Inedit is a beer with a different look on the beer shelves. The designers at the Spanish Estrella Damm brewery have made a beautiful bottle that makes me think about champagne bottles. The bottles therefore easily stand out next to beer cans and 0.5 litre and 0.33 litre beer bottles in Norwegian supermarkets.
The beer is sold in 0.75 litre bottles. It is especially made as a beer to go with food. Inedit is supposed to be enjoyed from white wine glasses, and the bottle should be kept cold in an ice tin. All this promises an exclusive beer. But what about the content in the bottle? According to the brewery Inedit is a combination of lager beer and wheat beer. I therefore chose to try out Inedit in a wheat beer glass.
Inedit is a pale coloured beer with a lot of carbonation, but it builds a medium sized head. In the nose there is banana and a touch of malts. The beer is sweet with some bananas and herbs. In all, Inedit is not a stellar beer. I find it pretty average, but perhaps it would be be much better than a boring San Miguel or Estrella Damm pale lager with a plate of tapas?
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