American Brew Crafts Pvt Ltd (ABCL), a brewing company, has forayed into Kerala with the introduction of Flying Monkey Ultra Strong Beer. This new variant is exclusively brewed for Kerala, offering a distinctive flavour and character to Kerala’s discerning consumers.
Flying Monkey Ultra Strong Beer embodies a bold and robust character, catering to seasoned beer enthusiasts. With a rich body, smooth texture, and a unique flavor profile, this variant elevates the experience of strong beers. Flying Monkey Ultra Strong Beer introduces a smoky touch, delivering an adventurous dimension to its taste profile, setting new standards for strong beers. The bright sleek packing for Flying Monkey Ultra Strong Beer with a monkey in the space-suit sitting in a ‘Zen’ mode resonates the brands essence to sit back, relax and have a great time.
Nagendra Tayi, Director and CEO, American Brew Crafts Pvt Ltd, said, “We’re thrilled to introduce Flying Monkey Ultra Strong Beer as we expand our operations to Kerala. Our dedication to brewing excellence and delivering quality brews motivates us to bring this exciting variant to beer enthusiasts. We have taken care to understand the preferences of the consumers in Kerala and especially prepared this brew to suit their taste and contribute to Kerala’s vibrant beer culture. We have an experienced team of brew masters who carefully prepare and monitor the brews ensuring consistency of taste and flavours batch-after-batch so that beer connoisseurs enjoy our brews and have a great time.”
Adding to this, Satya Siva Athi, Director, Director, American Brew Crafts Pvt Ltd, “At American Brew Crafts we ensure quality and consistency by producing beer in small batches at our state-of-the-art breweries equipped with the latest German machinery. Each batch undergoes meticulous research and is crafted using carefully selected premium malts and hops to ensure a remarkable flavor profile. We hope the latest addition to our portfolio, Flying Monkey Ultra Strong Beer will satiate the preferences of beer lovers in Kerala and will be widely accepted in the state.”