Or Xata | The Bruery
Style: Blonde Ale
Description: Blonde Ale with rice, cinnamon, vanilla bean. Our take on the traditional agua fresca incorporates rice and lactose along with spices for that sweet, creamy character that we've come to love. The name derives from Valencian orxata, probably from ordiata, made from ordi (barley). Various false etymologies exist – one legend links the origins of the name to James I of Aragon, who after being given the drink for the first time by a local in Alboraya, was said to have exclaimed in Valencian "Açò és OR, XATA!" ("That's gold, darling!") .
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