10 results for group: dunkles-lager-in-der-flasche


Einbecker Winter-Bock

When it's cool outside, it's time for the dark Einbecker Winter-Bock inside. Selected malts, the finest hops and a special beer yeast provide a true winter treat. With 18.2%, Einbecker Winter-Bock has the highest original wort of all Einbecker beers.

Schlenkerla Eiche

While for the classic "Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier" traditionally beech has been - and still is - used, the malt for "Schlenkerla Oak Smoke" is kilned with Oak wood. The resulting Schlenkerla Oak Smoke Malt has a smoother and more multi layered smoky note than the intensely aromatic Beech Smoke Malt. The hence complex smokiness in the "Schlenkerla Oak Smoke" is paired with the multifaceted bitterness of finest Hallertau aroma hops.

Schlenkerla Urbock

Matured for months in ancient rock-cellars underneath Bamberg and higher in smokemalt concentration and alcohol, it is similar to, but much bigger and more complex than the classic Märzen style.

Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen

Following the most ancient malting traditions, all its select barley malts are kilned over a fire of beech wood logs at the Schlenkerla maltings. Brewed in classic copper vessels and matured for months in 14th century cellars, Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier is a truly unique smoky beer experience.

Einbecker Urbock Dunkel

At the first sip it is smooth and full-bodied, at the second sip the true rich, strong roasted malt aroma of Einbecker Ur-Bock unfolds. The dark barley-malt brewed refreshment from the Einbecker original recipe.

Einbecker Mai-Urbock

In spring, the Einbecker brew-masters brew a particular special beer, the Einbecker Mai-Ur-Bock.

Ayinger Dunkel

Impenetrably dark with a golden-brown gleam when held up to the light, and with a warm aroma and malty taste, while summoning up coffee taste sensations on going down.

Paulaner Salvator

The head is the color of caramel and the beer is chestnut brown, combined with a seductive flavor of chocolate to give a pleasing intensity on the palate. Along with this comes the finest Munich malt, rounded off by a light note of hops in the background.

Ayinger Celebrator

Profoundly dark, rich lager with cascading layers of deep malt complexity. Full body and semi-dry finish. The first taste is of mild fullness with an accompanying coffee tone, which becomes more dominant with the aftertaste.

Spaten Optimator

The classic German dark beer, this bottom fermented Dopple Bock is full-bodied with a deep dark color and rich roasted malt flavor. The extra strength takes nothing away from the drinkability of this beer.