Color: in Krug so no visuals, looks light amber to deep golden
Head: white, thinning
Nose: grain, faint hop
Body: medium, low carbonation
Palate: balanced, semi-dry, nice light graininess, underlying hops
Finish: semi-dry, semi-bitter
Served: on tap at the brewery‘s Schwanakeller
Impression: It took many years to get back to this great little Keller and over those years expectations of their Kellerbier grew. I’d returned that winter to try their Bock to mixed results and hadn’t taken any notes on the Kellerbier the first time around. The Keller lived up to memories and so did this easy drinking Kellerbier. Typical of the style especially when served in the appropriate Krug is the low carbonation. It’s malt forward with plenty of grain in the palate but it dries out just enough in the slightly hoppy finish.
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