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Moritz Red Ipa fresh

1 litre bottle
There's no doubt that we're not the first to make an IPA, but very few supply it straight from the brewery like we do. Moritz Red IPA is a beer with a characteristic, persistent, bitter note and a hint of caramel and nuts. With a creamy foam and aromas of floral hops, herbs and tropical fruit that it maintains in its tank, without pasteurisation. It's no surprise that it won a gold medal at the 2019 World Beer Awards.
Ingredients
Water, barley malts (four caramelized and roasted malts), Nugget, Saaz, Hallertau Tradition and Simcoe hops, and Moritz Ale yeast.
% Alcohol
5,4 % vol
€9.50 (IVA incl.)

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Characteristics

Elaboration

Elaboration

The first Moritz high fermentation beer which has recovered a traditional British style, India Pale Ale. The hops take centre stage, conferring an important tropical aroma and a remarkable, persistent, bitter note. For a balanced mouthfeel, we use four caramelised, toasted malts that also give it its unique reddish colour.

The result is a toasted beer with ruby glints and an adherent head. It has a persistent and bitter mouthfeel that is typical of its style with floral hops, herbal and tropical aromas. The caramelised, toasted malts add notes of caramel, liquorice and nuts, while the Ale yeast also adds aromas of Apple, peach, yellow fruit and raisins.

Tasting and pairing notes

Tasting and pairing notes

Taste / Tasting Note:

Type: Red India English Pale Ale.

Degree of alcohol: 5.4% vol.

Bitterness: 60 IBUS.

Color: 50 EBC (dark red with ruby ​​hints).

Foam: Reduced and adherent. Whitish

Aroma: Hop: a combination of floral, herbaceous and tropical. Yeast: apple, peach and ripe fruits. Malt: caramel, liquorice, coffee and nuts.

Body: Medium build.

Aftertaste: Persistent bitterness typical of the style.

Serving temperature: 6-7 ºC.

Flavor: Sweet notes of caramel and fruit that offset the generous bitterness.

Cup: Pint.

 

Pairing:

Burgers and sandwiches. Cured or semi-cured cheeses.