Organic brewers Daas celebrate 'Organic September' with a rebrand & 2 NEW organic beers
By: Daas Beer
Sept. 5, 2019 - PRLog -- Launched in 2009 for the UK market 'Daas' has gone on to be now sold in 12 countries, committed to making the best organic beers as naturally as possible means using only the best organic hops and barley, grown free from harsh pesticides and herbicides. Having kept things small and focused to make beer as nature intended.
To mark our 10 year anniversary later this year we decided to have a refresh to celebrate and as brewers we wanted to reflect on our label our love and connection with mother nature.. From farm to bottle! At SFFF 2019 we previewed our rebrand by UK based design team 'Thunderclap' that will be rolled out later this year across all our beers and also at the fair and to celebrate 'Organic September' we launched 2 new organic beers:
Saison d'Etre 4.5% style - Saison
Spice and tropical fruit aromas, citrus and peppery spiced balanced flavours followed by a classic Walloon Saison rustic dry finish
Tripel de la Terre 8% style - A classic Belgian Tripel,
Aromas lightly spiced along with dried fruits with caramel, dried grapes plums, finishing with hints of honey and toffee.
"From day one we decided every ingredient going into our beers is produced by farmers that share our passion for sustainable farming practices, folk that put there heart and soul into their farms to give mother nature a helping hand and to grow the most flavourful ingredients possible - a difference you can taste!" - Marc Antoine de Mees - Director.
Award winning Daas as well as being certified as organic Daas is suitable for vegan drinkers as well as Gluten free and sold in the UK amongst retailers such as Whole foods, Planet organic, Le Pain Quotidien.
The Daas are "Top Fermented bottle conditioned beer meaning they undergoes a second fermentation in the bottle, similar to Champagne production. Not only does this contribute to the overall quality and flavour of the beer, but also ensures that the liquid remains stable for longer than a pasteurised beer.
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