Cousin to the white beer Berliner Weisse 1826, this style has not survived to modern-day - until now. Less is known about this historic beer style; we do know it was brewed in two styles. The first style, the “Berliner Braunbier,” emphasized the malty characteristics of the local grain, giving it a full-bodied depth. (Its brother, the “Berliner Bitterbier,” using fresh hops, created a hoppier, more aromatic beer.) Smooth and malty, this rich dark ale has notes of chocolate and roast. Mild hop bitterness makes it a favorite with food or as a session ale.
16 oz can