Brew Estate comes up with 8 flavors of its very own craft beer in house at Elante, Chandigarh. Yes, it reads just like this, and how it feels? Somewhat like a halogen balloon. In the growing world, even getting close to a micro-brewery with a fiveflavors of craft beer is a great deal, getting 8 such craft beer, each unique in itself is indeed a deal breaker!
Here’s a sneak peek!
1.Belgium Wheat: Belgium Wheat Beer – a top fermented beer, also known as “Witbier”. It gets its name and origin from Germany, and is brewed in Belgium style. One sip through it and it tastes like all the emotions put in one- tangy, fruity, spicy, but in all – REFRESHING! It appears cloudy in color due to the high content of wheat. Served with Orange garnish makes it a subtle Belgian style.
2. Munich Weizenbier: It is the second type of wheat beer, also a top fermented beer. It is brewed in two proportions – wheat and malted barley. It originates from Bavaria. It is pale or cloudy in color just like witbier (wheat beer), but has varying tastes with respect to yeast formation like banana, bubblegum or vanilla.
3. Premium Lager: It is a German beer, with a tincture of caramel flavor and a crispy taste but slightly on the bitter end. Premium Lagers are bottom fermented beer, generally having a Gold or Bronze color to it. One can easily confuse Premium Lager with Pale Lager or Pilsner, so here’s where Premium Lager can differentiate itself with the fact being free from adjuncts and having a soft carbonation.
4. Red Ale: It originates from Europe; the brewed Red Ale is special in its own kind, with a finish of red hues, and roasted malts, bold hop and a dry but authentic touch-up. It swings through tastes like butterscotch, caramelized, or a sweeter essence.
5. IPA: IPA – It stands for India Pale Ale, as its name suggests, it falls into the category of Pale Ale and is freshly brewed from the pale malt. Its gets its name from the history when the demand of export toIndia of pale ale became profound in England and eventually shared its history with other countries as well. It is known for its aroma, it is citrus, floral, fruitful as well as earthy, and bitter in taste.
6. Wheat wine: It is a product from the category of Strong ales.As the name reads, people conclude it as a derivative of grapes but the fact being, it is not a grape derivative. It instead is 50 percentile wheat malt, and it tastes somewhat like on a sweeter side with candy flavors and bready finish.
7. Hard apple cidar: It tastes like a wine, but with higher alcoholic content. “Hard Apple Cider” – It is a collaboration of apple juice and honey in its fermented form. It is a light beverage, often fruity but crisp in taste.
8. Porter: Porter is also one of a brownmalt by-product, originating from London. The name ‘Porter’ came into existence due to its wide popularity leading to import and export in porter for travelling goods to places. It comes in varying tastes namely – chocolate, caramel, toffee and bittersweet.
Note: The beers are subject to availability.