Brewpub København Baron von Richthofen

Brewed by Brewpub København
Copenhagen, Denmark
5.2% Oktoberfest/Märzen | 20 Ratings | Autumn Seasonal |
Danish: Brygmester Hans-Ole Kragelund har ladet sig inspirere af de årlige fester i Bayern, og begået en usædvanlig velsmagende lager-øl i stil med netop den tyske øl ”Oktober Fest”.
Richthofen er opkaldt efter den navnkundige pilot fra 1. verdenskrig, også kendt under det mere populære navn Den Røde Baron. Richthofen er vores nyeste lyse undergærede øl, og er stilmæssigt i tråd med lager-øl fra det sydlige Tyskland.
Det er en velsmagende øl med moderat bitterhed, og er aromahumlet med den tyske Spalt Select, som smagsmæssigt bidrager med en antydning af blomst og frugt. Dette giver en meget frisk lys lagerøl med en relativ stor fylde, der afsluttes med en tør og moderat bitterhed.
Humle: Spalt Select (aroma) og North Down. Maltprofil: pilsner-, münchner og lys cara. Tysk lagergær.

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