Lime, lager and right in the gullet
Svaneke's Mexican Lager – when it gets too sultry under the sombrero.
Mouthwatering, crisp and weightless.
Taste: A good shot of lime complements the profile of lemony hops and provides a cool poncho.
Goes well with: Spicy food.
Alcohol: 4,6 vol. %
Bottom fermented. ~ 15 IBU
International Bitterness Units (IBU) is a term used to describe how bitter a beer is.
The higher IBU, the more bitter the beer is. The kind of beer high on the IBU scale are tyical IPAs.
Svaneke Bryghus works with top fermented and bottom fermented beer.
In short, it describes the yeast type used in the beer and how they each work with the beer.
Bottom fermented vs. top fermented
Bottom fermented yeast typically takes longer to ferment and is often used in Lager or Pilsner beer.
Top fermented yeast is quicker to ferment and is most often used in Ale types such as American Pale Ale, Brown Ale and Indian Pale Ale.
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