This golden-yellow-colored beer was very popular in Northern Germany.
The addition of salt and coriander is helping bring some structure despite the alcohol content. Perfect with hors d'oeuvres of raw fish.
It's bursting with aromas of peach, pineapple, citrus fruits as well as a little spicy kick thanks to coriander.
In the mouth, it tastes citrusy, sour and salty at the same time!
The artisan who made it
A dream of two brothers - the Amiata Brewery is, as the name suggests, a brewery located in the Amiata mountains in southern Tuscany. Started in a garage, from a passion for producing craft beers, the brewery has moved to a dedicated building but the passion is still very much alive. Using only local ingredients, clean water from the mountains, the purer the better, Amiata chestnuts, saffron and honey, from which the area is best known for, they only import the very best malts and hops from all over the world to produce their fantastic and truly unique craft beers.