Krenkerup Stout

Brewed by Krenkerup Bryggeri
Sakskøbing, Denmark
5.3% Stout | 91 Ratings |
Danish: Vores Stout er ganske populær. Den er let og ikke så stærk som mange andre stout’er - og så er den stadig meget fyldig med stærk karakter. Det er en speciel egenskab. Krenkerup Stout er fantastisk til stærke måltider og søde desserter - det er en naturlig ledsager på middagsbordet. Den meget bløde og fyldige smag gør den utrolig imødekommende - og som en ægte stout, sætter det fine mørke skum sig, når øllet lige er hældt op. Med en let smag af kaffe og lakrids er den ristede malt med til at give denne stout en markant karakter og farve. Brygget på rene råvarer uden tilsætningsstoffer efter det Bayerische Reinheitsgebot.

English: Our Stout is quite popular. It is light and not as strong as many other stouts - and it’s still very rich with a strong character. It is a particular trait. Krenkerup Stout is great for strong snacks and sweet desserts - it is a natural companion at the dinner table. The very soft and rich flavor makes it incredibly welcoming - and a real stout, puts the fine dark foam up when the beer is poured straight up. With a slight taste of coffee and licorice have the roasted malt to give this stout a marked character and color. Brewed from pure ingredients without additives after the Bavarian purity law.

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