It is a classical, light beer with rich hop flavour and hop bitterness.
“Bock” is usually served in the end of winter, early spring or autumn, it depends, of course, in what part of world you are.
It is traditionally served at 9 It is a dark dense beer, alcohol 4,3 %, wort level 13 %.
Rich colour and dark malt flavour are felt in “Dunkles Special” clearly.
The beer has balanced bouquet with notes of hop bitterness and caramel.
This special taste is made thanks to use of the combination from five sorts of malt during brewing.
“Dunkles Special” devotees enjoy it with shin of pork stewed in this beer and garlic.
The brewery “Bierhof” is fitted out by the equipment made by Austrian firm “Salm Brau”, this firm was found in1924.
“Pils” is served at 9 This beer has the softest taste, it is light ale with alcohol 4,2 % (wort level 11 %). This beer has medium strength, alcohol 4,3 %, wort level 12,5 %.
The name of the clear beer with balanced taste and soft hop bitterness is translated from German as “light golden”. Rich colour, balanced malt taste, caramel malt flavour and soft hop bitterness distinguish “Marzen” from other sorts of beer.