Krenkerup Amber Ale

Brewed by Krenkerup Bryggeri
Sakskøbing, Denmark
5% Amber Ale | 35 Ratings |
Danish: Som navnet afslører er her tale om en ale, der funkler i glasset som rav i strandkanten. Den er ikke blot smuk, den leverer samtidig en dragende og imødekommende smag for begge køn - du behøver ingen yderligere undskyldning for at skænke denne Amber Ale i glasset, for den er skabt til at nyde i øjeblikket. Amber Ale er lidt lettere og lysere end sædvanligt, og den anvendte Perle humle giver øllet den unikke ale-smag efter den traditionelle engelske ale. Brygget på rene råvarer uden tilsætningsstoffer efter det Bayerische Reinheitsgebot.

English: As the name suggests is a case of ale, which sparkles in the glass as amber on the beach. It is not only beautiful, it also delivers a compelling and approachable taste of both - you need no further excuse to bestow this Amber Ale in the glass, because it is created to enjoy the moment. Our Amber Ale is a little lighter and brighter than usual, and that the Perle hops give the beer its unique ale flavor of the traditional English ale. Brewed from pure ingredients without additives after the Bavarian purity law.

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