Beer Eggenberg, "Samichlaus", 330 ml
- Fermentation type:
- Strength: 14%
- Volume: 330 ml
Beer brilliant, deep copper (amber-brown) color.
Rich and complex, full-bodied, slightly thick taste of beer with malty and sweet fruity tones completed a long, slightly spicy, dry malty aftertaste.
The aroma of beer filled with hints of nuts, smoky malt, caramel.
Beer can be served not only accompanied by a strong, rich and fatty foods, but also with desserts, especially sweets and dark chocolate, as well as an independent after dinner drink.
"Samichlaus" - a rare unique Austrian beer, which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the strongest beer in the world, produced without the addition of alcohol. Beer is brewed only once a year - on December 6, the day of St. Nicholas (Santa Claus European), which in Austria, Bavaria and Switzerland called Samiklaus. Before releasing to market beer "Samiklaus" kept in cold cellars ancient Eggenberg brewery for 10 months. Beer has a beautiful storage capacity and can be kept in the bottle for many years, becoming more complex, creamy, warm. Beer has won the highest score of 100 points from "Beeradvocate".
Brewery Eggenberg, founded in the tenth century, is one of the oldest breweries in Europe. The brewery is located in Salzburg, in the Austrian Alps, on the banks of the river Alma, which is the source of water used in the production of beer. Commercial activities Eggenberg castle began in 1681. Since 1803 the brewery owned by the family Store.