We believe that new things can be good things and might become a tradition. We believe in new beginnings and in our strength to offer a good beer. That’s why we challenge you to try a new beer, an Urban Beer produced in Sibiu, for moments of joy.
The first thing you experience is the beer’s appearance – gold, copper, brown or dark, filtered or unfiltered, with an appropriate thick foam, it is always challenging. The color and its clarity should be noticed as well at the beer’s appearance
Tasting of a craft beer is always appealing and follows immediately after smelling the beer and perceiving its aroma. You think: “is its taste soft sweet, sour, more or less bitter”? Does it feel the taste of a roasted malt or a general one?”
Ingredients contribute to the aromatic quality, flavors being released once the beer warms. Hold the glass closer and take a deep breath, try to feel the flavors. Few drinks can have such a diverse range of flavors from natural ingredients.
A proper glass might intense the flavors perception, enhance easily the aromas and bubbles, so less carbonation is ingested. No matter how good is a craft beer, if it is served in a plastic cup, it won’t be so appealing. The stronger is the beer, the smaller should be the glass to be served with.
Strong flavored foods should be matched with light flavored beers
Most lager craft beers of average strength are served chilled. Many ale beers or stronger ones are enjoyed at a temperature closed to a cellar temperature.
Soul of beer, contribute to its flavor and color, being a cereal that has been partially germinated and then slightly roasted
Add aroma and bitterness to the craft beer and balances malts sweetness
During the fermentation process, it consumes the sugar and release alcohol and flavor
Depending on the region, water has variable minerals that contributes to the beer’s flavor
Shows the level of primary extract
“Standard Reference Method” refers to the beer’s color
“International Bitterness Units” measures the hops contribution to the bitterness
“Alcohol by Volume” measures the alcohol content