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Brewed by Drossenfelder Bräuwerck
Style: Zwickel/Keller/Landbier
Neudrossenfeld, Germany

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RATINGS: 3   MEAN: 3.13/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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Unser hopfenbetontes Vollbier mit hellgelber Farbe, feinporig-sahniger Schaumkrone und reinem, hopfenaromatischen Geruch. Vollmundig im Geschmack mit angenehm frischer Hopfenbittere. Stammwürze: 12,5% Alkohol: 5,0%

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DrNosha (2888) - Württemberg, Germany, GERMANY - FEB 26, 2017
Vom Fass in Drossenfeld. Goldgelbes Bier, weisser Schaum. Ein Hauch Zitrone. Kerniger Antrunk. Brot und Hopfen. Im Abgang leicht alkoholisch. Es bleibt aber ein schönes Bieraroma. Klassisches süffiges fränkisches Helles.

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Moravius (1538) - Berlin, GERMANY - SEP 9, 2016
Vom Faß im Biergarten der Brauerei in Neudrossenfeld. - Bernsteinfarben (soweit im Steinkrug zu erkennen), eher klar; schöner Schaum. - In der Nase herrlich frisches, brotiges Malz mit schönen Toast-Noten und zartem gutem Hopfen. - Antrunk frisch toastmalzig mit zarter Karamelsüße und milden aber gediegenen hopfenwürzigen und leicht zitrusfruchtigen Hopfenaromen. Mild rezent, weich und süffig. Im Abgang mild krautige Hopfenherbe. - Schönes rundes Landbier mit frischer Malzigkeit und deutlich mehr Hopfen als die irreführende Bezeichnung „Helles“ erwarten läßt. (Bierwanderung W037, 8.9.2016.)

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3fourths (9381) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - APR 3, 2015
Draft at the brewery in Neudrossenfeld. Clear and rich gold with a lasting white head. Expressively malt nose shows Pilsner malt well as baked bread and honey pastries, very rich aromatically and clean as well, and from the first smell it shows the goodness of lightly toasted Pilsner malt like few other beers do, though with warmth there’s a creeping note of grain husks. Medium-light body, lightly sweet with noticeable caramelization, and unfortunately it tastes extremely grainy and husky as well, closer to the character of grain bag than the aroma suggests, and not as enticing as warm-steeped milled grain (which to me smell and taste like Grape Nuts cereal). Aroma hops are minimal, and bitterness is mild but complimentary as the sweetness is low as well. Carbonation is low and acidity low as well, so it does sit flabby on the tongue. The maltiness in the mouth is burnt and over-kilned and the huskiness becomes unpleasant as it warms. Seems pretty close to being good, if they could polish up the husky malt.


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