A bright amber beer with a thick and full-bodied head. Its scent contains notes of cereals and sweet biscuits, accompanied by light nuances of citrus fruits in the background which, as the beer becomes warmer, turn into nuts and white chocolate.
A continuous evolution to the very last sip. Its taste has a striking sweetness accompanied, again, by notes of nuts and biscuits, as well as ripe fruit, vanilla and citrus fruits, which round up its complexity.
Water, barley malt, hops, sugar, yeast.
By the end of the 90s, Teo felt like he needed to select a new yeast strain to mark out his beers. After a long time researching on different kinds of fermentation, Teo identified a unique type of yeast with great notes yet unmanageable. This strain has been isolated after studying Islay’s Scottish whiskey fermentation. Due to his rebel nature, it took several years of tests before - finally - being able to use it in 2004. This year marks the birth not just of a brand new beer but also of a fundamental milestone in Baladin history.