Sold in 70 countries worldwide, Kronenbourg 1664 is Frances No 1 selling beer and the Europe’s second biggest premium selling lager. Its unique recipe is distinguished by the use of the aromatic Strisselspalt hop the caviar of hops which sets it apart from other beers.
Absolut blue was first launched in 1979 in New York and soon took over the world. It is made from all natural ingredients and doesn’t even include sugar making it as pure a vodka can be. Rich full bodied and complex, yet smooth and mellow.
Over the last few years, Ace of Spades — the Champagne’s actual name is Armand de Brignac — has become one of the most popular Champagne brands on the market. Thanks to Jay Z purchasing the brand in 2014, Ace of Spades has become a staple at clubs, bars, and restaurants all over the country.
Prestige doesn’t come cheap. At nearly $300 a pop (and that’s just at retail), you should definitely know what you’re getting out of your opaque, gold bottle. Here are eight things to know about Ace of Spades Champagne to look like a boss during your next night out.
Alfalfa hay is an excellent source of good quality protein and fiber. Alfalfa is a legume hay in the pea family and is sometimes called “lucerne”. These hays are higher in protein and minerals and are more palatable than grass hays. Alfalfa in particular is high in energy and is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. When properly cured, alfalfa is the best of the legume hays from a nutrient standpoint. It has the most feed value of all the perennial pasture forages. Alfalfa is used as for horses, dairy cows, beef cattle, sheep, chickens, turkeys and other farm animals.
With its high nutritional quality, Alfalfa hay is one of the best and most popular horse feed varieties available. Alfalfa is included in the rations for young growing animals, breeding animals, and adult working horses. Its high protein, calcium and vitamin content make it especially useful in balancing rations for brood mares and young growing horses. Its palatability makes it especially popular for horses that are finicky about eating.
Alfalfa hay is harvested starting in early spring in southern states such as Arizona, and usually begins in May in northern Pacific Northwest states. Fields are cut several times each season, up to eight times in warmer growing regions. Nutrition is at its highest when Alfalfa is cut pre-bloom. This indicates that nutrition is maintained in the leaf and stem of the plant, instead of moving into the flower when the head is fully developed. Nutrition plays a large role in the quality and grading of Alfalfa, in addition to texture and color qualities that vary according to specific livestock requirements.
Anhydrous milk fat and butteroil are products consisting of more or less pure milk fat. Although they are modern industrial products, they have ancient traditional roots in some cultures. Ghee, a milk fat product with more protein and a more pronounced flavour than AMF, has been known in India and Arab countries for centuries.
Defined by Codex Alimentarius standard CODEX STAN 280-1973, Anhydrous milkfat, milkfat, anhydrous butteroil and butteroil are fatty products derived exclusively from milk and/or products obtained from milk by means of processes which result in almost total removal of water and non‑fat solids. Ghee is a product exclusively obtained from milk, cream or butter, by means of processes which result in almost total removal of water and non‑fat solids, with an especially developed flavour and physical structure.
Hailing from Holland, Bavaria Lager is a light, fresh beer with an ABV of 5%. Every single bottle of Bavaria exported to the UK is brewed and bottled at the original Lieshout brewery to preserve the unique, authentic taste that is popular around the world.
Beck’s is a pale German pilsner brewed by Beck’s Brewery headquartered in Bremen. The actual beer you drank was likely brewed in St. Louis, however, as Beck’s is wholly owned by AB InBev.
Pale Lagers as a style are usually straw colored, up to a light gold with a white head. The flavor is very light and dry with only slight malty sweetness. A little crisp hop bitterness without too much hop aroma.
Most “macrobrews” will be somewhat similar, though the stock “American” variant of Pale Lager like Budweiser or Miller will have a corn sugar flavor to them and likely be a bit lighter in body. Beck’s claimed to adhere to the German Beer Purity Law which would prohibit the use of an adjunct like corn.
Germany- Non-Alcoholic- Euro Pale Lager- A refreshing, non-alcoholic beer fully-fermented so that there is no need for pasteurization. It has a crisp, fresh taste that is sure to quench your thirst. Fully matured to lock in that signature Bitburger taste, Drive is also low in calories!