Dark in color, malty nose, generous flavor; yet with a clean, hoppy finish, Hacker-Pschorr Alt Munich Dark is the essence of dark beers.
Brewed with 60 percent wheat, 40 percent barley - using top fermenting yeast, it is then slowly lagered and remains unfiltered throughout the finish.
100% barley malts, and plentiful Hallertau hopping.
Translation from German: The day draws to a close, it's time einzukehren in the beer garden. Hops has a well known calming and relaxing effect, so you might as well make a fresh draft and palatable Münchner Hell away from it. This feingehopfte, bottom-fermented beer brewed in Bavaria as part of the pretzels and the white blue sky. Go...
Bavarian barley slow roasted, caramelized to a rich, red amber color combined with the purest spring waters from the Alps, exclusive yeast and the finest Hallertau hops.
"The new Weissbier-star on the sky of Bavaria"
Medium amber, all natural wheat beer of sweet, clovey malt.
This hoppy pale ale is a recent evolution from the successful bitters of the last century and is an ideal lunchtime pint. The Kent village of Hadlow, in the fertile Medway valley, is in one of England's last hop growing areas and has a great brewing tradition. When Harveys acquired a pub in Hadlow the brew to celebrate this event used onl...
Adam is a recreation of a historic beerstyle, originally made in Dortmunder, Germany. Rich in flavor, Adam is best served as a dessert beer. It is great with chocolate or cigars, or just a warm fire and good company.
Doggie Claws has a light copper color and an intense herbal hop character. In this year's release we are using Simcoe and Amarillo hops harvested just weeks before brewing. The beer is ready to drink now but will improve with age.