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A delicious attic find.
Master brewer Matthias Trum is a true Bamberg legend. He is the boss of the Hellerbräu, which brews the most famous of all Bamberg beers. The Schlenkerla is a Bamberg institution and is drunk all over the world. But Matthias Trum is not resting on the laurels of his ancestors. On the contrary: the resourceful brewer regularly scours the archives in search of old treasures. He has already struck gold more than once. His latest discovery is a recipe based on an ancient brewing process. Bamberger Heinzlein is a low-alcohol beer that thanks to a special brewing technique has a wonderfully intense hops taste.
The roots of the Heinzleins go back to a time when it was much safer to drink beer than to reach for the often dangerously polluted water. The almost alcohol-free Heinzlein quenched the thirst of the working population and was also served to children. We would advise against that today, but for everyone else, Heinzlein is a perfect alternative to more alcoholic beers.
The Helle Heinzlein is brewed with an extra portion of the good Spalter aroma hops and is unfiltered. The Urbamberger presents itself in a naturally cloudy gold tone in the glass, an airy crown of white foam enthrones the beer. The initial taste reveals a light-footed beer with a wonderfully rounded aroma: soft malt, roasted grain and bread crust meet a hoppy bouquet of freshly mown grass, tangy lemon, spicy yeast and a subtle flowery.
Light or dark - we love the Heinzlein!
Nutritional information per 100 ml:
Energy: 44 kJ / 10 kcal
Carbohydrates: 0.9 g
Salt: 0.05 g
Contains small amounts of fat, of which saturated fat, sugar, protein.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast