Labi Prestige: la AMBRATA
Brought to India by the English in the 800’s, this IPA is vaguely exotic and is a great compliment to spicy and bittersweet cuisine. Not to be combined with extremely hot dishes because of its great hopping, it can really challenge your taste buds.
You’d thrive tasting it with first courses based on shellfish, in a bitter-sweet contrast which will balance, or with seasoned or herb cheeses.
Its English roots and the hop that gives its best with greasy food, makes this beer go well also with fried fish such as fish&chips.
Hamburger with crunchy bacon, pork ribs or grilled lamb are welcome.
It is surely a charismatic beer, but it can also be sly if you pair it with white chocolate dessert, coconut, exotic fruit.
Despite the ethnic origins and the radical–chic being, this beer loves pizza: lard, burrata cheese, bacon and rosemary, gorgonzola and speck.
Volume: 330ml x 15