Beer Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Anti Aging Bier", 500 ml
- Minimum order is 2 pieces. Price is per piece
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- Volume: 500 ml
Reviews of purchase Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Anti Aging Bier", 500 ml
Beer ruby-black color.
Repeats the taste of beer flavor, but tobacco notes on the palate appear much brighter.
The aroma of beer felt tone of wood, caramel, coffee, as well as some mild tobacco notes.
Beer can be used as a standalone drink as an aperitif or digestif.
Beer "Anti Aging Bier", released brewers Neuzeller Kloster-Brau after "original beer for a bath" and included in the line "Healthy beer" is a unique product on the market brewing. It was established following consultations with several universities and Institutes of Health, and contains vitamins and minerals designed to slow the aging process. "Base" beer brewed from traditional ingredients - barley malt and hops. "Wellness" components that are part of the beer are thermal salt water from the nearby resort of Bad Saarow, as well as spirulina, algae, plant extract and flavonoids, widely used in anti-wrinkle cream.
In Germany, beer is sold not only in grocery departments, but also in pharmacies. "Beer for rejuvenation" - is, according to the creators, "the first beer for the body, mind and soul with joy distinctive taste of beer."
Story of a small brewery Neuzelle Kloster-Breuil is closely linked to the monastery Neuzelle, monks who began to study the art of brewing in 1416. Brewery Neuzelle Kloster-Breuil cherishes tradition of monks and proud of them, producing beer with a unique character, time-tested. No wonder the slogan of the brewery is: "Every beer is the original." Neuzelle Kloster-Breuil produces more than 40 varieties of beer. Production facilities are as historical objects (centenary mill, historic brewhouse with open vats for fermentation) and modern - cellar for bottles and barrels, bottling line for bottles with crown corks. The main volume of production is in Germany, but also beer is exported to Russia, China, Japan, Singapore, Finland, Norway, Denmark, the UK and Spain.