Borsodi introduces limited edition Tropical Ale
Borsodi Brewery is set to introduce a limited edition top-fermented beer called Borsodi Tropical Ale in the second half of April, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The ale is made with a combination of mango, guava, and passion fruit juices. The brewery used several types of hops and malts to achieve a special taste.
In March this year, Borsodi Brewery expanded its new portfolio, launched last year, with two specialty ales, Borsodi Meggy Ale and spicy Ginger Ale.
"Tropical Ale continues the bold concept that characterizes the rest of the new portfolio launched in 2020, bringing a 'Borsodis twist' to our consumers' lives, both in terms of content and appearance. We wanted to surprise consumers looking for new flavors again," says György Spiegel, Marketing Director of Borsodi Sörgyár, introducing the latest product.
"At Borsodi Brewery, we are proud of the fact that even under the extraordinary circumstances of the past year, we were able to ensure our safe operation, to serve our trade partners continuously and to continue the development of our brewery, which we started in the previous years. This would not have been possible without the confidence of our domestic beer lovers. Among other things, we would like to thank them for their perseverance with this year's beer specialties", emphasized Zsolt Vuleta, commercial director and managing director of Borsodi Brewery.
Borsodi Tropical Ale will be available in most Spar and Interspar stores nationwide while stocks last.
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