight Degrees Brewing brewer and cidermaker Daniel of Stonewell Cider. The whole shebang starts at 12pm with a tour of the house, garden and Bertha’s Revenge Gin distillery. Lunch will be served at 1pm, with tipples from Eight Degrees Brewing and Stonewell Cider.    

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Limited Edition: Enigma Single Hop IPA

As the name suggests, the Enigma hop has a flavour profile which is difficult to crack. Some say raspberries and redcurrant – others say rock melon and tropical fruit. Enigma now forms part of our Single Hop IPA series. A solid malt backbone transports this wonderful hop to the fore. Expect lot of fruity rock melon, spiced with some orange zest and a balancing crisp hop bitterness. Puzzling, ambiguous and inexplicable; we challenge you to discover for yourself Enigma’s unique, yet irresistible, flavours and aromas. Short description: fruity rock melon Style: Single Hop IPA Malt: Irish pale ale malt, CaraPils, Munich, Cara Hops: Enigma all the way Strength: 5.7% ABV Bitterness: 65 IBUs Tasting notes Colour/appearance: pours a dark gold with a fluffy pale head Aroma: sweet rock melon and citrus on the nose. Flavour: that fruity melon flavour carries through, with some orange zest. Full forward Enigma hop bitterness. A straightforward West Coast IPA. Aftertaste: dry spicy aftertaste, with a hint of pepper. Food pairings: have you ever had blue cheese matched with an IPA? Well, this is an ideal beer to start with. Drink Enigma SHIPA with a mild creamy blue – like Wicklow Blue – or alongside a Cashel Blue and Bacon Tart. Launch Date: September 2017 Serving temperature: 8 degrees celsius Availability: Bottles and draught (30L and 50L kegs) Get social: #EnigmaSHIPA

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An Audible Tasting at Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival

Last Saturday night, our beer was in church. The Old Church in Kilfinane, Co Limerick, a central point for the Hearsay International Audio Festival, to be precise. It was there for An Audible Tasting, a pairing of local crafted beer with original crafted audio from Audible. We brought five different styles of beer to the event; Eric Nuzum of Audible brought and presented the audio with producer Jesse Baker while Caroline Hennessy of this parish / freelance broadcaster and beer book author / native of Kilfinane talked us through the beer tasting. Then we all headed to the pub. An Audible Tasting There are some things that could only happen at HearSay – An Audible Tasting offering treats for the mouth and ears is definitely one of them. HearSay Invitees are asked to a guided tasting unlike any other, as a selection of carefully crafted audio pieces from Audible is paired with stunning locally brewed craft beers. The rich, subtle nature of both will be filtered through creative insights from passionate audio producers Collin Campbell, Lina Misitzis, Jesse Baker & Olivia Natt  and the in-depth knowledge of one of Ireland’s finest food writers. With Eric Nuzum (USA), Audible’s Vice President of Original Content Development, and Caroline Hennessy (Ire) Broadcaster and author of Sláinte – The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer and Cider. Beers used Barefoot Bohemian Pilsner Lager Wayfarer Sour IPA The Full Irish Single Malt IPA Amber Ella American Amber Ale Knockmealdown Irish Stout   The first tasting pair! What a way to close out Saturday. #HearSay17 pic.twitter.com/NsFUHRQyxp — HearSayAudioFestival (@HearSayFestival) September 30, 2017 A post shared by Caroline Hennessy (@bibliocook) on Oct 1, 2017 at 12:50pm PDT

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Finalist! Blog Awards Ireland

We’re delighted to learn that we’re finalists for the 2017 Blog Awards Ireland. We made it through in two categories, along with a lot of other great blogs. Best of luck to all on Thursday 5 October! Corporate Blog > Food & Drink Baby Led Feeding – Healthy food for babies that the entire family will love Craft Digital Eight Degrees Brewing Lidl Recipes – More For You Mummy Cooks Baby and Family Recipes Recipe Guru Ristorante Rinuccini Corporate Blog > Marketing and Communications #LoveRevolve Digital Training Institute Eight Degrees Brewing Pipa Marketing Property District: Where Professionals Prosper Spiderworking – The No Nonsense Guide To Digital Marketing For Small Business The Wolfgang Blog TravelMedia.ie Yellow Machine

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Monsoon Mango Lime IPA

In India, it has been said that the monsoon season replenishes the soil while the mango season replenishes the soul. We have taken contrasting fruit – sour lime and juicy sweet mango – and overlaid them on a full bodied India Pale Ale, dry hopped with Mosaic and Enigma. Pineapple and citrus hop flavours fuse with the heady mango aroma and are counterbalanced by the sourness and zing from the lime. The resulting brew brings together the flavours of the subcontinent, akin to sipping on a fruit lassi while taking the edge off the pre-monsoon heat. Short description: Heady mango, zingy lime, citrus hops Style: IPA Hops: Ekuanot, Enigma, Mosiac. Malt: two-row Irish malt, Carapils, Cara Munich. Strength: 5.7% ABV Bitterness: 66.6 IBUs (we couldn’t believe it either!) Tasting notes Colour/appearance: gorgeous orange in the glass with fluffy white head. Looks just like a Super Split ice cream. Aroma: tropical mango on the nose, with an underpinning of lime. Flavour: straight up sweet lime, followed by juicy mango and hop bitterness. The mango compliments the citrus and pineapple hop notes, enhanced with bright lime flavours. Aftertaste: punchy bitterness at the end with a zesty lime finish. Food pairings This is the beer to drink with ceviche, the Latin American dish of raw fish marinated in citrus juice. The hops and lime complement the acidity, while the mango sweetness offers a welcome contrast. If you’re going retro with some gently curried Coronation Chicken, the beer will accentuate the mango flavours, cutting through the rich sauce. Try it with a coconut panacotta for another complementary pairing or go for a day-and-night contrast by wheeling out a dense chocolate and coconut cake and watch everyone’s eyes light up. Launch Date: September 2017. Serving temperature: 8 degrees Celsius Availability: Bottles and draught (30L and 50L

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Pinot Noir Barrel Aged Stout infused with cacao husks

If there’s one thing we love more than rolling out our barrels, it’s collaborating with local producers. For this beer, a stout that we aged in pinot noir barrels, we got in contact with our local bean-to-bar chocolatiers Wilkie’s Chocolate. Based just down the road in Midleton, East Cork, Shauna Wilkie set up production in 2012 and has been focusing on making small batch bars from carefully sourced, single origin organic Peruvian Criollo cocoa beans. Much though we love Wilkie’s chocolate, this time we focused on the leftovers, taking cacao husks (that went on quite a journey from Midleton to Mitchelstown – thanks to Becca, Triona and Jimmy for their help in delivering!)  and adding them to the stout for secondary conditioning in the barrels. The result is limited to draught only and got its first outing at last weekend’s ABV Fest – that’s my glass of it there – in Belfast. The rest will be pouring from this Thursday at the Irish Craft Beer Festival in Dublin’s RDS. Don’t miss it! Short description: Dried fruit, cacao, vanilla. Style: barrel aged stout Hops: Nugget, along with lashings of cacao husks from Wilkie’s Chocolate. Malt: pale ale malt, CaraMunich, chocolate malt, roasted barley, wheat malt and dark crystal. Strength: 5% ABV Bitterness: 45 IBUs Tasting notes Colour/appearance: dark and handsome in the glass, with a tan head. Aroma: dark roasted malt, espresso. Flavour: Dried fruit with a restrained cacao undercurrent and delicate oaky vanillins coming through. Light enough in body to be pint-able Aftertaste: satisfying roasty dryness in the aftertaste. Food pairings At Eight Degrees, we do love stout with – and in! – brownies. If you’re not going to make your own, we’d recommend Camerino Bakery‘s peanut butter brownies for an ideal pairing. The slabs of sweet-salty, nutty, chocolate goodness are complemented by the cacao and vanilla flavours

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WIN! A pair of passes to the Irish Craft Beer Festival

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Congratulations to Joao and Mariana, winners of the tickets! One of the highlights of our year is the annual Irish Craft Beer Festival in the RDS, which is taking place this year from Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 September. Yep, that’s this week and we have a PAIR OF THREE DAY PASSES to give away. What do you have to do to win? After six years brewing, we’ve created more than fifty different beers. From IPAs to IPLs, barrel aged stout and barleywines, ryes, reds and session ales, we’ve had fun producing a whole range of flavours and experiences for you. Our question is this: what beer style would you like to see us brewing?  Put your answer below and we’ll email the winner on Wednesday evening, 6 September, to let them know. Ts & Cs apply. On the bar at the festival, this year we’ll have our newest brew, Monsoon Mango Lime IPA, along with the super-limited Grainfather Series Pinot Noir Barrel Aged Stout. Current tap line up: 1)  Wayfarer Sour IPA – 4% ABV – awarded Best In Ireland at the 2017 World Beer Awards. 2) Citra Single Hop IPA – 5.7% ABV – Silver Medal winner at the 2017 World Beer Awards. 3) Barefoot Pilsner Lager – 4% ABV – a crisp session sipper. 4) Cumulus Lupulus NEIPA – 7.2% – our cloudy take on this New England IPA style. 5) Monsoon Mango Lime IPA – 5.7% ABV – FIRST POUR. Heady mango, zingy lime, citrus hops. 6) Pinot Noir Barrel Aged Stout infused with cacao husks from our local bean-to-bar chocolatiers, Wilkies Chocolate in Midleton – 5% ABV – LIMITED. Grainfather series. Dried fruit, cacao, vanilla. More information on the festival is online here: www.irishcraftbeerfestival.ie. Tickets are now on sale priced at €5 for Thursday, €10 for

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Eight Degrees Brewing and Costigan’s of Washington Street team up for FESTIV-ALE

FESTIV-ALE in Cork! A celebration of local ales brought to you by Costigan’s of Washington Street and Eight Degrees Brewing When: Friday 15 September at 7pm to Sunday 17 September at 11.30pm Where: Costigan’s of Washington Street in Cork Cork brewery Eight Degrees Brewing will be taking over the Back Bar and Parlour of Costigan’s of Washington Street in Cork City for a series of of drinks, music, talks, demos and panel discussions throughout the weekend of 15-17 of September. Join us in Costigan’s for a weekend-long tap takeover, a celebration of all that is great about Mitchelstown’s Eight Degrees Brewing and our customers. It’s an opportunity to sample different beers from one of Ireland’s leading microbreweries, as well as have the opportunity for a casual drink and a chat with the Eight Degrees team themselves in Meet the Brewer sessions. The weekend will include talks on the future of the microbrewing industry with leading brewers and commentators. Homebrewers and anyone interested in the brewing profession is invited along to learn more about what it takes to make a good brewer. There will be tasting, food pairings and an event for the bartending community. Our brewers will also be on hand to talk customers through samples, share tips and brewing advice. All events will be free but are open to over 18s only. Looking forward to seeing you there! The Eight Degrees Brewing team and Costigan’s of Washington Street. Get social: Twitter: 8degreesbrewing  ¦ Facebook: eightdegreesbrewing  ¦ Instagram: eightdegreesbrewing Hashtag: #festivale About Eight Degrees Brewing Eight Degrees Brewing is an award-winning independent Irish craft brewery based in Mitchelstown, Co Cork. Renowned for its innovation and experimentation, it was established at the foot of the majestic Galtee mountains by Scott Baigent and Cameron Wallace in 2011. Eight Degrees Brewing is passionate

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The Double Irish DIPA

The Double Irish is back. The bigger, bolder brother of our much loved, multi-award winning The Full Irish Single Malt IPA has returned – with an extra hint of mischievousness thrown in. Using 100% premium Irish malted barley, this elegant unadorned malt profile allows us to showcase all that’s great about New World hops. With Enigma and Mosaic joining Citra and Amarillo, this really is a showcase for these heavy hitting hops. Expect a tropical fruit explosion with plenty of residual pine hop flavours. Big, bold – and naturally adventurous. (Still goes really well with a Dutch sandwich.) Short description: Heavy hitting hops of the New World. Style: Double IPA Hops: Citra, Amarillo, Mosaic, Enigma Malt: Irish pale ale malt, Irish lager malt ABV: 8.8%. All the eights! IBUs: 98 IBUs Tasting notes Colour/appearance: warm golden colour with a white head. Aroma: a full-on juicy hop aroma with fruity cantaloupe melon to the fore and a substantial resinous backbone. Flavour: luscious balanced bitterness. Flavours of dried mango and bitter orange marmalade with a solid pine resin bitterness. Aftertaste: full bodied with a delicious zesty finish. Food pairings Like the last brew, there’s nothing meek or retiring about this beer; something to keep in mind when figuring out what to pair it with! Full-bodied and luscious, we’re going to stick with spatchcocked tandoori chicken, served with a mango / pineapple / chilli / mint salsa, or a spicy Asian pork salad (don’t hold back on the chilli). The sweet mango flavours also work with carrot and pineapple cake and it’s well worth trying with a slab of sticky, fresh ginger gingerbread. Launch Date: First launched February 2016, re-launched August 2016. Serving temperature: 8 degrees Celsius Availability: 330ml bottles and draught. Get social: #DoubleIrishDIPA

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Best in Ireland for Wayfarer at World Beer Awards 2017

We were delighted to learn this morning that we had some significant wins at the World Beer Awards 2017 held in London as part of the GBBF. ​We took Best in Ireland in the sour beer category for our Wayfarer Sour IPA. We also received the following accolades: Bronze – Barefoot Czech Style Pilsner Silver – Citra Single Hop IPA Silver – Amber Ella Amber Ale ​In 2016, we won two Best in Ireland awards with The Full Irish Single Malt IPA and Knockmealdown Irish Stout chosen as the Irish winners of the IPA and stout categories, respectively. We’re thrilled to be producing some of the best beers to come out of Ireland! Read more: Best in Ireland for Eight Degrees Brewing at World Beer Awards World Beer Awards The World Beer Awards, established in 2007, celebrates the world’s best beers, ales, lagers, stouts and porters. Entrants are tasted blind and marked to an agreed and strictly enforced marking system. As well as aroma, flavour, appearance/condition, mouthfeel and finish the judges look for beer with balance, character, complexity and quality. All 2017 winners are online here: www.worldbeerawards.com

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Redcurrant Rhubarb Berliner Weisse

This summer we have created something special: a mixed grain, mixed fermentation Berliner Weisse. A grain base of 50% malted barley and 50% wheat plus a mixed culture fermentation creates a sweet and sour treat steeped in Germanic tradition. The ale yeast combines with lacto bacteria to work side by side in symbiotic harmony to bitter the beer. Add some ripe redcurrant sweetness and rhubarb – just like the brewery lads’ favourite mammy treat, the humble rhubarb tart – and you have yourself free love in a glass. THE thirst quenching, summertime beer from Eight Degrees. Short description: Infused with redcurrant and rhubarb. Style: Berliner Weisse Hops: Saaz, plus redcurrants and rhubarb Malt: Irish lager malt, malted wheat. Strength: 3.1% ABV – yes, you read that correctly. NOT 31% as someone wondered recently. Bitterness: 7 IBUs Tasting notes Colour/appearance: A glorious, sparkling pink! (To make the boys wink.) Aroma: Sour and sharp with redcurrant fruit. Flavour: Bright and zippy sweet-sharp flavours, with redcurrant predominating. It’s a fruity Dib Dab sherbet. Aftertaste: super refreshing with a dry lactic tang in the finish. Food pairings Summertime beer! With such a low ABV and palate-cleansing tart flavours, this is a beer to quaff while the sun shines and you eat your way through a barbeque’s worth of bold, sweet / savoury / smoky flavours. Skip the white wine and try it to brighten the flavours in chicken shawarma, to cosy up to grilled sweetcorn and aubergines or to cut through pulled pork and spiced lamb. Bring on the summer. Launch Date: August 2017. Serving temperature: 8 degrees Celsius Availability: Draught only (30L and 50L kegs) Get social: #EDBBerlinerWeisse

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