Beer Brains Craft, Boilermaker, 0.33 L
Beer is a deep amber color with orange and reddish reflections.
Smooth, dry, slightly astringent, with a soft taste of beer carbonization combines tones of caramel malt, toffee, oak, muted shades of hops, soft nuances of pine, vanilla notes and warming whiskey.
The flavor of beer is dominated by sweet tones of roasted malt and caramel, shades of cookies and sweet breads, notes of vanilla, pine and soft nuances of hops.
Beer goes well with pork, spicy dishes, meats, cheeses.
Boilermaker - English IPA copper-red color, which is made from hops Chinook, Simcoe, Cascade and Willamette and maturing on oak chips in barrels of whiskey Penderyn. This ale combines art of distilling and brewing, to create an epic Welsh IPA with aromatic notes of citrus, pepper, vanilla and warm nuances of whiskey. In the US, Boilermaker ("boilermaker") is a mixture of beer and whiskey, or a way to use these two drinks, when the first gulp of whiskey drink, then slowly sipping beer.
Brains Brewery was founded by Samuel Arthur Brain in 1882 in Cardiff. Production was located in the territory of the Victorian brewery. Ambiguous slogan of "All you need - a" Brains "" plays with the owner's name, which in English means "brains." In 1997, the company acquired Hancock's Brewery and the oldest brewery Wales - Crown Buckley, so the honorary title of the oldest Welsh brewery was transferred to SA Brain & Company Ltd. After the closure of the brewery Crown Buckley beer under the brand name "Buckley's" have been producing at a factory in Cardiff, preserving the original recipe, and even used the old brewery yeast strain.
During its existence, the brewery Breyns retained its independence remains a genuine family-owned company to the Welsh character. On the brewery runs only about 40 people, most of them transmit their skills from generation to generation. Beer under the trademark "Breyns" is very popular in the West of England and Uellse. Special pride of SA Brain & Company is the sponsorship of the Welsh Rugby Union and the title of the official beer Football Association of Wales and the cricket team Glamorgan.