Extreme measures go into making this popular beer. In fact the process used to make Flame is called 'extreme brewing'. Malt and hops are first subjected to extreme heat and then concentrated to retain the flavour. The process ends with the beer being 'crash cooled' to sub-zero temperatures resulting in a smoother, easy drinking, and full strength beer.
Flame is a moderately bittered, full-bodied lager style beer. The beer is nicely balanced and has light refreshing fruity notes in the flavour and aftertaste. Whether it's hot or cold outside, Flame is a favourite of those who appreciate a well-crafted unique beer.
Ingredients: Water, malted barley, sugar*, hops, caramel**, hop extract
*Sugar can often be added to beer to add flavour and body. Don’t worry, because this doesn’t mean that the beer is packed with sugars, as most of the sugar is used by the yeast to create alcohol and carbon dioxide during fermentation.
**A dark brown liquid derived from the heating of carbohydrates. Caramel is used to supplement the colour from the malt and it also provides some flavour and mouthfeel.