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There are a lot of different home remedies for a bad cold: some swear by calf wraps and freshly brewed tea made from sage, lavender or thyme, others put on a large pot of chicken soup straight away, while some resort to more drastic measures and spray their noses with sea salt solution from the inside shower or inhale over healing steam with herbs. Honey, gargling, ginger shots, and vitamins are also said to help.
The brewers at Naparbier are not fans of onion juice, potato wraps and the like and have therefore come up with a much tastier and more pleasant solution to the nasty winter blues. Their Imperial Brown Ale comes with an invigorating 8.7% alcohol content and, in addition to soothing doses of Hersbrucker and Tettnanger hops, contains a well-dosed amount of malt.
The healing drink is called Crazy Brown and flows into the glass in the deep black color of freshly brewed coffee. A potpourri of powerful roasted notes, roasted almonds, espresso and tobacco rises from the creamy, hazelnut-brown foam and makes you excited for the first sip. This caresses the tongue with a velvety-soft texture and wonderful malt sweetness. Notes of roasted grain, tenderly melting toffee, the finest chocolate, toasted nuts and candied fruit combine to create sensual beer enjoyment. The alcohol is cleverly integrated into the taste profile and warms body and soul.
Water, barley malt, hops & yeast