Frederiksodde Peter Buhls Ale

Frederiksodde Haandbryggerlaug
Brewed at Bryggeriet Kvajj
Fredericia, Denmark
6.8% English Strong Ale | 16 Ratings | Special Release |
Danish: Denne gang har vi fået vores inspiration fra briterne og deres strong ale. Peter Buhls ale er dog mildere i smagen end den engelske udgave. Peter Buhls Ale er en overgæret ale der er brygget på fem forskellige slags malt og mørk kandis som udover at øge mængden af alkohol også bidrager med en herlig karamelsmag. Humlen vi har brugt er den klassiske engelske East Kent Golding som har rødder helt tilbage til 1700-tallet. Peter Buhls Ale er først og fremmest en nydelses- og afslapningsøl, som man med fordel kan gemme, men hvis man gerne vil nyde den til et måltid fungere den bedst til gryderetter og vildt. Vores strong ale er opkaldt efter Peter Buhl som blev født i Fredericia 1789. Motivet på foretiketten er fra slaget ved Lyngør (Norge) 6. Juli 1812, hvor fregatten Najaden sank og 133 mand omkom, herunder Løjtnant Peter Buhl.

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