Bottle Size: 11.2 fl ounces/ 330mL
Cost: $7.00 (At a restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen)
Alcohol (ABV): 5.4%
Background Information (via wikipedia):
The brand was founded by the immigrant Louis Moritz Trautmann in 1856. Trautmann was 25 years old at the time, and had moved from Pfaffenhoffen in France in 1851. The beer was initially brewed in a small factory in the Raval district of Barcelona. In 1864 the company moved to a larger brewery at Ronda de Sant Antoni. This factory was in use for a century and was closed in 1966 when production was moved to Parets del Vallès. But in 1978, due to financial difficulties caused by the energy crises, Moritz had to close down.
In 2004, the descendants of the Moritz family relaunched the brand. The beer is now produced under license in Zaragoza. The old factory building in Ronda de Sant Antoni has been rehabilitated to house the company offices, a museum of beer and a tasting bar.
Now let’s get to the beer!
Style: Euro Pale Lager
Appearance: The pour is a light straw/yellow color with a white head with a very short retention time.
Scent/Smell: Grains and faint maltiness. Not a lot going on here.
Taste: Sweet maltiness in the beginning leading to a faint hop bitterness, not much overall depth in terms of taste.
Mouthfeel: Highly carbonated, similar to that of a soda.
Drink with (food):
Just not much of a fan. The fact that I had to pay 7 dollars for this beer didn’t help either. Not planning on drinking this beer again, unless I am given on for free.
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