Nørrebro Drexler Grätzer

Formerly brewed at Nørrebro Bryghus
København, Denmark
6.5% Grodziskie/Gose/Lichtenhainer | 12 Ratings | Special Release |
Danish: Drexler Grätzer – en let røget hvedeøl på 6,5 % alkohol, brygget samen med Hans-Peter Drexler fra bryggeriet Schneider Weisse i Kelheim med gammel østpreussisk inspiration. Sjælen i denne øl er andelen af malt, vi selv har røget over stave fra et gammelt Jack Daniels fad! Ufiltreret, ravgylden med en imødekommende krydret og letrøget næse. Øllet er både knastørt, letløbende og elegant med en let syrlighed. Tydeligst i smagsbilledet står dog den fine røgtone, som fortsætter i den lange eftersmag.

English: Drexler Grätzer – a gently smoked Bavarian style wheat beer on 6.5 % ABV brewed in collaboration with Hans-Peter Drexler from Schneider Weisse in Kelheim, inspired by and old East Prussian beer style. The soul of this beer is the use of malt we have smoked ourselves over staves from a Jack Daniel’s barrel! Unfiltered, deep amber colour with an inviting spicy, subtly smoky aroma, and showing a very dry, crisp and highly drinkable, elegant body. Flavour and taste is fruity, spicy and again smoky with a long aftertaste.

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