Something is going on in Crete, but we cannot quite put our finger on it. When someone talks about Cretan products one would think of olive oil, wine and raki. The way things are developing, we will soon have to add beer among those, considering how many good microbreweries are now established there. As you can understand, the beer we are going to try today is from Crete, more specifically from Heraklion, and she is no other than KASTA American Pale Ale.
Near the rim of the glass we have a light, white foam of medium duration which forms a crown after a while. Underneath it we have her fully matured, dark orange body which releases strong odors of malt and notes of conifer trees. When we sip her, we feel the strong malty character of hers with bitter and sour aftertaste from grapefruit and citrus.
Considering all of her characteristics we would say that she is a perfect choice for you to complement any meal. Her brewers suggest serving her at 4-7 Centigrade and as always enjoy responsibly.