A two-fold experiment: a blend of two separate beers of different recipes. The first beer is a blonde, brewed with domestic 2-row and a small percentage of Belgian caramel malts and cascade hops. The second beer is an amber of sorts, brewed almost entirely with malt imported from Weyermann, Meussdoerffer and Dingemans, hopped with German Perle. Both beers were fermented with our house wit beer yeast, and bottle conditionned.
Amber beer fram Brussels, Hoppy yet smooth, citrus nose.
Nice refreshing beer, a bit watery
Fischer beers combine traditional Germanic brewing techniques with the passion of French culture to create a truly exceptional beer. The finest natural ingredients, including pure ...