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Augsburg looks back on a rich city history. A jewel in Augsburg’s history is the purity law of Friedrich I. Barbarossa. When the Emperor declared Augsburg a city in the Middle Ages, the monarch passed a number of different regulations and laws. Among the legal ordinances for the new city there was also a paragraph that concerned beer production. Barbarossa wanted to improve the city’s beer quality and put a penalty on all brewers of bad beer.
The Riegele brewery in Augsburg ties in with the finest beers and brews a beer in honor of Barbarossa that would also have tasted the medieval councilors of their city. The Augsburger Herrenpils is the brewery’s tartest creation and is triple hopped with aromatic hops. At a drinking temperature of six degrees, the fine, tangy aroma unfolds particularly well. The classic beer flows into the glass in shiny light gold and crowns itself with a stately crown of snow-white foam. A seductive bouquet of freshly mown grass, floral hops and tangy lemon invites you to take the first sip. The beer delights with a malt-accentuated taste: soft grain notes meet flowery hops, fresh fruit impressions, herbal notes and exotic lemongrass during the drinking pleasure. The real art of this beer lies in the subtly balanced bitterness, which skilfully complements the aroma and gives the beer depth and contrast.
Water, barley malt, hops
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