A beer with a white head and a persistent finish, Rock’n’Roll has a deep color and a slight, homogeneous hazy appearance. The first peppery scents leave room to light spices and notes of cereals, with a balanced harmony between freshness and warmth.
Like in a modern musical, when sipped, the cereals sing their sweet notes while the ensemble of pepper, spices and hops supports them with a powerful counterpoint.
Water, barley malt, hops, spices in variable proportions, sugar, yeast.
If you say Rock’n’Roll, the first thing that comes to mind are great music festivals - Woodstock, the Isle of White Festival - and great bands and singers, from the Stones to Elvis, Patty Smith, The Who, U2 and The Clash, just to mention a few. Peppery and feisty artists! In 2012, on the occasion of the 100th issue of Rolling Stones magazine (Italian edition) , the Baladin creative machine created a beer to celebrate the event and the world of R'n'R.
A bold, fresh and peppery beer, aptly called Baladin Rock’n’Roll, which over the years has attracted - and still does - a large number of fans.