Beer Stortebeker, "Roggen-Weizen", 0.5 L
- Minimum order is 2 pieces. Price is per piece
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- Volume: 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase Stortebeker, "Roggen-Weizen", 0.5 L
Beer brown-amber color.
In a bitter-sweet, warm, creamy taste of beer was very similar to shades of flavor. Among them are dominated by shades of rye bread, bananas, chocolate, pepper, cookies, ginger, cocoa, which are combined wheat-yeast sour. The finish is somewhat tart, dry, with bitterness and subtle mineral and sweetish nuances.
Intense, rich flavor of beer combines a riot of shades. You can feel the notes of banana, clove, honey, caramel, rye bread, ginger cookies, cocoa, malt, grains, dried fruit, figs.
Beer goes well with grilled meats, spicy hard cheeses, desserts, bread, baked in a wood oven.
Dark beer "Roggen-Weizen" created from three types of malt from the best malt Germany: barley, rye and wheat. This eco-friendly beer has a full flavor with a rich fruity notes and an interesting combination of bitter and sweet shades. Roasted and caramelized rye and wheat provide beer dark color and an incredible body butter and warm fermentation fermented with selected yeasts gives a strong carbonation versatile and intense flavor.
German brewery Stralsunder, founded in 1827 in Stralsund, closely linked to the Hanseatic League, in connection with which she produced beer and came to be called - "Hanseatic" beer. Hanseatic League - an alliance of the merchants of the cities located in the pool area of the North Sea and Baltic Sea, founded in 1356 in order to protect trade and merchants from the power of the feudal lords and piracy. In the Union at different times included more than 200 cities, among them Hamburg, Brandenburg, Lübeck, Berlin and Stralsund.
Beer Shtralzunder was very popular and, thanks to the high quality standard of the Hanseatic considered brewing. Beer was even exported to Denmark, Norway and sends special courts in England. The building survived the brewery during the Great Patriotic War, but in connection with the dismantling of the equipment for repair, as well as pressure the socialist planned economy of the GDR beer quality has deteriorated significantly. The situation changed only in the late XX century, when the brewery passed into private hands Nordmann House (Haus Nordmann). In 2010, the brewery was significantly rebuilt. Today the plant is brewed beers large assortment of high quality, based on the old Hanseatic tradition of brewing.
In 2011, the brewery was renamed Stortebeker BrauManufaktur after the famous historical character - Klaus Shtertebekera, pirate of the XIV century, which is famous for having robbed the rich and gave the ship the loot to the poor.