Here at Beerbliotek, we give our brewery interns an opportunity to design and brew their own recipe, as part of their brewery education with us. Through our side project, which we call Beerbliotek Experimental Brews, they have the freedom to experiment, gain valuable experience, confidence and knowledge on how to work with beer, before they head out into the world.
This Rauchbier is a special one-time & limited Experimental Brew, created by Johannes, one of our latest brewery interns.
From the creator:
“I’ve been experimenting with smoked malt as a home brewer and wanted to take it to the next level when I got this larger scale brew opportunity. This time, I wanted the smoky flavours to be more in the forefront. The beer is influenced by the Helles Rauchbier style, but I chose to let a significant portion of the grain bill consist of Munich malt, in order to get more of a malty bread character to complement the smokeyness. This, however, will make it a bit darker than a Helles normally is.”
Tasting Notes: Smokey, malty, bread, toffee, with a slight sweetness.