Viento de Acero
We teamed up with our friends at Four Winds to take your last beach vacation and put it in a can. When batting around ideas, we both decided to brew the beer we wanted to crush for the rest of the summer.
So, we created our version of an easy drinking Mexican-style lager.
Viento de Acero translates to Steel Wind which both describes the beer and is a combination of our two brewery names.
And THAT, my friends, is Marketing 101.
Oh right, the beer!
We used a base of Barke Pilsner malt (the same as we use in Simple Things) then added flaked maize (corn; fancy, I know) for a lighter body with extra crushability. Hopped with German Saphir and American Noble Citra, we kept the bitterness on the lower end of the spectrum. This beer was fermented cold with our house lager strain then lagered forever (8 weeks) for a crisp and clean finish.
Price includes GST, PST and container deposit.