Grand Harbour, also known as the Port of Valletta, is probably Malta's greatest geographic asset: since Phoenician times it's been the stage of several battles, occupations, wars, sieges and even a devastating tornado. Grand Harbour is the epitome of a British pub beer: light and dry but also full bodied and with enough character to leave you wanting for more. At first you are greeted by a soft and biscuity flavour which teases the tongue with hints of fresh barley kernels. This is followed by a subtle release of the typically earthy, wet, and peppery notes associated with the English-grown noble hops.
INGREDIENTS: Water, malted barley, hops, yeast.
FOOD PAIRINGS: Roast ham sandwiches, charcuterie, cous cous salads, sheep milk cheese.
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