Slottskällans Roslager

Brewed by Slottskällans Bryggeri
Uppsala, Sweden
5% Pale Lager | 87 Ratings |
Roslager is a pale lager beer. A beer with good maltiness and medium wort strength. Together with a big spicyness from the hops this creates a beer with a balanced flavour and convincing bitterness in the finish. A beer with flavour from the tradition in the archipelago.

Roslager är ett fylligt lageröl med tydlig smak och doft av humle. Efter huvudjäsningen har den genomgått en lång och kall lagring för att få fram den fina klassiska lagerkaraktären. Här märks brödiga toner såväl som stråk av nötter och rostad malt.
Eftersom både fyllighet och beska ligger över genomsnittet är Roslager ett välbalanserat öl där eftersmaken varar länge.

Klassifikation: Lageröl

Användning: Roslager är en utmärkt törstsläckare som passar de flesta smakriktningar. Den extra kryddigheten gör att den kompletterar robust och vällagad mat på ett strålande sätt. En klassisk silltallrik med traditionella tillbehör, svensk husmanskost, charketurier och grillat kött och fisk är några exempel på rätter som passar perfekt till detta öl.

Innehåll: Tre sorters malt: Münchener-, pilsner- och ljus karamellmalt.
Fyra sorters humle: Northen brewer, Saaz, Tettnanger och Celeia

Alkoholhalt: 5,0%

Artikelnummer hos Systembolaget: 71045-01

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