Geumgyedang participated in Bar Convent Berlin (BCB2020) in Berlin, Germany held as an online exhibition from Oct. 12 to 18, and introduced the handmade liquor Byeolbarang (17.5%) and the handmade raw rice wine Barang (15%).
The handmade liquor Byeolbarang is a traditional liquor made by commercializing the special brewing recipe of fermenting raw rice that was handed down for fifth generation.
Although it is only made of rice, it tastes deep like apple wine, combined with moderate acidity and sweetness, making it enjoyable for everyone for carrying less alcoholic taste even though it has 17.5% alcohol. When you drink this, you can feel the fragrant flavor, but after that, it purifies your mouth with a clean finish.
The handmade raw rice wine Barang is a traditional raw rice wine made by commercializing the special brewing recipe of fermenting raw rice that was handed down for fifth generation.
It has 15% alcohol, and is known as a leader in domestic craft makgeolli. It is made by fermenting it for 100 days, and it is not much watered down. Unlike other makgeolli and raw rice wine, it has no additives, and it does not give headache. When you hold it in your mouth, you can feel the rich taste and subtle sweetness. If gives heavy and soft feel when swallowed.
The International Bar and Beverage Trade show (BCB2020) is an exhibition of the alcoholic beverages and the beverage industry with a long history, and people in the bar and pub industry participate in various related programs. Due to COVID-19, it will be held online this year, and a series of exhibitions in the UK (Imbibe), Brazil, and the US will also be held at the same time, attracting buyers from all over the world.
As a part of the export consortium project replacement project, KBIZ gave support to participate in BCB2020 in an effort to develop overseas sales channels for small and medium-sized enterprises that are going through difficult times due to the COVID-19 pandemic and enhance export vitality.