Brewed by Brauerei Schrems
Style: Specialty Grain
Schrems NO, Austria
Serve in Shaker, Tumbler


on tap

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RATINGS: 108   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.99/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
Schremser Roggenbier is the rediscovery of a beer speciality, which was traditional up until the 15th century when it was then banned. Top-fermented, Schremser Roggen stands out due to its intensive full-bodied taste. Slightly fruity to start then pithy with a long aftertaste. 11.9°

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bartzluke (598) - Oklahoma, USA - JUN 22, 2015
.33l pour from chilled tap into a shaker pint at Brickermaker’s in Vienna. Hazy and orange with a fluffy white head. Great creamy medium body with a little rye nibble on the end. Citrus and light malt on the nose. Taste is a bit muted. Citrus up front with orange sweetness in the middle and a faint rye aftertaste. Tastes like a decent pale ale made for a hot day in the sun. Not as much spiciness as I’d like in a rye beer. Pleasant and drinkable, but nothing amazing.

16erBlech (524) - Burgenland, AUSTRIA - JUN 3, 2015
UPDATED: JUN 4, 2015 Draught at Brickmakers/ Wien7. Long, tangy, light bitter, light sour finish.... ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

TpsyMcStaggr (6) - 9° Bezirk, Wean, AUSTRIA - MAY 6, 2015 does not count
Nice on the nose and eye, but unfortunately just not too complex when it comes to the mouth....and a bit heavy on the carbonation. It would be nice on a hot day as there is basically no after-taste.

Jananise (85) - - MAY 4, 2015
Tried bottle. Bought in Austria. Colour is dark brown/amber, hazy. Small beige/white head who's is gone fast. Aroma is bread, banana, spices and fruits. Taste is the same, with bubblegum. Mouthfeel is oily and quite carbonated. Very nice beer. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

Saeglopur (2178) - Vienna Woods, AUSTRIA - APR 22, 2015
330 ml bottle as part of the "Culturbrauer Craft Bier Box".
Dark amber, brownish, hazy body, with a medium, fastly dissipating, off-white head.
Typical rye aroma, with bread, bubblegum, banana, spices, ripe fruits.
Taste is quite light, with bread, bubblegum, ripe fruits, banana, spices, some vanilla.
Quite light, slightly oily mouthfeel, with a lively carbonation.
Finishes sweet, bready, malty, spicy, slightly bitter hoppy.

Good, quaffable beer. The nose is nice, quite inviting, the taste is too light though. Drinks very easy. Nice example of a Roggenbier, but nothing special.

Werckmeister (3188) - Vienna, AUSTRIA - APR 1, 2015
bottle at home bought at a random Spar Supermarket. dark orange, very cloudy / yeasty color. no head at all. smells strong of spices, yeasty, banana, some plums, smells like your typical wheat beer. medium body, medium carbonation, tastes a bit watery of spices, light ash note, grainy, citric, very light astringent. dry / citric finish. OKish, a bit watery / could use some fuller flavor.

Maakun (5600) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - MAR 19, 2015
Shared bottle. Murky dark golden with no head. Lemon, brown bread, wood, earthy, light spices. Medium bodied. Light sour and light sweetness. Not bad.

Trolleo (1568) - Pula / Zagreb, CROATIA - JAN 31, 2015
Hazy amber color, small to medium sized white head. Appearance was promising, unlike aroma which was completely empty, except extremely small, barely noticeable amount of caramel. Taste is even worse. Big vegetable kick. It says "slightly fruity", I wonder since when is cabbage considered to be fruit? If I didn’t know, I’d say this one has ABV around 1% or close to that. Disgustingly hideous.
(Merkur Graz 0,33l bottle)

allmyvinyl (10634) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - NOV 25, 2014
330ml green screw-top bottle from Beers of Europe. Pours hazy amber, massive head, high carbonation, gassy. Aromas of light spice, caramel. Taste is astringent malts, spice, lager notes. Not great.

Cimbasso (892) - - OCT 28, 2014
Sampled on draught at the Roebuck in Borough, near London Bridge. Hazy dark brown colour with a thin whitish head. Slight aroma of rye bread. The taste is a little dull, almost sour. The main characteristic is, unsurprisingly, rye, similar to the flavour of dark brown rye bread. There is also a slightly grassy hop flavour. The finish is dominated by slightly sour rye notes with a hint of caraway seed. This is not a very appealing beer - rather thin and sour with little complexity. Interesting to try it, and it may have an appeal to some beer drinkers looking for something different.

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