An Imperial Porter made with Amarena cherries and cherry puré.
There are so many myths and tales surrounding Christmas that we feel it would be a good deed to clear up a thing or two. For instance, many people mistakenly claim that the Christmas tree was invented by a plastic company somewhere in South East Asia around 1950. But that’s all bollocks. It happened in the 17th century already and the plastic factory wasn’t in South East Asia, but in Riga, in the Baltics. Also, we hear tales of big, red and very delicate glass balls being used to decorate the tree, when in fact those are huge, Italian Amarena cherries spiked with vodka and LSD – made to help calm moms and dads with many small kids and get them through the Christmas days…