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Inedit

INEDIT
is a different
beer

INEDIT is made with two types of beer: traditional malted-barley beer and wheat beer.

This wheat, or white, beer is in the style of Witbier, originally from Belgium and made with unmalted wheat.

Using unmalted wheat gives this beer more body and a softer, fuller mouthfeel.

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Pilsner - style
Malted - Barley beer

Ale - style
wheat beer

INEDIT gets its pale yellow colour and slight cloudiness from the unfiltered wheat proteins.

  • Pale
    yellow
    somewhat
    cloudy
    appearance
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  • From
    the
    unfiltered
    wheat
    proteins

INEDIT is flavoured with spices, giving it its special taste and making it a one-of-a-kind beer

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  • Liquorice

    Gives the beer subtly sweet notes without dominating the overall taste. It is used very carefully for a delicate aromatic accent.

  • Coriander seeds

    Give Inedit its complexity of taste and spiced sensation. The seeds are used for their more delicate expression.

  • Orange peel

    Main focus of this beer's taste palette. It comes out in the citrus notes that give Inedit its freshness and complexity.

  • Hops

    Where beer gets its bitter taste, Inedit has a lower proportion to make it more versatile in culinary pairings. It is a key ingredient, giving beer its fresh, grassy flavours.

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Hops

Where beer gets its bitter taste, Inedit has a lower proportion to make it more versatile in culinary pairings. It is a key ingredient, giving beer its fresh, grassy flavours.

Liquorice

Gives the beer subtly sweet notes without dominating the overall taste. It is used very carefully for a delicate aromatic accent.

Coriander seeds

Give Inedit its complexity of taste and spiced sensation. The seeds are used for their more delicate expression.

Orange peel

Main focus of this beer's taste palette. It comes out in the citrus notes that give Inedit its freshness and complexity.

AROMA

Created by Ferran Adrià, the world's most
award-winning chef

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Inedit was created in 2008 by Damm’s master brewers, Ferran Adrià and the team of sommeliers at elBulli.

It is specially brewed to respect and pair perfectly with the new gastronomy, full of contrasts and nuanced flavours.

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Tasting notes

Its cloudiness and somewhat lighter colour with amber tones set it apart from other beers. The colour of its coupage: a mixture of wheat and  malted barley. The head returns every time you pour.

Intense and complex on the nose. Its sweet spices and fruity notes combine with fresh yeastiness and flowery sensations.

The infusion of coriander, liquorice and orange peel permeates the impression on the palate. Its subtle, well-integrated carbonation perfectly highlights these tastes in the mouth. It is creamy, soft and versatile in food pairings. Long, pleasant aftertaste.

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Inedit is a beer
for food

Inedit was created to pair with a wide variety of culinary creations, even the most complicated citrus-based dishes or ones with bitter notes. Fantastic with starters, salads and oily fish, its versatility means it can also be paired with spicy or sweet-and-sour flavours. A highly dynamic beer that goes perfectly with the whole taste range.

  • Sour

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    The delicate texture of this beer tempers acidic sensations, while the carbonation brings out the refreshing effect of the sourness.

    Citrus sauces and salads. Sour fruits. Rhubarb. Green tomato.

  • Sweet and Sour

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    The beer's creamy mouthfeel takes on a whole new dimension. The carbonic and fruity notes pair well with the sour side of these dishes.

    Sweet-and-sour or dried-fruit sauces. Asian food.

  • Salty

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    The carbonation and butteriness of the beer perfectly balance and cleanse the palate of saltiness.

    Green olives. Cured meats. Tinned seafood and fruits of the sea. Soya sauce.

  • Bitter

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    As it doesn't have any astringent or tannin-like flavours, this beer respects and pairs very well with those always-difficult products and delicacies that have bitter notes.

    Bitter chocolate. Cooked artichoke. Green asparagus. Endives. Coffee sauces.

  • Spicy

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    The beer has a balsamic effect on spicy flavours, bringing a counterpoint that tones down these sensations.

    Chile. Wasabi. Barbecue sauce. Pickles. Indian and Mexican food.

  • Buttery

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    The freshness and citrus notes of Inedit brighten up buttery foods. Its creaminess is the perfect pairing for fatty textures.

    Fish and fatty cheeses. Fresh tuna. Juicy meats. Avocado.

Sour

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The delicate texture of this beer tempers acidic sensations, while the carbonation brings out the refreshing effect of the sourness.

Citrus sauces and salads. Sour fruits. Rhubarb. Green tomato.

Sweet and Sour

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The beer's creamy mouthfeel takes on a whole new dimension. The carbonic and fruity notes pair well with the sour side of these dishes.

Sweet-and-sour or dried-fruit sauces. Asian food.

Salty

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The carbonation and butteriness of the beer perfectly balance and cleanse the palate of saltiness.

Green olives. Cured meats. Tinned seafood and fruits of the sea. Soya sauce.

Bitter

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As it doesn't have any astringent or tannin-like flavours, this beer respects and pairs very well with those always-difficult products and delicacies that have bitter notes.

Bitter chocolate. Cooked artichoke. Green asparagus. Endives. Coffee sauces.

Spicy

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The beer has a balsamic effect on spicy flavours, bringing a counterpoint that tones down these sensations.

Chile. Wasabi. Barbecue sauce. Pickles. Indian and Mexican food.

Buttery

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The freshness and citrus notes of Inedit brighten up buttery foods. Its creaminess is the perfect pairing for fatty textures.

Fish and fatty cheeses. Fresh tuna. Juicy meats. Avocado.

  • 4.8% Alcohol by Volume
  • 11.5% Original Gravity
  • 11 IBU
  • 8.3 Colour
  • Malt &
    wheat beer
    Type of beer