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Normally, beer is a brew made from water, malt, hops and yeast. The Bavarian Purity Law established these raw materials in 1516 to discourage brewers from throwing inferior ingredients into the kettle. This decree ensured a certain standard of quality and you could be sure that the beer always tasted about the same. After more than 500 years of the Purity Law, more and more brewers are now challenging its reign. As so often before, this revolutionary thinking comes from the United States. In the course of the craft beer movement, American breweries turned the beer scene upside down and also gave brewers in this country food for thought. Now, brews are flooding the market with all sorts of unconventional ingredients, and we’re not at all averse to this wondrous development.
A prime example of a successful revolt is Coco Loco from the Munich Brew Mafia. The Munich Mafiosi have come up with an Imperial Coconut Stout that, in addition to the usual raw materials, also contains a generous portion of roasted coconut.
The deep black beer is crowned with a hand’s breadth of hazelnut-brown foam and smells seductively of roasted malt, fine dark chocolate and exotic coconut. The stout brings a harmonious mixture of creamy caramel, delicately melting chocolate, freshly brewed espresso and toasted coconut to the tongue.
Water, barley malt, coconut, hops, yeast