fruit beer


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fruit beer

n.
Beer to which fruit, such as cherries, or fruit syrup has been added for a second fermentation.
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St Peter's Fruit Beer, Elderberry (Waitrose and elsewhere, pounds 1.
This will get lost on shelf as consumers will get confused as to the difference between rose sparkling wine end traditional already widely available fruit beer.
Other Miller Brewing Company winners were: Gold -- Leinenkugel's Berry Weiss, Fruit Beer or Vegetable Beer -- Hamm's, American-Style Lager Silver -- Henry Weinhard's Classic Dark, American-Style Dark Lager Bronze -- Frederick Miller's Classic Chocolate Lager, Herb and Spice Beer About Miller Brewing Company:
Shigemitsu Hozumi runs Japan's smallest brewery in the mountain resort of Karuizawa, offering English ale and fruit beer among a variety of brews only recently produced.
A wild and woolly 10% abv fruit beer from Founders, brewed with mango and Michigan-grown habanero peppers.
Minor classics like Celis Raspberry from Michigan Brewing, Bell's Cherry Stout from that same state's Kalamazoo Brewing and New Glarus Brewing's Wisconsin Belgian Red, a forcefully fruity cherry ale, have brought the once-ridiculed concept of the fruit beer to the masses and won considerable praise for their efforts.
The brewery's existing premier beers have been given a new look with a brand new beer, known simply as Liefmans Fruit Beer (4.
The Californian raisin brew was named World's Best Fruit Beer in the World Beer Awards 2007.
Everyone is familiar with pilsner, but how many women know about the banana-nosed joys of Bavarian-inspired wheat beers, of the splendid aperitif qualities of a well-crafted fruit beer, or how a dry IPA cuts across the fattiness of roast meat in a scintillating fashion in which red wine can only hope to cope?
The company said it had employed a design agency to look at Cobra's packaging across the board, particularly its fruit beer Cobra Bite.
The fruit beer Kriek, a lambic beer made using yeasts naturally present in the air to ferment it, was like drinking cherryade.