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Quidi Vidi Iceberg

Light/Pale Lager

St. John's, NL (Canada)

Alc.: 4.5%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

A strong grain aroma from the malt comes first and foremost, but it’s followed by a sharp, zesty citrus note, and a grassy hops that’s fresh and invigorating.

Taste

Taste follows the nose pretty closely on this beer. The lightly toasted grain malt is the backbone of the entire taste experience. The citrus note is more mellow in flavour than aroma, and combines well with the grassy and slightly floral hops for a pleasant taste all around. Smooth bodied and with only a slightly dry finish, this is an easy drinking lager.

Pairing

A perfect pub-food brew - nachos, the burger, so long as its filling and leaves you satisfied.

Sight

Pours a pale, straw colour with a clear body and low carbonation. Next to no head to speak of after the pour.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 3
Style
American-Style Lager
Recommended Stemware
Pint

Description

Newfoundland has been no stranger to culinary and brewing ingenuity, but over the past twenty years, a renaissance of craft brewing has spread across the islands. Brewpubs have popped up relying on ingredients sourced from the locale. One such brewery has recently enjoyed its 25th anniversary, and now you get to taste what close to three decades of local brewing has to offer. Quidi Vidi Brewery is located on the water and sports a full slate of beers available on tap and in cans. QV has been making beer since 1996, having converted a former fish plant into their brewing facility. The brewery also rocks a collection of choice clothing merchandise for the discerning beer drinker who needs to get their hands on the elusive “t-shirt”. The Iceberg is an American-style lager with a smooth body and light citrus zest. Made from water harvested from Newfoundland’s icebergs, it has the purest beginnings. Serves well at 8°C and can stay in the beer cooler for up to six months.

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