Agave Nectar



Agave nectar, a natural sweetener extracted from the blue agave plant, is being increasingly utilized in the brewing process of various beer styles. Predominantly, it is found in the making of craft beers such as Belgian-style ales, fruit-infused beers, and specialty lagers. Its high fermentability combined with its unique attributes make it an intriguing ingredient for adventurous brewers seeking to add an original twist to traditional recipes.

Agave nectar's application imparts a distinct flavor profile to the beer. It produces a subtle, clean sweetness that doesn't overpower other flavors, making it an excellent complement to the malt backbone. The nectar also contributes a mild earthy undertone reminiscent of tequila, which is also derived from agave.



2 < 4 < 105 EBC
1 < 2 < 40 °L


1.4 < 8.8 < 100.0 %

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