Probably every brewer, developing his craft skills, would like to create a unique beer. Throughout history, many daredevils have managed to achieve the intended goal. An example is the Barleywine-style beer, brewed for the first time around 1870. It was created by separating the front wort (i.e. the most concentrated and rich in malt parts of the filtered mash), which then, after further "processing" in the brewhouse, was fermented. This way, the strongest, noblest and most expensive beers were produced. Our English Lord is just one of them. It is the fruit of cooperation between two friendly breweries (Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn and Piwowarownia) that create in harmony with tradition and nature. This highly malt, intensely aromatic and highly complex drink reveals its richness during unhurried tasting, showing us its multidimensionality.
Beer that requires attention and quiet tasting, reach for it only when you have enough free time that you can devote to it. It is derived from one of the most powerful styles of beer, which is barleywine. Sit back and discover in peace its multi-dimensional nature that evolves with each sip.
RECIPE NO.: XXXVI
Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, light caramel), hops, yeast.
|Non-returnable bottle||0.33 l|
|Energy:||430 kJ/102 kcal|
|including saturated fats:||<0.1 g|
|including sugars:||3.4 g|