Clean, crisp, bitter German lager with balance toward hops in both aroma and flavor. Light cracker notes from malt and a complex bouquet of floral, herbal, and spicy notes from noble hops.
Also known as the “Champagne of the North”, Berliner Weisse is a very pale, refreshing, low-alcohol German wheat beer with a clean lactic sourness, very high carbonation, and a light bread dough malt flavor to support the sourness.
A dark lager with complex malt character that has notes of nuts, toffee, bread toast, and light cocoa. Originally called braunbier, this is the style that helped guide Bavaria toward lager brewing.
A pretzel is a type of baked pastry made from dough that is commonly shaped into a knot. The traditional pretzel shape is a distinctive symmetrical form, with the ends of a long strip of dough intertwined and then twisted back onto itself in a particular way (a pretzel loop).