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Fläschje Flaschenbier is a title that comes from the cute Reinhessian dialect. The dialect of the Mainzer sounds particularly endearing to the rest of Germany, as they have a penchant for trivialization and use sonorous neologisms. A boat becomes a Boodche, the pig is Wutz and the onion is called Zwibbele. The brewers at the Kuehn Kunz Rosen brewery in Mainz are, of course, familiar with the local dialect and have given their latest work an appropriate name.
Their interpretation of a Kölsch is called Fläschje Flaschenbier and is a real thirst quencher. Thanks to original Kölsch yeast, the lean beer is particularly fruity. The hop varieties Simcoe, El Dorado and Amarillo deliver not only fruity notes but also hints of freshly mown grass and green cones. In combination with two types of malt, this results in a harmonious mixture that is both tasty and tasty.
The almost clear, straw-blonde beer is crowned with a hand’s breadth of white foam and smells of spicy yeast, hay drying in the sun and light grain. The initial taste reveals a light-footed body with high drinkability. The taste is composed of notes of grassy hops, mild malt and yeast. Kuehn Kunz Rosen’s Fläschje Flaschenbier is the perfect treat after a stressful day and relaxes body and soul with its subtle harmony.
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, hops, yeast
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