Krenkerup Påskeøl

Brewed by Krenkerup Bryggeri
Sakskøbing, Denmark
6.3% Altbier | 69 Ratings | Spring Seasonal |
Danish: Her er en sand forårsbebuder. Krenkerup Påskeøl leverer en smag af forår, så du mærker varmen og fornemmer påskeliljerne springe ud - det er helt bevidst. Den kendetegnende, spirende smag og den kraftige maltaroma kombineret med øllets smukke rødbrune farve er ikke til at tage fejl af: Der ér forår i flasken. Krenkerup Påskeøl er særlig velegnet til påskebordet og afbalancerer perfekt smagsoplevelserne ved måltiderne - ikke mindst ved lam. Øllet er brygget med overgær og både bayersk og engelsk humle - naturligvis helt uden nogle former for tilsætningsstoffer efter det Bayerische Reinheitsgebot.

English: Here is a true harbinger of spring. Krenkerup Påskeøl delivers a taste of spring, so you can feel the warmth and sense the daffodils come out - it’s quite deliberate. The characteristic budding taste and strong malty beer combined with beautiful maroon color is not to be mistaken: Spring is in the bottle. Krenkerup Påskeøl is particularly suitable for the Easter table, and balances the perfect flavors at mealtimes - especially lamb. The beer is brewed with top fermenting yeast and both the Bavarian and English hops - of course without some kinds of additives according to the Bavarian Purity Law.

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