Beck’s beer is a light and very pale Belgian ale and belongs to the category of German Pils beers. It is brewed since 1874 in respect of the 1516 German Purity Law that was passed to ensure ingredients quality and respect of the brewing process protocol. Beck’s is one of the most popular beers in Germany and is today worldwide sold.
It features a golden yellow colour specific to the Pils style of today, and is covered by a thin white head slightly creamy. It challenges the nose with aromas of sweet and light malt, along with aromatized hops scents.
Beck’s displays in the mouth sweet and fruity flavours reminiscent of round malt, just before the palate senses the herbaceous flavours and the fine bitterness that hops has left. Hops' release provides a hint of acidity followed by a dry and malted aftertaste. It is usually served from 8 to 10°.
Golden and clear yellow robe
Aromas of malt and hops
Sweet and fruity flavours, light bitterness