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There's a Storm Brewing in Bali

Bali's Newest Brewery Dedicated to Providing Traditional Fine Ales to Island's Visitors.


(6/27/2005)



Gude Ale Keeps The Heart Aboon

- by Robert Burns.

O gude ale comes and gude ale goes;

Gude ale gars me sell my hose,

Sell my hose, and pawn my shoon-

Gude ale keeps my heart aboon!




Intorducing Storm Brewery

Using a time-honored "Royal Ale" recipe handed down over hundreds of years by Thomas Storm and Sons that's traveled to Bali via England and Mauritius, Storm Brewery recently opened in Bali priding itself on using only the finest natural ingredients, purest spring water and absolutely no preservatives.

And, after sampling their brew we can fully appreciate their boast of "no preservatives." In fact, what ale needs to concern itself with issues of shelf-life when the main problem is keeping up with the brisk local demand for a most tasty product available only at selected bars and restaurants across Bali (listed on their web site).

Traditional Ale Series

Storm Brewery offer three variants in their traditional ale series:

Sand Storm - "Golden Ale" – 5.3%Alc. – A delicious medium-strength pale ale. Delicate balance of malt and light hop with a dry fruity finish. Perfect with beef, fish or any other food, or just forget the meal.

Red Dawn - "Bronze Ale" – 5.4%Alc. – Rich and tasty. A complex full-flavored chestnut-colored ale. Sweet malt in the mouth balanced by honeyed hop notes.

Black Moon - "Iron Stout" – 5.2%Alc. – A smooth, dark and creamy full-bodied stout of enormous complexity and character. Roasted grain and gentle hops with chocolate overtones.

Modern Ale Series

The Company will also soon be offering two lighter-ales in their "Modern Ale Series": a 3.7% alcohol Tropical Ale and a 4.2% alcohol Pale Ale. Both light and aromatic, these brews are most suitable for cocktail parties and lunchtime socializing.

Special Ale Series

Available only at special outlets and during limited seasons, the company will produce "limited-edition" ales inspired by special occasions and their brewmaster's emotional expansivenesss brought on after having enjoyed a drop too much of their product. Among the highly unusual ales to look for while traveling around Bali are:

• Jamaican Banana Beer

• Mexican Chili Beer

• Belgium Chocolate Stout

• Irish Christmas Pudding Stout.


More information: Storm Brewing Web Site

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