Top-fermented beer, golden yellow colour, white, fine and persistent head. Cereal and grassy aroma, given by the hop. Fresh taste, delicately bitter and pleasant; not very full-bodied, with a medium sweet finish.Buy Now
Light beer of high fermentation from 4,8% vol.
The colour is golden bright yellow; the foam is rich and persistent with fine grain.
The scent is combined by notes of grain and a nice herbal hopping touch. The body is slim, the taste is fresh, the carbonation is very pleasant and the drink extremely easy.
Refreshing and disengaged, a great companion for all occasions.
This beer, apparently so classic and traditional, has its own strength in the accurate selection of raw materials mixed with art by our brewer.
A great beer comes from strong roots and in our case, also from a huge passion!
The additional idea
Did you ever think about a beer popsicle? Melt some brown sugar in water and add LABI La BIONDA, fill the stamps and leave them in the freezer for a few hours.
|ALCOHOL % V/V||4,8|
|HOPS||Perle, Hersbrucker, Saaz|
|HEAD||White, fine, persistent|
|FLAVOUR||Delicately bitter and pleasant|
|AROMA||Cereal, grassy given by the hop|
This blond beer can be named as a German Ale and features a scent and taste of rich and fragrant grain and hop. Never above the line, always dynamic and adaptable to various occasions, it’s a beer with an easy soul and a light scent which you can pleasantly taste with first courses based on vegetables, either pastas or soups. According to the same concept of light dish–light beer, you will also have a nice compliment with soft cheese or white meats. Another helpful feature is the type of carbonation, such as bubbles. The great verve of the bubbles, makes it suitable for fried food or batters, and peanuts or chips for a friendly aperitif.
Zucchini and pumpkin seeds couscous
Light beers, fragrant and clear call fresh and low-fat dishes. Here’s an appetizing light couscous of zucchini with curry and pumpkin seeds.
Ingredients for 4 people:
— 400 gr of couscous
— 400 ml of water
— 5 zucchinis
— Pumpkin seeds
— Curry as you like
— Salt, pepper, extra virgin olive oil
Wash and cut the zucchinis in a round shape, then in quarters. In a pan, heat a spoon of oil with low heat. Put the zucchinis and adjust with salt, pepper and curry. Every once in a while, mix until they are cooked (approximately 15 minutes). A part, put in a casserole 400ml of water and coarse salt. Bring the water to boil, add a spoon of oil and the couscous.
Mix for two minute, turn off the heat and leave it to rest. After ten minutes, separate the granules of couscous, transfer it into a pan with zucchinis and stir-fry. In the end, add pumpkin seed as you like.
Serve the dish warm or cold.
The additional idea: serve the couscous in a glass with a parmesan cup or directly into it. Uncap LABI La BIONDA and… Enjoy your meal!
Recipe created by Elisabetta Scabio