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Estrella Damm, the delicious Mediterranean lager, was born in Barcelona in 1876. The original recipe for this 100% natural beer has remained unchanged since, using only barley malt, rice, and hops - no additives or preservatives. In 2008, Estrella Damm received the gourmet touch of Ferran Adrià, one of the best chefs in the world.
The brewmasters at Damm paired with Chef Adrià and the sommeliers at elBulli with the intention of creating a special brew that could pair with meals. For that, this beer needed a more nuanced flavour and more contrast than a standard beer. The result is Damm Inedit, a beer that is completely different. Made using wheat and malted barley, the result lies somewhere in between a Belgian white beer and a Pilsner-style malted barley beer.
The wheat gives body, softness, and a cloudy aspect to the beer in the glass. Hops add fresh, grassy bitterness. Liquorice gives sweetness and aroma. Coriander brings complexity and a touch of spice. The orange peel takes centre stage, bringing bright complexity to the final flavour. Even complicated dishes pair well with this fine, chameleon of a beer. Damm Inedit was made for food. It can pair with sour, sweet, bitter, salty, spicy, and buttery dishes. Its dynamic nature is truly noteworthy.
Description of Damm Inedit 75cl
Damm Inedit 75cl
- Appearance: Damm Inedit 75cl is amber colour with high turbidity.
- Aroma: Excellent intensity and aromatic complexity. Very fruity and floral nose, with fresh yeast and hints of sweet spices.
- Body / Flavour: Creamy and fresh texture, soft volume and delicate carbonic . Long and affable finish.
BREWERY: Estrella Damm
FERMENTATION TYPE: Warm fermenting
BEER TYPE: Pale Ale
Estrella Damm emerges in the spring of 1872, when August Kuentzmann Melanie Damm and his wife left their native Alsace because of the war between France and Prussia. Like many immigrants of that time, chose Barcelona. In the late eighteenth century in Alsace, and spoke of the possibilities offered by the Mediterranean countries. Climate. Its cuisine. Their quality of life. Some countries also lived at the time the ferment of modernism.More about the Winery