A selection of 9 mixed German beers.
Perfect to top up your fridge or to enjoy an evening of beer tasting.
Beer selection and ABV vary.
A Bavarian wheat beer with a smokey aroma.
Brewed with a mixture of both barley and wheat malt. The barley malt is the classic Schlenkerla smokemalt, while the wheat malt remains unsmoked.
Served unfiltered with its natural haziness, Schlenkerla Wheat reaches its full aroma through bottle fermentation with fine top fermenting yeast.
1 x 500ml
The glimmering, light-yellow Ayinger Bairisch Pils has the fragrance of aromatic hops from the “Hallertau” region of Bavaria (only these are used in the Ayinger beer specialties!).
The beer is highly fermented and therefore smooth on the initial taste sensation, but also mild and sparkling in body.
1 x 330ml
Bayreuth brewers brew a fine wheat beer. It is naturally cloudy and, thanks to the careful selection of raw materials, it is particularly tasty and fruity.
Rothaus Heffe Weizen – classic banana clove notes, try with white sausage and pretzel as a first beer of the day.
ABV 5.4% 1 x 440ml can
With a brewery dating back to 1328, Augustiner-Br?u is the oldest brewer in Munich and the last remaining independent brewer in the historic city.
Classically German, the Augustiner Edelstoff is crisp, refreshing, and the German purity law defined. This world class helles lager is brewed with the best ingredients and is a treat for all beer lovers (including those who ?just like lager.?)
The bright gold Augustiner Edelstoff has understated notes of cut grass, herbs, and sweet malts that are balanced by a moderate bitterness. Its light body and delicate carbonation lead to a smooth mouthfeel that still finds a way of being crisp and lingering with a fantastically clean finish.
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Compared to pale wheat beer, dark wheat beer has a greater dark malted wheat content, hence its enticing chestnut brown colour. The substantial original gravity gives it its irresistibly pleasant taste, while its fresh, strong aroma reveals a hint of roasted malt.
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This beer is a great lunchtime drink, light floral and faintly yeasty. Matt gold in colour. Unfiltered lager beer, cloudy, golden orange colour, and quite hoppy
ABV 5.5% 1 x 500ml Can
The History of Celebrator Doppelbock: Originally brewed at a monastery in northern Italy, "double bock" was quickly introduced by Bavarian brewers to compete with bock. Doppelbock names end with the suffix "-ator."
Taste: A rich, dark elixir with cascading layers of malt complexity balanced by elegant hops. Notes of toffee, caramel, elegant dark-malt roastiness, and pure malt. Pinpoint conditioning and semi-dry finish.
Serving Suggestion: Pastries and desserts, roast goose, cured ham, smoked duck, wild turkey, filet with Dijon sauce, chanterelles, Tournedos Rossini, Châteaubriand.
1 x 500ml can
Brewed in Grafenhausen in the southern Black Forest, Rothaus Pils Tannenz?pfle has been around for over 60 years.
A clean pilsner that?s everything you?d expect from German style of beer.
The label depicts the spruce-fir pinecone branches of the forest and these pinecones are what this beer is named after, Tannenz?pfle.
The Tannenz?pfle was the first Rothaus beer to emerge with a label depicting ?Biergit?, the Black Forest girl holding two glasses of beer. Today, ?Biergit? is the defining symbol for all beers made by the Rothaus Brewery.
1 x 500ml Btl
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