YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1969
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 5,5% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: National Premium
TASTING NOTES: Shiny, golden yellow colour. Its taste is flavoured with toasted barley notes. Reminiscences of starch. While tasting, a lightness and very well rounded bitter finish can be perceived. It has a good taste balance. An elegant after-taste and medium persistence.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1890
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 4,8% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: National Standard
TASTING NOTES: Bright gold colour with a crystalline aspect. It has a characteristic elegant and faint malt aroma. Its base notes have reminiscences of certain dried herbs and very light balsamic hints. It is tasty, has the perfect acid-alcohol balance and well integrated bitter finishes.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1990 under the name of Laiker and relaunched in 2010 as Mahou Sin
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 0,8% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Alcohol free beer
TASTING NOTES: Very bright, golden yellow colour. Subtle toasted flavour, with clean cereal base notes. It has a smooth entry and cleans the palate as it passes through the mouth. It is balanced and has a smart bitter finish. Its aftertaste doesn't linger. There is a slight sweetness which brings out the hops.
TYPE OF BEER: Munich
TASTING NOTES: Black-coffee coloured with iodine tinged edges. On the nose there are hints of smoky aromas, roasted sunflower seed and black olive lying on a "liquorice" base. Entering gently, it moves around in a balanced manner, it is tasty, sufficiently toasted, despite its full body and its bitterness, it is very pleasant to drink. Deep influences that bring out a burnt brown sugar flavour.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2005
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 0,9% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Alcohol free, lemon flavoured beer
TASTING NOTES: Old gold yellow colour. Notable on the nose are the citrus notes on a background of cereals, there are hints of corn and elegant notes of malted barley. The taste is characterised by its sweetness - not too rich - by its liveliness and its reminiscences of natural lemon. The bitterness of the hops does not overwhelm. The aftertaste is very fragrant and persistent.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1957
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 5,4% Vol.
TASTING NOTES: Golden yellow with hints of old gold. On the nose there are smoky reminiscences over a cereal base. The palate is balanced, toasted and has a medium bitterness highlighting a subtly roasted barley flavour. Its aftertaste has a medium persistence which retains echoes of liquorice.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2013
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 4,4% Vol.
TASTING NOTES: This beer has a bright, gold colour and a thin foam layer. A medium intense aroma, slightly fruity and with soft tones of hops and malt.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: Launch 1970s and reinvented in 2008.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 6,2% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Extra
TASTING NOTES: Yellow old gold colour with coppery highlights. The aroma is notable for its roasted malt intensity. It is very aromatic. It enters the mouth gently, leaving definite roasted and malt flavours. Its finish is bitter and highly persistent.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1993.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 4,2% Vol.
TASTING NOTES: Golden yellow with old gold highlights. On the nose there are smoky reminiscences over a cereal base. The taste is balanced, toasted, with medium bitterness highlighting a subtly roasted barley flavour. Its aftertaste is medium persistence which retains echoes of liquorice.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2015.
TASTING NOTES: Radiant gold in colour with a creamy and consistent head. A slight fruity aroma is detected with gentle touches of hops and beer.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2003.
TASTING NOTES: Pale yellow colour with gold highlights. The aroma is characterised by a fine medium malt intensity. It enters gently, moving in the same way, it is balanced and is easy to drink. It cleans the palate. Attractive, bitter finish. The aftertaste has a medium persistence.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2001
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 0,0% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Alcohol free
TASTING NOTES: Old gold, yellow colour. The malty notes of the barley are the first flavours to be perceived, they give off an elegant roasted flavour. It enters gently, moving around in a balanced manner, leaving a pleasant bitter finish.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2010
TASTING NOTES: Light bodied, natural and refreshing. With an intense lemon flavour and a delicate citrus and bitter combination.
TASTING NOTES: Old gold yellow colour. The malty notes of the barley are the first flavours to be perceived, they give off an elegant roasted flavour. Entering gently, it moves around in a balanced manner, leaving a pleasant bitter finish.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2015
TASTING NOTES: A 10 out of 10 flavour with 0.0% alcohol.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1997
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 6,4% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Extra Lager
TASTING NOTES: With an intense aroma, it combines a soft fruity tone with subtle touches of cereal and the light floral and spicy notes of Saaz hops. In the mouth it reveals a distinguished character and medium intensity without losing its freshness.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2007
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 7,2% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Superior Red Beer
TASTING NOTES: A lager with extra intensity and strength. A flavor that is much smoother and silkier than expected, full of delicate notes.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1996
TYPE OF BEER: Premium Lager
TASTING NOTES: A beer with an aroma that combines notes of toasted cereal and fresh fruits like apple and banana. It can be appreciated sweet notes of toasted cereal, caramel and green fruits emerge, balanced by the floral aromas of the hops and a bitter counterpoint.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 1996
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 4,6% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Lager
TASTING NOTES: Its aroma is very fresh and combines soft notes of fresh green fruits, like apple, with floral hoppy touches and a hint of cereal. In a first sip, it is refreshing, clean and elegant.
YEAR OF LAUNCH: 2017
ALCOHOL CONTENT: Less than 1% Vol.
TYPE OF BEER: Alcohol-free beer.
TASTING NOTES: A beer with a surprisingly intense golden colour in which touches of fresh cereals intermingle with notes of bread and honey in equilibrium with the herbal aroma and bitterness of the hops.
HISTORICAL REF: Declared Medicinal Mineral Water of Public Usefulness in 1790 by Charles IV.
DESCRIPTION: Natural mineral water, ideal for diets that are low in sodium, and suitable for baby food. Solán de Cabras mineral water comes from a single source ensuring that its qualities remain constant.