Saturday, November 25, 2017

Beer Review: Going Italian With Birra Moretti La Rossa

Feeling that I wanted something different, I decided to take a look at another bee from outside the United States. In doing so, I decided to take a look at one from an Italian brewery. La Rossa is a Doppelbock from Birra Moretti which is a macro brewery based in Udine, Italy and a subsidiary of Heineken. What caught my eye about this one was the fine label and presentation of the beer which had a nice distinguished look to it. Sometimes labels can do that and be the one thing that becomes an initial difference maker when choosing a beer, and in this case it led to my selection.

La Rossa has an alcohol content of 7.2% ABV placing it nicely into what is the initial lower range of what one tends to expect from a Doppelbock. The beer overall did well from its defined amber color appearance through its character of a beer which I did enjoy over the period of time. But as to not give too much away, check out my video here and see why this one for me rated as 82 out of 100 on my scale.

And as always Cheers…and remember to Go Get Your Beer On!

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