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Three Buddies RUSTY Extra Special Bitter

Three Buddies RUSTY Extra Special Bitter


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Extra Special Bitter or classic English top-fermented beer, served in local pubs for centuries, only in the nineteenth century. earned the adjective “Bitter”. This word was supposed to distinguish it from the second favorite beer of the British Isles – much lighter – Mild Ale and at the same time make it easier to order beer in the bar. Remember that we are talking about a time when there were no “nakranniki” or beer boards in pubs ;). The words Extra and Special historically meant stronger beers, after all, British beer culture is primarily light beers.

Rusty, therefore, is a purebred English beer, which – to reproduce the classic pouring with a hand pump – we saturated with nitrogen, not carbon dioxide. So expect a compact foam with small bubbles, malt and caramel aroma with notes of classic English hops, and a lot of creaminess and pleasant fullness with elegant bitterness at the end.

Hops: CTZ, East Kent Goldings, Endeavour

Container Vol.

Bottle 500ml




Bright lager

Original Gravity

14 BLG



EAN 5905669479936

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Our approach is very simple. This is how we started and this is how we will always brew. Beer is always in the first place for us - it must be of the highest quality. Brewed without haste, carefully thought out and refined. Without any flaws. Exactly what we would like to drink ourselves. Our ambition is to boast world-class beer. How do we do it? First of all, we use the best quality ingredients - excellent malt, super aromatic and maximum fresh hops from the USA, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. Our yeast gets perfect conditions for a healthy, turbulent and clean fermentation, and the immaculately clean and devoid of oxygen-killing bottling completes the work. Simple, right?