Cheers to the early beer pioneers! To the surprise and delight of early brewers, beer continued to ferment in the dark cellars and icy alpine caves of Bavaria, long after being left there. A delicious new manner of sustenance was discovered. Lager is effervesced with the help of bottom-fermenting yeast. Left to mellow and clear, the resulting rich malt complex liquid is peaked with a firm cloud of foam.
Gravity: 11.2° plato down to 1.9° plato Colour: Amber to copper Tasting Notes: Crisp and smooth with malt biscuity-like notes
Yeast: Lager Yeast Malts: Pale Malt, Munich Malt Bittering Hops: George Hops Finishing Hops: George Hops