1 June 2017
Unique, brewed with care, from hemp, big time international, premiering, with a mango flavour and musical inspiration. If you’re a beer lover, the range of beer on offer for this year’s edition of the festival will catch your eye thanks to its broad selection of beers from around the world together with the craft beers of Castelló Beer Factory, Cannabeer and Birra&Blues.
Indeed it is from the bond between the art of beer and a passion for music comes the project of Birra&Blues (Valencia) with its 100% original products that you can try in the festival venue, such as the beer dedicated to the folk metal band Mägo de Oz or the coppered beer ‘Baron Rojo’, created in 2016 as a tribute to the rock band and awarded a silver medal in the category of Irish Red Ale.
Cannabeer from Segorbe (Castellon) specialising in craft hemp beer, which has chosen Rototom to exclusively launch its third recipe: an IPA called ‘Imperial’, a hoppy, strong (7.5 and 8 %) and that completes the triangle with ‘Original’ (Brown Ale) and ‘La Dorada’ (Blond Ale). And there is even more new additions: Castelló Beer Factory boosts its range with three new beers: ‘Porter’, ‘Fruit Ale’ (very light with mango) and ‘Session IPA’ (very dry and refreshing), which raises to seven the beers they have on offer.
Furthermore, the beers of the world marquee will bring, thanks to the Donegal Irish Pub, beers from over 12 countries such as Ireland, Chech Republic, Australia, Mexico, and Belgium, and of all kinds: port, double fermentations or toasted, among others. There is also gluten free beer.
Photos by Castelló Beer Factory and Montaje Barón Rojo – Birra&Blues