Beer in the style of "Albae Cerevisiae" - brewed according to the recipe of Maciej Osiński - comes from the area of Pomerania and Kujawy (currently areas belonging to the Pomorskie, Kujawsko-Pomorskie and Warmińsko-Mazurskie voivodeships). According to the preserved historical records, originally it contained up to 100% of wheat malt. It was characterized by low hopping, which was supplemented by the addition of a mixture of various herbs used as flavoring ingredients. For this, thyme, yarrow, kuklik rhizome, mullein, calamus, wild strawberry leaves, linden flowers. The style was characterized by moderate levels of esters and phenols and a moderate full-malt character. Herbalism, present in taste and aroma, did not dominate the bouquet, but was only supposed to enrich it, complementing the malt and grain foundation. The taste clearly has accents of wheat malt, reminiscent of light bread, low to medium bitterness with noticeable, herbal accents.
Drawing on the brewing heritage of our country, we present you with a unique wheat beer, the bouquet of which has been enriched with unusual ingredients. The mixture of herbs used to give it character consisted of chamomile, meadowsweet and acacia flower. Get to know the richness of the beer world with us.
RECIPE NO.: XL
Water, wheat malt, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilsner), chamomile, meadowsweet, acacia flower, hops, yeast
|Non-returnable bottle||0.5 l|
|Energy:||197 kJ/47 kcal|
|including saturated fats:||<0.0 g|
|including sugars:||0.0 g|