Beer Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Original Badebier", 0.5 L
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Reviews of purchase Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Original Badebier", 0.5 L
Beer black interspersed with ruby notes.
Distinctive, smooth taste of beer is revealed abundant bread tones, to which are added notes of apples, coffee, barley malt, chocolate and toast. In a pleasant aftertaste remain nuances of caramel.
The aroma of the beer is filled with bright colors of black bread, apple notes, nuances of chocolates, vanilla, milk chocolate and roasted malt.
Beer for a healthy lifestyle! It is recommended to use in the bath. Make a good pair with German cuisine.
"Original Badebier" - a unique beer that has no analogues in the world. Its feature is the ability to use both internally and externally for beer baths. The components that make up the beer, have a beneficial effect on the skin and overall a pleasant state of relaxation. So, the natural carbon dioxide stimulates blood circulation, reduces high blood pressure. Hops is known for its soothing and antiseptic effect. Brewer's yeast is used in the treatment of eczema, fungal infections of the skin and severe wounds. After the adoption of the beer bath the skin becomes soft, velvety and supple. Spirulina is rich in beta-carotene, chlorophyll, selenium, iron and vitamin B12. Flavoidy have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effect.
In Germany, beer is "original beer for a bath" is not sold in stores, but also in pharmacies. In 1998, it received a patent as "beer for connoisseurs of living wisely."
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.