Though no longer brewing, this contract brewed dark beer is a winner nonetheless. Have one while in Bayreuth by all means.
Brewery: Krug Town: Geisfeld Style: Kellerbier Color: in krug so no visuals Head: fluffy white head protruding over krug Nose: malty with fair hopping in nose Body: medium-bodied, low carbonation Palate: dry and fruity, nicely balanced Finish: dry and bitter Served: on tap at the brewery Impression: Waited quite a while to get this beer. … Continue reading Krug Lagerbier
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