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Made famous by the brewpubs of Cologne in Western Germany, Kolsch is something of a hybrid style combining the crisp dryness of a lager with the fruity aroma of an ale.
Brewed in a Pacific-Northwest style. Its sweet malty taste is balanced with a generous helping of Cascade hops.
Old time brewers in Germany made a malty high gravity beer in March (Maerzen) they consumed in a fall ceremony. A royal betrothal in 1810 gave justification to the 2 week long celebration known as Oktoberfest.
How now brown cow? Here's how: take a brown ale, use lots of crystal malt to increase caramel flavor, sweeten it with milk sugar, and ramp up the alcohol for that extra kick. No bull.
This batch of our familiar Bengal Gold has been made with a single hop variety from start to finish, namely Simcoe. It is a relatively new American hop with a distinctive pungent and resiny aroma.
Say go-zeh. This unusual style of German
wheat beer from the area near Leipzig
deserves to be better known. Cousin to
hefeweizen, it is finished with coriander
and salt, with a slight acidic tang.
Chestnuts and natural hazelnut flavor combine to make this porter the squirrelliest beer we've ever made. It won't last long so drink up now!