Here at Noisy Budgie, we currently create our 3 fabulous CORE Beers! An IPA, an American Pale Ale and our Baltic Porter.
Our Master Brewer created these beautiful brand new funky, cool beers designed and dedicated to the 21st Century.
Our sensational beers are designed for the summer, golfers, wind surfers, surfers, lazy people, active people, winter, men, women and children over 18. In fact - EVERYONE!
"Without a doubt, the best beers in Espana!" - Piers
Noisy Budgie AMERICAN PALE ALE
First out of the Budgie cage is the classic APA style beer but delivered with a Noisy Budgie character.
Our American Pale Ale beer is outrageous! What we have created with our APA is a hazy-ish beer with distinct yeast esters. Spicy, fruity, smooth and with a full body. It is Chinook hopped and has a very distinctive aroma of citrus, mango, spices and ginger. Hopped to hell. You can easily drink this beer all day! It pairs perfectly with Mediterranean cuisine and our GOURMET TAPAS!
CAUTION – EXCEEDINGLY EXCELLENT!
This beer is Cool, it's local, authentic and has sunny, summery vibes.
Noisy Budgie BALTIC PORTER
The second to escape is this amazing Porter style of beer. This is our VERY SPECIAL Porter!
OMG, This is ADDICTION in all its terms! Toffee, Coffee, Caramel, Chocolate, Vanilla and Coconut all in one glass! After this you WILL be able to die a happy person. It's delicious and mouthwatering. But this is no "Old World" beer. This is a 21st Century Porter designed for 21st Century customers!
CAREFUL – OUTSTANDINGLY SUPERB!
Noisy Budgie INDIA PALE ALE
This beautiful beer is made with locally sourced ingredients, and its WONDERFUL!
This beer brings together the ingredients, flavors, tastes and feel of Spain. This beer is a very aromatic, drinkable and balanced beer. An easy drinking, beer with a hoppy taste and aroma making it clean, crisp and appealing. It is exploding with Chinook, Simcoe and Mosaic Hops. But this is no "Old World" beer. This is a 21st Century IPA. all wrapped up with a wee bit of spice! Even the spices are local!
WARNING – HIGHLY ADDICTIVE!
DID YOU KNOW THAT.....
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first known use of the term "India pale ale" is an advertisement in the Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser in 1829.
It was also referred to as pale ale as prepared for India, India ale, pale India ale, or pale export India ale, the high hop content preserving the beer for the long journey from England to India.