Jelling Bryggeri 10.10.10

Formerly brewed at Jelling Bryggeri
Jelling, Denmark
10% Barley Wine | 1 Rating | Special Release |
Danish: Ideen til denne øl udsprang fra initiativgruppen “Gang i Midtbyen” som foreslog, at Jelling Bryggeri bryggede en øl på 10% alkohol, idet den historiske indvielsesdato for Byens Hus i Jelling er 10.10.10
Jelling Bryggeri tog ideen op og bryggede denne intense og vinøse øl på 10% som en hyldest til Byens Hus, der nu er en realitet. Illustrationen på etiketten er udført af Margrethe Kruse Ellegård: Alle de farver, jeg har lagt på Byens Hus skal symbolisere, at det er et multihus, en ramme om mangfoldighed og kreativitet, et mødested for masser af forskellige mennesker, et hus med ånd og sjæl, hvor der kommer til at summe af liv og aktivitet.
Opskrifterne er udviklet af Kurt Berg Rasmussen, Bjarne Nielsen, Erik Ø Jensen.
Ingredienser: Bygmalt, humle, gær og vand.

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