Beer St. Austell, "Proper Job", 0.5 L
Beer golden / amber light.
The taste of beer refreshing, smooth, medium density, sweet notes of caramel, pastries and tropical fruits that are well balanced with bitter hop undertones, nuances of pine trees, flowers and citrus.
The aroma of beer is filled with rich fruit tones with dominant notes of pineapple, lemon and grapefruit.
Beer goes well with appetizers, white meat, spicy dishes.
"Proper Job" - a strong ale, which is a modern interpretation of an English IPA light. El made from pure spring water from Cornwall, grown in the same light malt varieties Maris Otter and three varieties of imported hops - Willamette, Cascade and Chinook, which fill "Proper Job" noticeable hints of pine resin, spices and citrus. El was the winner in the category of bottled beer in the "CAMRA's Champion Bottled Beer" in 2011 and 2013.
El "Prope Jobe" was created by head brewer St Austell Roger Riemann in 2005. It was conceived as an India Pale Ale with the American "bias." Before that, Roger worked as a brewery with Bridgeport in Oregon and learned a lot about American hops, and which is used to create a "Proper Job".
Style beer and its name - a tribute to the soldiers of Cornwall, who have shown courage in 1857, during the Indian rebellion in the city of Lucknow, during which the English, who lived there, came under siege. The blockade lasted for four months, attacks on British bravely reflected the 32nd Cornish regiment. When the British were released, Queen Victoria sent a message to the regiment, thanking the soldiers for their diligence and courage - for a "proper job" ("proper job"), which they have done to save the lives of Britons. Four members of the regiment were awarded the Victoria Cross.