Pale Ale 5.1 %

Lennuk

Light beer with lucerne extract. In addition to many vitamins, lucerne also gives our beer a pleasantly bitter and dry flavour.
Lucerne or alfalfa is a 5000-year-old herb which stimulates blood cell production and improves kidney and liver function as well as functioning of other internal organs. Contains minerals, vitamins and antioxidants that contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system.
The label is adorned with Nikolai Triik’s painting Lennuk (Lennuk was the ship of Kalevipoeg, from the Estonian national epic Kalevipoeg
Ingredients:

water, barley malt, alfalfa extract, hops, yeast

Hop varieties:

Pale, Vienna, Herkules, Saaz, Cascade

Info:

ABV 5.1 %, IBU 20

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Pale Ale 5.1 %

Lennuk

Light beer with lucerne extract. In addition to many vitamins, lucerne also gives our beer a pleasantly bitter and dry flavour.
Lucerne or alfalfa is a 5000-year-old herb which stimulates blood cell production and improves kidney and liver function as well as functioning of other internal organs. Contains minerals, vitamins and antioxidants that contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system.
The label is adorned with Nikolai Triik’s painting Lennuk(Lennuk was the ship of Kalevipoeg, from the Estonian national epic Kalevipoeg
Ingredients:

water, barley malt, alfalfa extract, hops, yeast

Hop varieties:

Pale, Vienna, Herkules, Saaz, Cascade

Info:

ABV 5.1 %, IBU 20

shop NOW

Artist

Nikolai Triik

Lennuk | 1910 | Tempera and pastel

Nikolai Voldemar Triik was an Estonian painter, graphic artist and art teacher. He worked at the Pallas Art School, running a painting studio there. Occasionally he also worked as a teacher of graphic art. Together with Konrad Mägi and Ants Laikmaa, Triik was one of the most important Estonian artists in the first half of the 20th century. Nikolai Triik’s body of work is very diverse. He has created a number of portraits, paintings, drawings, caricatures and landscapes.

Owner: Art Museum of Estonia https://ekm.ee/en/eesti-kunstimuuseum/

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Starts medium-bodied and sweet. Then gives way to … omg, grassland! Blooming meadows and flowers and grain and larks singing in a summery field!

Finishes with hints of sweetness, home brew, yeast, home sweet home, white bread, grandma’s apron and haylofts! The aftertaste is somewhat more bitter, reminiscent of golden bales of hay and marshy grassland, coolness of river bends and the power of the sun.

With a medium body, low carbonation, a silky palate and a sweet-bitter-sweet-sour-bitter bouquet of flavours, this beer is a TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE in your glass. If you’ve spent even one summer in the countryside, have had any contact with bales of hay and hay making and fields of grain and heard a lark singing, you’ll feel rather nostalgic while drinking this stuff.

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