• Aecht Schlenkerla Eiche Thumb

    Aecht Schlenkerla Eiche

    A double bock for Christmas with a uniqe smoky note. The malt is kilned by a oak wood fire - unlike conventional smoke malt which is kilned by beech wood fire. Data: Original gravity: 18,9% alcohol: 8,0 % bitternes: 40

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    Amsterdam Oktoberfest Lager

    Is there any time of year that Germans don't celebrate with beer? A Bavarian lager brewed with a small amount of beechwood-smoked barley (we smoke the malt ourselves), Oktoberfest Lager has a distinctive fall flavour that welcomes this sensational season. Belonging to the "marzen" or "rauchbier" style of beer, these brews were originally ...

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    Buzzards Bay Rauch Beer

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    Brewed in the tradition of the smoked ales of Bamberg (Germany), this amber ale has delicate malty and smoky aromas. It is full-bodied, malty and slightly sweet to the taste, and the smoky flavour is fully expressed with every draught. An original and distinctive beer, La Charbonnière is a house specialty. It is very much appreciat...

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    Cinder Bock

    Smoky and rich this brew begins with a rush of smoky, almost savory, aromas and flavors. The distinctive campfire smokiness of a rauchbier lingers and begins to reveal the rich and velvety malt smoothness of a double bock with notes of toffee and caramel. This roguish brew transforms from its bold start to a hearty and satisfying finish...

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    Fort Collins Bambostic

    The Bamburg Bomb is brewed with 100% Smoked Malt. Beechwood was used to give an intensely aromatic smoke that lingers in the air like ribs on the 4th of July. Oak gives it a smooth and rich flavor, blending with melt sweetness reminiscent of honey glazed ham. Hearty in flavor while lighter in body it is easy to overindulge on this brother...

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    Fort Collins Z Lager

    Smoked beer (or “rauchbier” for our native speakers) dates back to the 1500s in Bamberg, Germany, when malt was often dried over the flames of a beechwood fire. Our Z lager was crafted to be both smoky and palatable. Slight caramel undertones and a bright caramel color compliment the lingering smoke flavors.

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    Kaiserdom Rauchbier

    Hops bitterness with a fine creamy head; a tingly, smooth taste.

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    Mille Neuf Cendre

    Created in : February 2010 Beer type : Rauchbier Colour : blonde Alcohol : 5,5% alc./vol. The Great Fire of 1900 left an indelible mark on Hull’s downtown landscape. The “Turn of the Cindery,” as this rauchbier might be called, with its subtle aroma of smoked deli meats, is inspired by the traditional Bamberg Rauchbier. A whif...

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    Samuel Adams Bonfire Rauchbie...

    Deep smoky flavor which is balanced by a blend of malts that provide hints of caramel & toffee sweetness.