Anchor, Steam Beer, 355 ml
Beer is a deep amber color.
The taste of beer is fantastically balanced between sweetness and bitterness, with hints of roasted malt, toast, caramel, cookies, herbal hop bitterness, delicate berry nuances and lingering aftertaste.
The aroma of beer - sour-sweet, with notes of bread, caramel and hops.
Beer goes well with snacks, a variety of appetizers, burgers, fish dishes, shellfish, pork, barbecue, spicy and sharp cheeses.
Anchor, Steam Beer - a unique beer, which appeared in the lineup Anchor Brewery in 1971. It has a deep amber color with a thick creamy froth, rich flavor and distinctive aroma. The process of making beer Steam combines a deep respect for the traditions of crafting brewing decades and the evolution that led to the unique approach: mixing pale and caramel malt, fermented with lager yeast at high temperatures typical of the production of ales in small fermentation in the open air and delicate carbonation natural method called "kräusening".
Steam - the word of the XIX century, the pseudonym of beer brewed on the West Coast of America under primitive conditions and without ice. The name's origin is shrouded in mystery, but probably refers to the practice of the initial fermentation of beer on rooftops in San Francisco in a cool climate. Instead of ice beer after fermentation cooled naturally by the foggy night air, creating steam from the warm outdoor pots. So, Steam has become a synonym for any beer California or the West Coast, brewed in these conditions. Today the word "Steam" is a trademark of Anchor brewery and only applies to the manufacture of special process flagship Steam Beer Beer - sample classic American brewing tradition since 1896.