BEERS There are many kind of beer that our experts choose for you:



English brown ales range from beers such as Manns Original Brown Ale, which is quite sweet and low in alcohol, to northeastern brown ale such as Newcastle Brown AleDouble Maxim and Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale. North American examples include Sam Adams Brown Ale and Brooklyn Brown Ale.


imgAmber ale is a term used in Australia, France and North America for pale ales brewed with a proportion of crystal malt to produce an amber colour generally ranging from light copper to light brown. A small amount of crystal or other coloured malt is added to the basic pale ale base to produce a slightly darker colour, as in some Irish and British pale ales.


img5 luppoli Bock Chiara (Bock Blond beer with 5 hop varieties) is a malted beer with a rounded flavour and a fruity aroma balanced by a definite but delicate bitter taste. The 5-hops recipe is perfect with white meats, mature cheese and cold cuts.


img6 Luppoli Bock Rossa (Bock Red beer with 6 hop varieties) is a malted malt with a rounded flavour marked by an aroma of toasted cereals and notes of caramel and licorice. It is ideal with red meats, tasty cheese, game and chocolate


imgCarlsberg is a 5% abv pale lager with a global distribution; marketed as Carlsberg Export in the UK (and brewed to a strength of 4.8% in that market) to avoid confusion with the UK Carlsberg lager which is brewed at 3.8% abv. (also called Carlsberg Lager, Carlsberg Beer and Carlsberg Pilsner). A 3.8% – 5% abv pale lager, first brewed in 1904. In Denmark the beer is often known as Hof (court) due to its Royal Warrant. This nickname was adopted into the brand in 1931 but discontinued in Denmark in 1991. The term is still used in other markets such as Sweden.


imgKronenbourg 1664, the company's main brand, is a 5.5% pale lager first brewed in 1952. A small amount of the Strisselspalt hop - a French aroma hop from Alsace, is used. The main Kronenbourg 1664 brewery is in Obernai (France), but the brand is also brewed in the UK by Heineken at its Manchester brewery at 5.0% abv, as well as in Australia by Fosters Group.


imgGolden color with apparent carbonation and a thin head with medium retention. Relatively bold aroma of grassy hops and bready malt. Flavor of sweet malt, grassy hops and booze. Not much else there. Light body with medium carbonation. Alcohol of 7.2% abv is felt more as a flavor rather than a warming sensation which would not be pleasant in this style.


imgSpecial Brew is a strong lager brewed in Denmark and the United Kingdom. It was initially brewed by Carlsberg to commemorate a visit to Denmark by Winston Churchill in 1950. In May 1951 two crates were delivered to Churchill's London home. In a thank you letter Churchill called the drink "Commemoration Lager".


imgGuinness is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725–1803) at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. It is brewed in almost 60 countries and is available in over 120. Annual sales total 850 million litres (1.5 billion imperial or 1.8 billion US pints)


imgThe beers marketed under the brand name Grimbergen are now brewed by two different companies. Alken-Maes located in Alken in Belgium brewed the beer before 2008. Alken-Maes was taken over by Heineken International in 2008. As part of the takeover the brand name Grimbergen was transferred to Carlsberg Group, but Heineken was given a long-term license to use the brand name in Belgium.