Beer Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Schlaubetaler Landbier", 500 ml
- Minimum order is 2 pieces. Price is per piece
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- Volume: 500 ml
Reviews of purchase Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Schlaubetaler Landbier", 500 ml
Beer light golden brown.
The taste of beer is moderately sweet, fatty texture, soft carbonization, with a balanced hop bitterness, hints of malt and herbal aftertaste of medium length.
The aroma of beer filled with tones of grain, bread, herbs and subtle hints of malt.
Beer goes well with appetizers and German cuisine.
"Schlaubetaler Landbier" - drink for nature lovers. This beer is dedicated to a beautiful area - Valley Schlaubetal located near the monastery. Romantic valley of its natural beauty and tranquility of a contemplation and rest for a walk with a bottle of lager "Schlaubetaler Landbier".
Forester shown on the label is a symbol of worship for those who love nature and take care to Valley Shlaube preserved as a special treasure in Brandenburg landscape. On kontretikete supposed placement of information about the sights of the region. Today we can find descriptions and illustrations of places like Mixdorf, Fyunfayhen and Myulroze.
Beer "Shlaubetaler Landbir" brewed according to traditional recipes from only natural ingredients: water, barley malt and hops.
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.