Mangos: the fruit with fans

Mangos: the fruit with fans

Mangoes are one of the most popular fruits in the world.

From China to the United States, they’re eaten in more countries than any other fruit. They make desserts sweeter, ice cream smoother, and chutneys more complex. In India, where mango reigns supreme, this juicy, voluptuous tropical fruit enjoys cult status for its low bitterness, creamy texture, and sweet, succulent pulp.

What does MANGO puree add to beer?

Seasonal appeal

Indian newspapers announce the first mangos of the year, and when locals read the headlines, they know summertime is at hand. Mango’s wet, golden pulp adds a refreshing tropical note to summer brews. It’s ideal for beach day beers or for beers enjoyed after a hot day of toiling away at yardwork.

Flavor

Mango’s rich, mellow perfume has the ability to enhance the sweetness of fruity beers or to accentuate the hops in beers with more bite. In recent years, craft brewers have had great success combining mango pureé with Simcoe, Citra, Cascade and Galaxy hops, to name just a few.

Mouthfeel and body

A high-quality mango pureé can give beer a creamy, soft mouthfeel, and when it comes to body, it’s as at home in a crisp blond ale as it is in hoppy, herbal American IPA.

Pureé Arête: the pureé that makes fans

If the mango is the world’s most popular fruit, the mango pureé crafted by Pureé Arête is the favorite summertime fruit addition of brewers. And it turns fruit beer drinkers into fruit beer fanatics. Our all natural mango pureé is made from the highest quality fruit.

Taste the difference, and you’ll never use another mango pureé.

  • No sugar added.
  • Custom blends available.
  • All natural.
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