In Argentina, beer is a popular beverage consumed throughout the year, with a particular focus on socializing and sharing with friends and family. It is often enjoyed as an accompaniment to food, especially during the traditional asado (barbecue).
Honey is often added to beers to add a natural sweetness and a unique floral character to the beer.
Tannat grapes are a type of grape grown in the Uruguay and Argentina, known for its high tannin content and rich, fruity flavor. Some breweries incorporate Tannat grapes into their beer to add a unique fruity and wine-like character to the beer.
Yerba Mate is a popular South American tea that is made from the leaves of a plant native to the region. Some breweries use Yerba Mate in their beer to add a unique, earthy and herbal flavor, and also for its energizing properties.
This results in a distinct flavor profile that is both complex and well-balanced.One of the most notable characteristics of Argentinian lager is its maturation process. Unlike many other lagers, which are typically fermented and then immediately packaged for distribution, Argentinian lagers are aged for several weeks or even months.
This aging process allows the beer to develop a deeper, more complex flavor profile, with notes of toasted bread, caramel, and a hint of fruitiness.
Our Argentinian lager beer is characterized by its crisp, clean taste and refreshing finish. One of the key elements that sets it apart from other lagers is its use of locally-sourced ingredients, including high-quality malted barley and hops.