Introducing Wisco Disco, our award winning ESB (Extra Special Bitter) beer. This meticulously crafted brew boasts a smooth body, thanks to a touch of milk sugar (lactose), making it an ideal companion for your favorite cheeses. Crafted with a blend of five distinct malts and infused with four generous hop additions, it delivers a bold and robust taste that will leave your taste buds dancing with delight. To ensure exceptional clarity and refreshing crispness, we cold condition this brew to perfection. Its smooth texture and crisp taste make it a standout choice for cheese pairing aficionados. Whether you’re savoring a rich, aged cheddar or exploring the nuances of a creamy Brie, Wisco Disco elevates your cheese pairing experience to new heights. Cheers to unforgettable flavors, excellent clarity, and refreshing moments.
ESB (Hoppy Amber)
The ideal glassware for serving Extra Special Bitter (ESB) style beers is typically a pint glass or an English nonic pint glass. These glass shapes allow for a proper presentation of the beer, showcasing its color, aroma, and head retention. When it comes to food pairings, ESB style beers have a balanced flavor profile that can complement a variety of dishes. Here are some food pairings that go well with ESB beers: Roasted Meats: ESB's maltiness and moderate bitterness make it a great companion for roasted meats like beef, lamb, or pork. The caramel and toffee notes in the beer can enhance the flavors of the meat. English Fare: ESB style beers originate from England, so it's fitting to pair them with classic English dishes. Think fish and chips, bangers and mash, shepherd's pie, or a hearty steak and ale pie. Cheese and Charcuterie: ESB's medium body and malt character make it a fantastic partner for cheese and charcuterie boards. Try it with aged cheddar, Stilton, Gouda, or cured meats like salami or prosciutto. Grilled or Spicy Foods: The moderate bitterness in ESB beers can cut through the richness of grilled meats and balance the heat of spicy dishes. Enjoy it with grilled sausages, barbecue, spicy wings, or even spicy Mexican cuisine. Roasted Vegetables: The toasty and caramel flavors in ESB beers can complement the sweetness of roasted vegetables like carrots, parsnips, or butternut squash. Nutty Desserts: ESB beers with their malt-driven character can be paired with nutty desserts such as pecan pie, almond cake, or hazelnut chocolates. Ultimately, personal taste preferences play a significant role in food pairings, so feel free to experiment and find combinations that best suit your palate. Cheers!