Rich top-fermented ale
A. Le Coq & Co was established in 1807. Production was moved from London to Tartu at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1912 A. Le Coq was chosen as the official supplier of the Russian emperor’s court and Imperial Extra Double Stout, which was brewed in Tartu, became available throughout the empire.
Imperial Ale is a top-fermented beer with a rich flavour bouquet. There is a perfect balance between the delicious bitter taste of hops and the sweetness of malt. The copper colour that characterises the best ales adds a respectability indicative of its imperial past.
Bitterness 18 IBU • Colour 19 EBC • Wort density 13.1%P
|water, barley malt, wheat malt, barley, hops, hop extracts.|
100 ML of product contains on average:
|Energy content||207 kJ / 49 kcal|
|incl. saturated fatty acids||0 g|
|incl. sugars||0 g|
Try with this:
Spicy Asian and Mexican dishes
Stronger cheeses, such as Cheddar, lighter blue cheese