Our second-oldest beer with a Central European style. It is known for its toasted malts, which give it a characteristic dark color similar to black coffee. It has dense and consistent foam that presents a mild bitterness and caramelized touches of licorice.
Black coffe color
The Mahou Negra began its journey back in 1908 as the perfect accompaniment to the Mahou Clásica. It has been very well received by the public ever since its initial release, which is proved by the fact that its method of preparation remains unchanged.
With a black coffee color, intense body and slight astringency, the Mahou Negra is characterized by intense notes of toasted grains with a light floral background. Its soft bitterness and caramelized touches of licorice give it an unmistakable taste. The main ingredients are: