Who would have told Louis Moritz, who came to Barcelona originally from Alsace, that more than 150 years later his beer would become a symbol of the city, woven in with its culture, gastronomy and history? Without overlooking of course its taste and quality.
When we talk about a Moritz, we’re talking about a light golden pilsner beer with abundant, white bubbly foam. Are you starting to get a craving? We are too. Just writing these lines about its soft and pleasant taste with sweet notes of malt and cereal and a light body made our mouths water.
But how did Moritz get to be so good? Well, just like the rest of Moritz beer, it is made with water from the Font d’Or spring in Montseny. We also use Saaz hops flowers which are well-known for their quality and low tanks for the fermentation process to obtain an excellent product.
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