Sunday, February 24, 2008

Preservative-Free Beer with Natural Vitamin B

After a good ride on the mountain bike, one of the first things I look forward to is a good beer. I enjoy a refreshing, flavorful beer and my new favorite is Unibroue Ephemere. Unibroue doesn't use any preservatives and it is only partially filtered meaning that the lees remain in the bottle and serve as a natural source of vitamin B. All of this means, a smooth, flavorful replenishment. Cheers!

Information about my new favorite beer:

ÉPHÉMÈRE (apple)

White ale brewed with apple must

Redolent of ripe Granny Smith apples, this
unique white ale pleases the palate with a
delicate balance of fruit and spice notes and
just a hint of sweetness.

Éphémère apple satisfies with each sip and
refreshes in all seasons, especially when
paired with an artisan cheddar cheese, pork
tenderloin served with apple chutney or Vidalia
onion soup.

We developed the Éphémère (Ephemeral)
series to feature a seasonal fruit in a
refreshing, lightly spiced white ale.

The label depicts a fairy, an ephemeral spirit
associated with fruits picked at the peak of
ripeness during each harvest season.
Éphémère apple flavor is brewed with apple
must, which consists of the freshly-pressed
juice from apples.

Enjoy this beer 'alfresco' while dining in the
afternoon sun, relaxing at a family gathering or
at a picnic in the back yard.

Winner of 3 Gold Medals from the Beverage
Testing Institute since 2002

Unibroue Beers

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