• Lager, organic/bio, bottom fermentation, dark
- • Dunkel
- • - Foam
- • - Sweetness
- • - Maltiness
- • - Bitterness
- • - Hoppiness
- • 5.7 (%) Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
- • 13 (°P) The initial density of beer wort
- • 25 (IBUs) International Bittering Units
- • Water
- • Barley malt • • Munchner Malz (Munchner Malz )
- • Barley malt special • • Acidulated Malt (Acidulated Malt ) • • CaraAroma (CaraAroma ) • • Carafa (Carafa )
- • Bittering hors • • Pacific Gem (Pacific Gem )
- • Aroma hors • • Triskel (Triskel )
- • Lager yeast
• deep brown
• 4-6 ℃ • Stein • Bowl
DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT
Beau’s Farm Table Series are sessionable beers inspired by tradition and brewed true to a classic or emerging style. Dunkel is a Bavarian-style dark lager with a balanced, reserved hop presence. Crisp with a malt-forward taste, Dunkel is the ideal beer for those who love both the rich roastiness of a dark beer and the clean finish of a lager.
History & Style
Among the most appropriately named styles of beer, the term “dunkel” is the German word for “dark.” Dunkel’s history stretches back to the Bavarian Purity Act of 1516, which decreed that brewers use only barley, hops and water in beer-making – clearing a path for the dunkel, which met both these standards and satisfied the palates of the people of Munich. This traditional Bavarian lager rose in prominence, with a legacy that remains to this day. Dunkel is luscious and toasty in flavour, yet with smooth lager crispness.
Dunkel pours mahogany with a billowy white foam. The aroma offers mocha and bread crust notes. The flavour features deep malt impressions with hints of chocolate. This medium bodied dark lager has a clean finish.
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CERTIFICATION - n/a
AWARDS, PRIZES, MEDALS
• Silver, Les 2e Prix du Public Bière 2017 (Quebec City).