She had to be a boy: Emperor Frederik II was sure about this since the very moment of Margaret’s conception because, for this purpose, he scrupulously followed the instruction the astrologists gave him. At this purpose furthermore Margaret was the only legitimate daughter born from the union between Frederik II and Isabella of England. Margherita had been living far away from Sicily and dynastic struggle.She married Albert II Landgrave of Thuringia, Margrave of Meissen. In 1257, from their union was born a “new Frederik” nicknamed “The Joyful” who represented, for a while, the hope for a new glorious future for the swabian house: the third Frederik.
Pure malt ale, brewed with both barley and wheat malts. Margherita has a fresh, smooth, full-rounded aftertaste, a low bitterness and is slightly acid, with a thick, creamy and adherent head.Unfiltered, unpasteurized, top-fermentedand second fermentation in the bottle.
Degrees Plato (°P): 12,3
Alcohol content: 5,2% vol.
Serving temperature: 6 / 8° C
Degrees IBU: 15
Ingredients: water of Gualdo Tadino, barley and wheat malt, hops and yeasts.
SUGGESTED FOOD PAIRINGS:
Margherita’s elegant notes are exalted when pairing with fatty meats like pork, sausages and salami. Blue cheeses and especially pizza enhance her taste in the best way.