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Ater Helles is the third copy in the alliance of the cooperation with ATE.
David Hertl has a knack for artists: his labels are lively, creative and represent the beers behind them wonderfully. This also applies to the Ater series, whose labels come from the pen of the artist collective ATE. The two artists are stylistically based on Art Nouveau and the works of the Czech painter Alphonse Mucha. Her work includes beautiful murals, record covers, business cards, and more. Now you can also admire the works on beer bottles. Art and cuisine are a great combination, especially when it comes to art and beer.
The light from the Ater range has a palatable 4.9% alcohol content and inspires with a subtly balanced range of flavors. It flows into the glass in light gold and is adorned with a stately crown of white foam. A fine scent of sweet, sun-dried grain, yeasty bread dough, light malt and delicate citrus notes tempts you to take the first sip. This reveals a full-bodied body with a spicy taste and a solid malt base. The soft aromas of grain and sweet malt are accompanied by fresh fruit notes that taste like tangy lemon, tart grapefruit and subtle banana. The creamy beer leads to a spicy finish that tastes like malt and hoppy herbs.
Outside hui, inside hui!
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast