Flavor Infused Craft Beers.
The simplicity of combining herbs and tea during the brewing process offers brewmasters an endless array of flavor combinations to enhance the subtle nuances and flavor profiles of their brews.
Tea remains one of the most popular and versatile infusions. It has a wide range of unique floral and herbal aspects that innately complement a range of hop varieties. The flavour range varies by variety to include a breadth of flavors; citrus and floral, robust, bitter, sweet, fruity, roasted and woody.
The familiar taste of brewed tea has an appeal that has won over many non-beer drinkers, resulting in an increase in popularity of this specialty beer category.
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BLACK TEA: KENYAN
Full-bodied, brisk black tea taste.
Spicy, slightly sweet with mild heat.
Slightly bittersweet. Apple and honey notes.
Slightly spicy and sweet flavor
Lemony citrus flavor.
EARL GREY BLACK TEA
Medium bodied black tea with
Citrus overtones with heat to finish.
Lightly smoked herbaceous flavor.
Tart with fruity notes.
Citrus with hints of lemon zest and
mint with grassy notes..
Slightly bitter, slightly citrus.
SANGRIA HERBAL BLEND
Tart, citrus and spicy.
CHAMOMILE: Dried chamomile leaves are slightly bittersweet with a note of apple and pleasantly aromatic. Pairs well with Pale Ales, American IPA, Hefeweizen, wheat beers and most hopped and dry-hopped ales.
CINNAMON: Its warm tasting, slightly spicy and sweet flavour is extremely aromatic. Pairs well with lighter lagers to heavier and Belgian Ales.
GINGER ROOT: Imparts citrus overtones with a spicy kick to finish. Pairs well with Belgian ales.
HIBISCUS: Imparts a sour and slightly bitter flavor with sweet and fruity notes. Pairs well with dry hopped pale ales.
LEMONGRASS: Infuse a citric quality with hints of lemon zest and mint, and noticeable grassy notes. Compliments beers hopped with a citrus character.
LEMON PEEL: Adds an intense citrus aroma and flavor. Adds a punch to pale beers, Belgian beers and Wheat beers.
ORANGE PEEL: Sweet orange peel provides a citrusy-sweet and aromatic quality without a metallic flavor. Adds depth to Belgians and strong Ales.
ROSEHIPS: These seedless Rosehips can add fruity notes as well as herbal flavors and aromas adding tartness and a tannic quality to the beer.