Mohawk Unfiltered Lager Summer Edition

Mohawk Brewing Company
Formerly brewed at Slottskällans Bryggeri
Göteborg, Sweden
5% Premium Lager | 73 Ratings | 32 IBU | Summer Seasonal |
Mohawk Unfiltered Lager är modern Wieneröl. Den mjuka maltigheten kommer av Pilsner-, Wiener-, och Munchenermalt. Denna balanseras av tyska humlesorter för beska och smak. Avslutningsvis har ölet bryggts på samma vis som Amerikansk Pale Ale. Stora mängder Amerikansk och Nya Zeeländsk humle har använts för aromen, och ännu mer har tillsatts i lagertankarna. Detta ger ölet en stor, fruktig och blommig humlearom med betoning på citrus och tropisk frukt. Precis som moderna ales från Amerikas mikrobryggerier. ​ Slutligen har ölet tappats upp utan att filtreras. På så vis bevaras alla smak- och doftnyanser. Ölet kan se disigt ut, men om du låter det stå ett tag så lägger sig jästen på botten av flaskan. Det är en smaksak om du väljer att ha med jästen i ölet när du dricker det. English translation: Mohawk Unfiltered Lager is a modern Vienna. The soft maltiness comes from the use of Pilsener- Vienna and Munich malt. This is balanced against German hops for bitterness and flavour. The beer is finished similar to an American Pale Ale. Large amounts of US and NZ hops is used for aroma, and even more is added to the lager tanks in dry form. This yields a big fruity and flowery hop aroma to the beer, with emphasis on citrus and tropical fruits. Just like in American craft brewed ales. The beer is finally bottled without filtration. This leaves all those precious aromas and flavours unharmed. The beer may look hazy, but if you leave the bottle alone for a while, the yeast will settle to the bottom. It is a matter of personal preference whether you leave the sediment behind when you pour the beer.

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