BeerSaturday: Tarkos Brewery's Tomato Motato

Hello friends, I spent two weeks in the Crimea this fall, tried many local beers, but perhaps the most pleasant discovery for me was a tomato goze Tomato Motato from Voronezh brewery Tarkos, found in one of the small stores.

I had never seen such a beer before, and, of course, I was curious to find out what it was.

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So the composition of this beer is wheat beer mixed with tomato juice, sea salt and coriander, and for spice, the brewers spiked it with cayenne pepper. Funny thing - the pepper is not recognized at first, but comes out on the aftertaste, which for me, as a lover of spicy food and sauces was a real joy.

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It is worth saying - because of the tomato juice beer is very dense, so that a lot of it you can not drink and after a couple of bottles there is a feeling of fullness, but nevertheless, arranging a BBQ for friends, I took a few more bottles.

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The result surpassed all expectations - the beer evaporated on the coals, and the spices and tomato juice gave the kebab a fantastic flavor and softness.

In four days I drank 6 bottles, and hopefully in my city this beer will soon appear in the supermarket windows. Very tasty, unusual stuff, and a great excuse to discover new facets of taste.

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