The quiet Orkney Islands, north of Scotland, with their fertile agricultural land and ﬁsheries areas, inhabited for over 5000 years, is the seat of the Orkney Brewery, where this original beer is brewed.
The ancient culture of this land, with its values marked by a constant eye to tradition, it is a very important ingredient for the creation of special beers of this brewery. This kind of timeless approach has allowed the Orkney Brewery to win numerous national awards and international.
The Dark Island, in particular, has been honored twice by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, in 2000 and 2003, as a champion of Scottish beers.
Dark ale style, typical of the UK, identiﬁes a beer from the low alcohol content (4.6% ABV.), Smooth and creamy, easy to drink.
The best glass is a tulip glass; the proper serving temperature in order to discover all the…
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