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Cerveza rubia


4% Alc.Vol.


Low Fermentation


Fermented in tanks for 8 weeks

A little history of

this style from

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson (1942-2007), was an English writer and journalist, who considered beer as a component of culture, and described each type of beer in its cultural context.


“Lager means to guard, In German lager means bed, field, stockade or storeroom. Lager is a beer fermented with a yeast that works at low temperatures and is stored in tanks for maturing at a temperature of around 0º C.

A lager fermented at classic low temperatures and matured in cold for months not weeks is a delicious drink, frothy and smooth and cannot be equalled by others which are brewed with greater haste.

Cold storage was originally a method of conserving the beer during Summer months, a time when brewing was not possible. The Bavarians put their barrels of beer in freezing cold caves in the foothills of the Alps, learning empirically that not only did it prevent the beer from turning bitter, but it also provided greater stability”.
Jackson, M. (1994). The World Guide to Beer. Barcelona: Blume.

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Red Ale Beer


4,5% Alc.Vol.


High Fermentation


Fermented in tank for 6 weeks

ORDUM RED ALE

“Una cerveza roja de estilo irlandés. De alta fermentación. Sin filtrar ni pasteurizar”

A little history of

this style from

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson (1942-2007), was an English writer and journalist, who considered beer as a component of culture, and described each type of beer in its cultural context.


“La suave lluvia, las frescas brisas y el fértil suelo de Irlanda han producido cebada desde hace, por lo menos, cinco mil años, y parece ser que algún tipo de cerveza se elaboraba ya entre los celtas de Irlanda desde la edad de bronce y a principio de la de hierro. Se dice que san Patricio disponía de su cervecero particular, y los monasterios de la Irlanda medieval siguieron la misma práctica. En el siglo XVII, la producción de cerveza constituía una industria casera, manejada normalmente por mujeres: las alewives, las mujeres cerveceras”.
Jackson, M. (1994). The World Guide to Beer. Barcelona: Blume.

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