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In addition to the Kathrein Doppelbock , the Grasser brewery from the Franconian Huppendorf has another festive specialty on offer: the Christmas festival beer. Fans of the strong beer creation eagerly wait for the start of the Christmas season every year. No wonder, because the Huppendorfer Christmas party beer with its intense variety of flavors fits wonderfully into the most festive time of the year!
The seasonal beer specialty from Grasser flows into the glass in chestnut-colored amber and has a stately, fine-pored head of foam on its head. From an olfactory point of view, the Christmas beer presents itself in a beautiful harmony of hops and malt: toasted grain meets oven-fresh bread, a hint of caramel and a note of hops that tastes like spicy herbs. The initial taste reveals a light-footed body with mild carbonic acid and a sophisticated palette of flavors. First, soft malt notes caress the palate and tickle the taste buds with notes of toasted bread, roasted nuts and caramel. The hops complement the aromas with fresh and fruity notes and also give the beer its bitter bitterness.
In contrast to many festival beers, the Christmas festival beer from Huppendorf is not too sweet. It is a harmonious interplay of sweet, malty and hoppy notes that make the festival beer a tasty pleasure in winter.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast