Black ale that lives up to its big reputation; sweet, resinous and surprising. Given an ‘Exquisite’ rating at the Bellavita – Excellence of Italy exhibition in London, 2015, and ‘Grande Birra’ status by Slow Food, Aerisis should be on the bucket list of all beer lovers. Balsamic is the dominant flavour; Mosaic hops lend a spiky undertone; and a kick of hot pepper comes through in the after taste.
Feder Birra Rome Awards
2015 Silver Medal - Best Italian Beer
Brussels Beer Challenge
2013 Bronze Medal - Dark IPA
2012 Bronze Medal - Dark IPA
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Untappd Rating: 3.94
Gutsy Belgian-style dark ale with warming, bitter finish. Six different varieties of malt and three kinds of hops serve to imbue this potent ale with a nuanced and sophisticated character; sweet and hoppy with lingering notes of coffee, liquorice and chocolate. A spiced bitterness comes through in the aftertaste. The Italian Beer Guide marks it as a “birra slow” thanks to its high “organoleptic value”.
De Dochter's Embrasse blends what's best about Belgian stronger, darker ale; English olde ale and perhaps barley wine. Incredible aromas with awesome complexity and balance. Taste is sweet berry and dry fig, dry malt and hints of bitter chocolate. Full in body, but finishing surprisingly dry and effortless on the palate.