Some countries are inextricably linked with beer; Belgium, Britain and the Czech Republic for example. Other countries bring to mind wine; France, Australia and Argentina. Others are linked with spirits; Ireland, Russia and Poland. One country I had never thought of in connection with alcohol at all was Canada. Starting with the least alcoholic of the three, the 7.
The mineral makeup of water, beer's principal constituent, varies from place to place so much that there is significant regional variation even between beers made with the same recipe. It is estimated that beer is the third most widely consumed drink in the world, after water and tea, but it is certainly the world's most popular alcoholic beverage. This is not surprising given that beer is much simpler to make than wine or distilled beverages. Moreover, grape vines are not only harder to manage than cereal crops, they require several years to mature to fruit-bearing age and the fruit needs to be picked before they are ready for fermentation. Cereal crops, on the other hand, are relatively simple to harvest and can be easily stored as required
Pours a hazy deep golden colour with one finger of lasting white head and some lacing. Spicy aroma with some banana notes. Taste matches the aroma with some citrus notes. Creamy mouthfeel similar to Tripel Karmeliet with mid-high carbonation. Pours hazy yellow with white head.
Uffff flakitaaa eres una delicia, tu cuerpo esta delicioso, como me gustaria compartir la cama con mi mujer y contigo en un delicioso trio, en honor a ti le tomare unas fotitos a mi nena con un vestido igual al tuyo