Multi-award winning beer AMMOUSA English IPA 330ml
"AMMOUSA English IPA & ginger" is a beer with a deep cloudy copper color and a strongly complex flavor with aromas of ginger, citrus, melon and watermelon. Aromas that completely flood the palate causing an intense taste journey through flowers and fruits and ending with the ideal bitterness of hops. It combines excellently with grilled meat and in general with salty or spicy flavors rich in seasonings and spices.
"AMMOUSA English IPA" has been distinguished and awarded by eight competitions in the last five years. Specifically:
In 2017, he took 2nd place in the Panhellenic home brewing competition held by the Association of Amateur Brewers of Greece
In 2018 he received a star at the Great Taste Awards global tasting competition held in London. It was awarded and characterized as one of the best in the world.
In June 2019, she received the highest distinction by winning the Platinum award at the taste-quality competition Olymp Awards - Food and Drinks Competitions 2019, continuing her journey in the world of flavors after the award at the Great Taste Awards 2018.
In November 2019 he won a Double Gold Medal at the European Beer Challenge global beer tasting competition held in London.
In February 2020, it was awarded first place in its category in the taste test, by Beer & Bar Magazine.
In April 2021, it was awarded first place Best Platinum Food from all product categories at the Athens Fine Food Awards by Expotrof.
In April 2021, it was awarded a Bronze Medal at the London Beer Awards.
In April 2021, it also competed and was awarded a Bronze Medal by the Greek Beer Awards.
In September 2021, it received a star at the Great Taste Awards global tasting competition held in London.
In March 2022, it got two stars at AFFA22 held in the context of the 8th EXPOTROF
Red, fermented and unpasteurized beer. Known for its unique taste of caramelized malt and the subtle bitterness that the hops provide. With aromas of caramel, citrus and flowers. Produced with the Real Ale philosophy