Archive for the Beers Category


Posted on June 3rd, 2019 by

A pale ale that is suitable for coeliacs (gluten processing), conceived as a moderately malty Belgian ale, which is slightly fruity, easy to drink, amber coloured and not very bitter. The malty character leans towards a biscuity, slightly toasty taste while the hops are moderately floral.


Posted on June 2nd, 2019 by Lo Vilot

Pale Ale elaborated with organic own crop ingredients, golden color and low carbonation. In the middle and slightly bitter mid palate that is balanced with the low alcoholic alcohol graduation. Typically summer style although it can be eaten all year round, remove the set.


Posted on May 30th, 2019 by

German-style pale wheat ale which is organic (certified by the CCPAE). Smooth and easy to drink, very slightly bitter and with a refreshing touch of acidity. With high carbonation, a dry finish and a creamy aftertaste, with notes of banana and an aroma of cloves which are the product of the wheat yeast.


Posted on May 29th, 2019 by Lo Vilot

Mixed styles between acidic beers with fruits and IPAs. Made with local natural apricots and a large amount of hops added after fermentation, they make it an original and very aromatic beer, while in the mouth it is bitter and acidic.


Posted on May 28th, 2019 by Lo Vilot

Blond beer which stands out for its belgian yeast and gives a dry and spicy character. Dry hopping confers a citrus aroma and makes it very refreshing.


Posted on May 27th, 2019 by

Indian pale ale made with rye, which is a dark copper colour and has a medium body. The aromas and the taste clearly bring to mind pine tree resin with a final touch of pine nuts and tropical fruits, flavours that go very well with the character of rye malt which compensates the bitterness of […]


Posted on May 27th, 2019 by Lo Vilot

Blond beer that stands out for its hops aroma, tropical fruits and pine resins. Dry in the mouth and nothing bitter makes this Brut IPA a recklessly refreshing beer.


Posted on December 24th, 2018 by

100% Brettanomyces fermentation for 4 months in a stainless steel tank. The nuances of tropical fruit that Brett gives in 1st fermentation stand out, accompanied by an aroma and a pleasant bitterness produced by dry hopping. Little funky.


Posted on December 24th, 2018 by

Verema 2018 is an infusion of beer and wine that unites the Lagravera winery and the Lo Vilot Brewing Farm in the Segrià region. In this Catalan Grape Ale of spontaneous fermentation only local and ecological ingredients that express the “Terroir” of our area are used. Reddish color and grape notes with a light acid […]


Posted on December 24th, 2018 by

Dark English-style dark beer in whisky boots. In the mouth it is maltose with touches of fruity esters and notes of cocoa and dried fruits, in balance with wood and whisky.


Posted on May 13th, 2017 by

It is a beer out of style, although it is very aromatic and presents flavors and aromas of tropical fruits like those of an IPA is too little bitter for the style. Orange, rather turbid and silky, it looks more like a fruit juice than a beer – a characteristic that is given by the […]


Posted on May 11th, 2017 by

Intense, strong, alcoholic beer, maltose at the hoppy time, with notes roasted and black and / or dried fruits and a warm finish. Dense and persistent colored foam dark cinnamon Despite the intense flavors, the components melt to create a beer complex and at the same time harmonious.


Posted on May 9th, 2017 by

Recipe of the Beer Club Can Navarra de Gerona that this time wanted to share with us. Copper colored beer with medium body and aromas and flavors of quince tropical fruits. Harmonious union between fruit and beer, the character of the quince is evident but in balance, providing a harsh, dry and citrus touch.

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