La Aurum birra al farro, dal colore opalescente e dorato con riflessi ramati, 5,6° alcolici, Birra dissetante, presenta una schiuma bianca, compatta e persistente. Aroma delicato, acidulo, con note di erbaceo, fieno, camomilla, paglia e crosta di pane. Nel degustarla si scoprono sapori di frutta e un leggero amaro.
– Ingredienti: acqua, malto, farro, zucchero, luppolo, lievito. Il farro proviene dal nostro Appennino.
– Temperatura di Consumo 7/8°
– Gradazione alcolica: 5,6% vol. alc.
– Bicchiere consigliato per la degustazione: alto e stretto.
– Momento consigliato per la degustazione: Unica come aperitivo.
– Il birraio la berrebbe con: pesce, carne bianca, formaggi freschi e piatti leggeri.
Handicraft spelt beer
Lugh is a spelt beer, typical of the Celts, who used to drink “Lugnassad” during the important harvest festival , to thank the Earth for her gifts. Lugh was the god of the sun and of the fertility of nature, of intelligence and of all human abilities: his lance always ensured victory.
All the rites devoted to Lugh were intended to obtain rich harvests, a guarantee of survival during freezing winters.
Among all their harvests, the skilled Celt farmers had a preference for the spelt, a cereal which adapted very well to cold climates and heights, from which they were told to produce a beer giving immortality.
Organoleptic description: not-filtered beer, re-fermented in the bottle, opalescent and golden, with auburn glares. White, thick and lasting froth. Sourish flavour, with herbaceous, hay, camomile, straw and bread crust features. It presents a bitterish bouquet of fruit. Refreshing beer, ideal as an aperitif, it goes well with fish, white meat and green cheese.
Ingredients: water, malt, spelt, sugar, hop, yeast.
Grado Plato: 13.7 – Serving temperature: 7-8°C
To produce Lugh only local varieties of spelt are used, from the organic farming of “Montagnamica”, still deeply rooted in the traditions of the highlands, particularly linked to spelt cultivation.