In native Andean language, Aymaran, "kuka," means "food for workers and travelers," a reference to the bounty provided by gods. It was used to refer to the Coca plant and how its leaves played a major role in religious and social ceremonies of Andean indigenous civilizations. Maca is a main source of food and one of the very few plants that can be cultivated in the harsh climate of the Andes. And for thousands of years, Maca has provided the natives with the means to survive for generations. To the natives, Maca provides the quintessential reason to celebrate Pachamama’s (Mother Earth’s) bountiful gifts.
We are located Blauvelt, Rockland County, NY:
300 Corporate Drive
Banana Nut Brown Ale – 5.5%: brewed with Maca Root
STYLE: Banana Nut Brown Ale
BREWED SINCE: 2013
FERMENTATION: Dry English ale yeast, Five types of malt, One type of hops, Maca Root, Real Banana, and Natural Flavors.
EFFERVESCENCE: Medium carbonation
NOSE: Banana, roasted malts, nutty aroma
FLAVOR: Lightly sweet banana and nutty biscuit flavor
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 50-55°F
GLASS: Tulip glass
AVAILABILITY: Year-round; 12oz; 1/2 keg; 1/6 keg
ALLERGENS: This beer contains wheat
We are sure you will appreciate this unique brew with a familiar flavor. This smooth and tasty English style ale is brewed with real banana flavors. We worked hard to keep the flavor profile balanced so that you will recognize the classic nutty and light roasty flavors of a brown ale along with the banana overtones. Like we said – we didn’t monkey around on this one!