Brewpub København Roadster XK150

Brewed by Brewpub København
Copenhagen, Denmark
10% Barley Wine | 27 Ratings | Special Release |
Danish: Roadster XK150 er en overgæret og meget kraftig øl af typen Barley Wine.
Brygmesteren har bestemt ikke sparet på noget som helst i denne øl, og har først gavmildt hældt en fed blanding af pale ale og münchnermalt i mæskekaret. Denne blanding er yderligere blevet dobbelt-mæsket, således at Roadster XK150 holder 10,0 % alc., men med en relativ høj restsødme. Under urtens kogning i kobberkedlen har brygmesteren med en udpræget generøs hånd anvendt 4 forskellige amerikanske humler som både bitter- og aromahumle, men også siden som tørhumle.
Roadster xk150 er en meget fyldig Barley Wine som man kender det fra den moderne amerikanske fortolkning af stilarten, uden dog at blive ekstrem i sit udtryk. Tværitimod er det en øl med en meget fin balance mellem restsødme og bitterhed – så kan du godt lide øl med smag - masser af smag - så bør du prøve Roadster XK150!

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