Beer Anchor, IPA, 355 ml
Beer pure amber.
The taste of beer refreshing, medium density, with citrus notes of orange, grapefruit and lemon peel, nuances of herbs, caramel, pine, red apples, dry finish.
The aroma of beer felt shades of pine, citrus, soft notes of cereal, apples, spicy herbal nuances.
Beer goes well with appetizers, salads, shellfish, grilled fish, cheeses.
Anchor, IPA is produced from two-row barley malt (grades Pale, Munich, Caramel) and fresh hops Cascade, Bravo, Apollo. In the process of dry hopping ale were added after fermentation hop varieties such as Citra, Nelson Sauvin, Haas Experimental No. 431. El is characterized by a clear amber color, complex aroma distinct, bright hop bitterness, malt depth and clean finish.
The label Encore, IPA artist James Stitt painted elephant. The term "see the elephant" it was very popular in the XIX century. It arose because of one story preceding the period of the California "Gold Rush." There once lived a farmer, who had heard about the elephants, but never seen. He was waiting for the day when he can at least catch a glimpse of a rare, exotic creature. When the circus came to town, the farmer had loaded his van and headed for fresh products on the market. On the way, as he had hoped, he came across a circus parade, led by a huge elephant. Farmer was delighted, but his horses were terrified. They stood on their hind legs and began to kick, knocking the van and spilling the precious contents of the road. "I spit on it" - said the farmer. "I saw an elephant!" Elephant has become a universal symbol of the "Gold Rush", "treasure" brave pioneers, adventurous.