Wagner Bräu Kellerbier
Brewery: Wagner Bräu
Color: in Krug so no visuals, looks dark amber
Head: off-white, thinning
Nose: faint malt
Palate: malty, underlying hops
Finish: semi-dry, slightly bitter
Served: on tap at the brewery‘s Hannla Keller
Impression: I thought this would just be an unfiltered version of their Lagerbier but it was quite different. Though equally malty, it was deceptively dry making it seem even more balanced. The longish, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish makes it a most moreish Kellerbier.
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