Engel Kellerbier

unfiltered golden beer in logo glass
Engel Kellerbier

Brewery: Braumanufaktur Engel
Color: unfiltered golden

white, rocky, lasting
Nose: grainy,
Body: medium
, effervescent
balanced, grainy, dry, hoppy
Finish: lingering, dry, semi-bitter

Served: on tap at Meiser Altstadt in Dinkelsbühl

Impression: This is a brewery on my list but it’s not exactly around the corner so was happy to find their noted Kellerbier on tap in Dinkelsbühl. It came out in a Weizen glass and even from the appearance I thought maybe they hadn’t heard me right when I ordered but this is certainly a Kellerbier with a nice mix of grain and hops. Wasn’t sure what to expect as a friend said their beers were just okay and the menu heralds it as the best Kellerbier in Europe. I guess it’s somewhere in between. It’s certainly a beer I could drink quite a few of but at 4€ a .3l it’s not going to happen. The finish is very dry but not perfect. That said if it weren’t for the price, I’d get another. This prodded me to visit the brewery’s Keller and the Kellerbier didn’t hold up as well there.

Next beer or back to the beer list.

2 thoughts on “Engel Kellerbier

  1. I’ve been to Crailsheim, but only for one afternoon to do a presentation. Didn’t stay around for a beer afterwards, as I had a train to catch.

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