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Mastne - polskie ALE

Mastne - polskie ALE

One can argue who initiated the "beer revolution" in Poland - in our opinion the fact is undeniable: Mastne is the first Ale type beer that left the gates of the Polish brewery in the 21st century. It takes its name from the historic "Newly Extended Silesian Chronicle" from 1625. Its refined taste is determined by the mixture of used malts combined with noble Polish hops and the fermentation process in open vats.

The first Ale type beer brewed in a Polish brewery in the 21st century, rich malt flavor with moderate hop bitterness. Silver medalist of the 2019 Craft Beers Competition.

RECIPE NO.: I.

BC_style 

Amber Polish ALE

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (pilsner, Munich, caramel), wheat malt, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 201 kJ/48 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.5 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.5 g
Salt: 0.015 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
5,8
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
25

Mastne - polskie ALE

One can argue who initiated the "beer revolution" in Poland - in our opinion the fact is undeniable: Mastne is the first Ale type beer that left the gates of the Polish brewery in the 21st century. It takes its name from the historic "Newly Extended Silesian Chronicle" from 1625. Its refined taste is determined by the mixture of used malts combined with noble Polish hops and the fermentation process in open vats.

The first Ale type beer brewed in a Polish brewery in the 21st century, rich malt flavor with moderate hop bitterness. Silver medalist of the 2019 Craft Beers Competition.

RECIPE NO.: I.

BC_style 

Amber Polish ALE

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (pilsner, Munich, caramel), wheat malt, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 201 kJ/48 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.5 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.5 g
Salt: 0.015 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
5,8
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
25

Lager

Lager

Light, bottom-fermented beer, which takes on its character by maturing in the lagering cellars of the Cieszyn brewery. It is distinguished by a full, refreshing taste with medium bitterness and a clear, hoppy aroma. This is the effect of triple hopping. The first takes place during the wort brewing, the second - during fermentation in open vats, the third - when the beer is matured in the tanks. Reach for our Lager and enjoy pleasant sensations.

Triple hopped, full and refreshing in taste, with a pleasant hop bitterness - it perfectly quenches thirst. Gold medalist of the 2019 Craft Beers Competition.

RECIPE NO.: IX

BC_style 

Pale Lager

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 177 kJ/42 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.6 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.008 g

BC_medals 

ZŁOTO - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
11,5
BC_BITTERNESS
26
BC_COLOR
10

Lager

Light, bottom-fermented beer, which takes on its character by maturing in the lagering cellars of the Cieszyn brewery. It is distinguished by a full, refreshing taste with medium bitterness and a clear, hoppy aroma. This is the effect of triple hopping. The first takes place during the wort brewing, the second - during fermentation in open vats, the third - when the beer is matured in the tanks. Reach for our Lager and enjoy pleasant sensations.

Triple hopped, full and refreshing in taste, with a pleasant hop bitterness - it perfectly quenches thirst. Gold medalist of the 2019 Craft Beers Competition.

RECIPE NO.: IX

BC_style 

Pale Lager

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 177 kJ/42 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.6 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.008 g

BC_medals 

ZŁOTO - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
11,5
BC_BITTERNESS
26
BC_COLOR
10

Ciemna Strona Cieszyna

Ciemna Strona Cieszyna

Munich Dark beer is a classic, dark lager from Franconia - the beer heart of Germany. With every sip, it takes us into the atmosphere of a Bavarian feast. Pleases the palate with complex maltiness, has pleasant bread-caramel notes with a delicate, nutty aroma. Moderate hop bitterness subtly softens its grain sweetness. Try our Cieszyn interpretation of this style.

Bavarian beer everyday. Mild bread-caramel flavor with low hoppy bitterness. Winner of two medals at the most important beer competitions of 2019.

RECIPE NO.: XXIV

BC_style 

Munich dark

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, roasted, chocolate), hops (Northern Brewer), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 261 kJ/63 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 4.4 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.007 g

BC_medals 

ZŁOTO - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BRONZE - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
14
BC_BITTERNESS
15
BC_COLOR
80

Ciemna Strona Cieszyna

Munich Dark beer is a classic, dark lager from Franconia - the beer heart of Germany. With every sip, it takes us into the atmosphere of a Bavarian feast. Pleases the palate with complex maltiness, has pleasant bread-caramel notes with a delicate, nutty aroma. Moderate hop bitterness subtly softens its grain sweetness. Try our Cieszyn interpretation of this style.

Bavarian beer everyday. Mild bread-caramel flavor with low hoppy bitterness. Winner of two medals at the most important beer competitions of 2019.

RECIPE NO.: XXIV

BC_style 

Munich dark

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, roasted, chocolate), hops (Northern Brewer), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 261 kJ/63 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 4.4 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.007 g

BC_medals 

ZŁOTO - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BRONZE - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
14
BC_BITTERNESS
15
BC_COLOR
80

Double IPA

Double IPA

An intensely hopped, light top-fermented beer, a symbol of the beer revolution at the end of the 20th century. The new wave hop varieties used (Chinook, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, Centennial) bring the aroma of citrus fruits - pineapple, lychee and passion fruit. Its rich maltiness balances the high bitterness, creating the right balance of taste and makes the beer - despite its power - pleasantly drinkable. Try it and stay with it for longer.

Beer with a distinct malt fullness, countered by the dominant hop bitterness with tropical fruit aromas - although we did not add them at all.

RECIPE NO.: X

BC_style 

Double IPA

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, caramel), wheat malt, hops (Magnum, Chinook, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, Centennial), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 282 kJ/68 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.0 g
including sugars: 1.5 g
Protein: 0.7 g
Salt: 0.009 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8
BC_PLATO
18
BC_BITTERNESS
60
BC_COLOR
28

Double IPA

An intensely hopped, light top-fermented beer, a symbol of the beer revolution at the end of the 20th century. The new wave hop varieties used (Chinook, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, Centennial) bring the aroma of citrus fruits - pineapple, lychee and passion fruit. Its rich maltiness balances the high bitterness, creating the right balance of taste and makes the beer - despite its power - pleasantly drinkable. Try it and stay with it for longer.

Beer with a distinct malt fullness, countered by the dominant hop bitterness with tropical fruit aromas - although we did not add them at all.

RECIPE NO.: X

BC_style 

Double IPA

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, caramel), wheat malt, hops (Magnum, Chinook, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, Centennial), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 282 kJ/68 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.0 g
including sugars: 1.5 g
Protein: 0.7 g
Salt: 0.009 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8
BC_PLATO
18
BC_BITTERNESS
60
BC_COLOR
28

Sour Mango Ale

Sour Mango Ale

You have the opportunity to taste the best beer selected by the consumers' voice at the 1st Home Brewers Festival. Its uniqueness results from the combination of traditional beer ingredients with oatmeal and mango sheep. Acidification of the wort with a selected Lactobacillus strain additionally enhances the fruity character. This unique composition of wheat beer with a pleasant taste and aroma of ripe mango reveals a world of beer fantasies.

Do you think that beer cannot surprise you? Try it - an energetic combination of mango fruit with sour wheat beer, the best beer of the 1st Home Brewers Festival.

RECIPE NO.: XXXV

BC_style 

Sour Ale

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (pilsner, pale ale, Carapils), wheat malt, mango (15%), oatmeal , hops, yeast, Lactobacillus lactic bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 224 kJ/54 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.8 g
including sugars: 2.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.005 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,0
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
10
BC_COLOR
mangowy 10

Sour Mango Ale

You have the opportunity to taste the best beer selected by the consumers' voice at the 1st Home Brewers Festival. Its uniqueness results from the combination of traditional beer ingredients with oatmeal and mango sheep. Acidification of the wort with a selected Lactobacillus strain additionally enhances the fruity character. This unique composition of wheat beer with a pleasant taste and aroma of ripe mango reveals a world of beer fantasies.

Do you think that beer cannot surprise you? Try it - an energetic combination of mango fruit with sour wheat beer, the best beer of the 1st Home Brewers Festival.

RECIPE NO.: XXXV

BC_style 

Sour Ale

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (pilsner, pale ale, Carapils), wheat malt, mango (15%), oatmeal , hops, yeast, Lactobacillus lactic bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 224 kJ/54 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.8 g
including sugars: 2.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.005 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,0
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
10
BC_COLOR
mangowy 10

Pszeniczne

Pszeniczne

Hefe-Weizen style unfiltered wheat beer. Strongly refreshing with abundant white foam and a clear yeast sediment. You decide how you want to taste them - clear or mixed and cloudy. We guarantee that it will taste good in both cases. Its characteristic banana and clove bouquet is the result of the work of specially selected yeast strains. The high content of wheat malt gives it an appropriate flavor fullness. Hop bitterness is only a delicate accent here.

Refreshing, unfiltered wheat beer with a rich, white head. Slightly malty flavor with a slight bitterness. A specially selected yeast strain gives it a rich fruity and clove aroma.

RECIPE NO.: VIII

BC_style 

Weizen/Weissbier

BC_composition 

water, wheat malt, barley malts (pilsner, caramel), hops, yeast

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 191 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.5 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,4
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
12
BC_COLOR
14

Pszeniczne

Hefe-Weizen style unfiltered wheat beer. Strongly refreshing with abundant white foam and a clear yeast sediment. You decide how you want to taste them - clear or mixed and cloudy. We guarantee that it will taste good in both cases. Its characteristic banana and clove bouquet is the result of the work of specially selected yeast strains. The high content of wheat malt gives it an appropriate flavor fullness. Hop bitterness is only a delicate accent here.

Refreshing, unfiltered wheat beer with a rich, white head. Slightly malty flavor with a slight bitterness. A specially selected yeast strain gives it a rich fruity and clove aroma.

RECIPE NO.: VIII

BC_style 

Weizen/Weissbier

BC_composition 

water, wheat malt, barley malts (pilsner, caramel), hops, yeast

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 191 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.5 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,4
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
12
BC_COLOR
14

Witbier

Witbier

Witbier is a wheat beer, referring to traditional Belgian wines brewed in Brabant. It is made from unmalted wheat and light barley malt. It is usually flavored with freshly ground coriander seeds and bitter orange peel. To further emphasize its citrus character, we also used lemon peel. Thanks to this, the beer gained its fruitiness. Now you can taste this pleasantly refreshing and slightly acidic beer.

A light, refreshing "white" beer with a low bitterness and a delicate sour finish. Perceptible notes of herbal and citrus come from the spices used - coriander, lemon and orange peel.

RECIPE NO.: XVII

BC_style 

Witbier

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, wheat Unmalted, malt, wheat, lemon peel, orange peel, coriander, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_seasonal

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_cuisine 

.

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 15 l
Kega non-returnable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 186 kJ/44 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.8 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.3 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,9
BC_PLATO
11,4
BC_BITTERNESS
10
BC_COLOR
10

Witbier

Witbier is a wheat beer, referring to traditional Belgian wines brewed in Brabant. It is made from unmalted wheat and light barley malt. It is usually flavored with freshly ground coriander seeds and bitter orange peel. To further emphasize its citrus character, we also used lemon peel. Thanks to this, the beer gained its fruitiness. Now you can taste this pleasantly refreshing and slightly acidic beer.

A light, refreshing "white" beer with a low bitterness and a delicate sour finish. Perceptible notes of herbal and citrus come from the spices used - coriander, lemon and orange peel.

RECIPE NO.: XVII

BC_style 

Witbier

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, wheat Unmalted, malt, wheat, lemon peel, orange peel, coriander, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_seasonal

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_cuisine 

.

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 15 l
Kega non-returnable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 186 kJ/44 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.8 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.3 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,9
BC_PLATO
11,4
BC_BITTERNESS
10
BC_COLOR
10

Fruit Wheat (Truskawka)

Fruit Wheat (Truskawka)

Fruit Wheat - wheat, fruity refreshing and slightly acidic beer with a characteristic strawberry aroma and taste. The addition of fruit changes the perception of beer as a cereal-hoppy drink, and its slightly pink color is the result of a combination of malt and strawberries. Beer based on the original recipe of Piotr Machowski, winner in the largest Home Beer Competition in 2016.

Bright, wheat, fruity beer with a captivating taste and aroma of Polish strawberries. The winner of the Grand Champion 2016 title in the most important national competition of home beers.

RECIPE NO.: XIX

BC_style 

Fruit Wheat

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malts, freeze-dried strawberry, hops, yeast (FM52 American Dream).

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_seasonal

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Non-returnable PET keg 15 l
Non-returnable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 206 kJ/49 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.8 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Salt: 0.009 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
15
BC_COLOR
14

Fruit Wheat (Truskawka)

Fruit Wheat - wheat, fruity refreshing and slightly acidic beer with a characteristic strawberry aroma and taste. The addition of fruit changes the perception of beer as a cereal-hoppy drink, and its slightly pink color is the result of a combination of malt and strawberries. Beer based on the original recipe of Piotr Machowski, winner in the largest Home Beer Competition in 2016.

Bright, wheat, fruity beer with a captivating taste and aroma of Polish strawberries. The winner of the Grand Champion 2016 title in the most important national competition of home beers.

RECIPE NO.: XIX

BC_style 

Fruit Wheat

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malts, freeze-dried strawberry, hops, yeast (FM52 American Dream).

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_seasonal

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Non-returnable PET keg 15 l
Non-returnable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 206 kJ/49 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.8 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Salt: 0.009 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
15
BC_COLOR
14

West Coast IPA

West Coast IPA

Cieszyn's West Coast IPA is the result of the employee beer competition. For the first time in history, Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn made it possible to brew beer based on the original recipe of the winner - Kamil Morawski. West Coast IPA owes its aroma to new wave hops. It is accompanied by a sweet scent, with a distinct bitter taste and a dry finish. A very drinkable species.

Cieszyn's West Coast IPA is the result of the employee beer competition. For the first time in history, Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn made it possible to brew beer based on the original recipe of the winner - Kamil Morawski.

RECIPE NO.: XVI

BC_style 

West Coast IPA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Viennese, Carapils), wheat malt (Carawheat), hops (Magnum, Galaxy, Mosaic, Chinook), yeast US-05.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 15 l
Kega non-returnable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 200 kJ/48 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.5 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,8
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
45
BC_COLOR
25

West Coast IPA

Cieszyn's West Coast IPA is the result of the employee beer competition. For the first time in history, Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn made it possible to brew beer based on the original recipe of the winner - Kamil Morawski. West Coast IPA owes its aroma to new wave hops. It is accompanied by a sweet scent, with a distinct bitter taste and a dry finish. A very drinkable species.

Cieszyn's West Coast IPA is the result of the employee beer competition. For the first time in history, Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn made it possible to brew beer based on the original recipe of the winner - Kamil Morawski.

RECIPE NO.: XVI

BC_style 

West Coast IPA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Viennese, Carapils), wheat malt (Carawheat), hops (Magnum, Galaxy, Mosaic, Chinook), yeast US-05.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 15 l
Kega non-returnable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 200 kJ/48 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.5 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,8
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
45
BC_COLOR
25

Porter

Porter

The Cieszyn porter belongs to the Baltic porter species, historically represented only in Poland. It is very powerful, as evidenced by its very dark color. However, this does not prevent Porter from being highly drinkable. It is distinguished by a velvety body flowing from well-perceptible chocolate-coffee notes, based on roasted malts. Porter is a bottom-fermented beer, traditionally mash with the decoction method.

The Cieszyn porter belongs to the Baltic porter species, historically represented only in Poland. It is very powerful, as evidenced by its very dark color.

RECIPE NO.: XI

BC_style 

Baltic porter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 350 kJ/84 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 6.3 g
including sugars: 1.7 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Salt: 0.01 g

BC_medals 

BROWN - Ibeerian Awards 2019

BRONZE - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2018

BC_ALCOHOL
9,8
BC_PLATO
22
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
190

Porter

The Cieszyn porter belongs to the Baltic porter species, historically represented only in Poland. It is very powerful, as evidenced by its very dark color. However, this does not prevent Porter from being highly drinkable. It is distinguished by a velvety body flowing from well-perceptible chocolate-coffee notes, based on roasted malts. Porter is a bottom-fermented beer, traditionally mash with the decoction method.

The Cieszyn porter belongs to the Baltic porter species, historically represented only in Poland. It is very powerful, as evidenced by its very dark color.

RECIPE NO.: XI

BC_style 

Baltic porter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 350 kJ/84 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 6.3 g
including sugars: 1.7 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Salt: 0.01 g

BC_medals 

BROWN - Ibeerian Awards 2019

BRONZE - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2018

BC_ALCOHOL
9,8
BC_PLATO
22
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
190

Stout

Stout

Stout Cieszyński owes its unique character to an original combination: a mild chocolate note, broken with intense bitterness and a spicy finish. The sophisticated composition is a work of natural additives: chilli, vanilla and cocoa. To bring out even more aromas, the foam height has been reduced. Stout Cieszyński is a top-fermented beer. Beer mash traditionally using the decoction method.

Stout Cieszyński owes its unique character to an original combination: a mild chocolate note, broken with intense bitterness and a spicy finish.

RECIPE NO.: XIII

BC_style 

Stout

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, hops, cocoa, chili pepper, vanilla, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 15 l
Kega non-returnable PE 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 240 kJ/57 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.0 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.008 g

BC_medals 

BRONZE - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
6,2
BC_PLATO
14
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
150

Stout

Stout Cieszyński owes its unique character to an original combination: a mild chocolate note, broken with intense bitterness and a spicy finish. The sophisticated composition is a work of natural additives: chilli, vanilla and cocoa. To bring out even more aromas, the foam height has been reduced. Stout Cieszyński is a top-fermented beer. Beer mash traditionally using the decoction method.

Stout Cieszyński owes its unique character to an original combination: a mild chocolate note, broken with intense bitterness and a spicy finish.

RECIPE NO.: XIII

BC_style 

Stout

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, hops, cocoa, chili pepper, vanilla, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 15 l
Kega non-returnable PE 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 240 kJ/57 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.0 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.008 g

BC_medals 

BRONZE - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
6,2
BC_PLATO
14
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
150

Koźlak dubeltowy (REEDYCJA)

Koźlak dubeltowy (REEDYCJA)

A unique beer that is a milestone in contemporary Polish brewing. Koźlak Dubeltowy is a re-edition of the cult Grand Champion of the Birofilia Festival. It first appeared on the market in 2009. It owes its character to the combination of the original recipe by Jan Krysiak with the knowledge and experience of Cieszyn brewers. Long maturation in the brewery's cellars makes the beer acquire its own taste qualities. Now is the time to please our customers' palates again.

Doppelbock-style beer, rich malt flavor with medium hop bitterness. Grand Champion 2009 and silver medalist of the international competition Ibeerian Awards 2019

RECIPE NO.: II

BC_style 

Great snipe post

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, Viennese, caramel), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 330 kJ/79 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 6.3 g
including sugars: 1.5 g
Protein: 0.9 g
Salt: 0.008 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Ibeerian Awards 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
8,9
BC_PLATO
20
BC_BITTERNESS
27
BC_COLOR
42

Koźlak dubeltowy (REEDYCJA)

A unique beer that is a milestone in contemporary Polish brewing. Koźlak Dubeltowy is a re-edition of the cult Grand Champion of the Birofilia Festival. It first appeared on the market in 2009. It owes its character to the combination of the original recipe by Jan Krysiak with the knowledge and experience of Cieszyn brewers. Long maturation in the brewery's cellars makes the beer acquire its own taste qualities. Now is the time to please our customers' palates again.

Doppelbock-style beer, rich malt flavor with medium hop bitterness. Grand Champion 2009 and silver medalist of the international competition Ibeerian Awards 2019

RECIPE NO.: II

BC_style 

Great snipe post

BC_composition 

water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, Viennese, caramel), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 330 kJ/79 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 6.3 g
including sugars: 1.5 g
Protein: 0.9 g
Salt: 0.008 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Ibeerian Awards 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
8,9
BC_PLATO
20
BC_BITTERNESS
27
BC_COLOR
42

Lager BIO

Lager BIO

Bottom-fermented organic beer, brewed by the Olza River. Its character is shaped by aging in the 19th century brewery cellars, hidden in the slope of the castle hill. Beer with a pleasant, full and refreshing taste with a medium bitterness, perfectly quenches thirst.

Bottom-fermented organic beer, brewed by the Olza River. Its character is shaped by aging in the 19th century brewery cellars, hidden in the slope of the castle hill. Beer with a pleasant, full and refreshing taste with a medium bitterness, perfectly quenches thirst.

RECIPE NO.: XXVII

BC_style 

Pale Lager

BC_composition 

Ingredients: water, organic barley malt, organic hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 178 kJ/42 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 0.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.009 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
11,5
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
10

Lager BIO

Bottom-fermented organic beer, brewed by the Olza River. Its character is shaped by aging in the 19th century brewery cellars, hidden in the slope of the castle hill. Beer with a pleasant, full and refreshing taste with a medium bitterness, perfectly quenches thirst.

Bottom-fermented organic beer, brewed by the Olza River. Its character is shaped by aging in the 19th century brewery cellars, hidden in the slope of the castle hill. Beer with a pleasant, full and refreshing taste with a medium bitterness, perfectly quenches thirst.

RECIPE NO.: XXVII

BC_style 

Pale Lager

BC_composition 

Ingredients: water, organic barley malt, organic hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 178 kJ/42 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 0.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.009 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
11,5
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
10

Zdrój Zamkowy

Zdrój Zamkowy

Bright, full-bodied, malty beer, based on the found records of Cieszyn Brewers from the middle of the last century.

Bright, full-bodied, malty beer, based on the found records of Cieszyn Brewers from the middle of the last century.

RECIPE NO.: XXII

BC_style 

Pale Lager

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (pilsner, caramel), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Turning keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 163 kJ/39 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
11
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
15

Zdrój Zamkowy

Bright, full-bodied, malty beer, based on the found records of Cieszyn Brewers from the middle of the last century.

Bright, full-bodied, malty beer, based on the found records of Cieszyn Brewers from the middle of the last century.

RECIPE NO.: XXII

BC_style 

Pale Lager

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (pilsner, caramel), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Turning keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 163 kJ/39 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
11
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
15

Noszak

Noszak

NOSZAK beer, brewed in the historic Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn using traditional methods, is filled with people's passion and the magic of the place. It was created in tribute to Przemysław I Noszak, the Duke of Cieszyn in the years 1358-1410, one of the most outstanding diplomats of 14th-century Europe.

NOSZAK "returned" to the Castle Hill in Cieszyn. In tribute to the most outstanding ruler of the Duchy of Cieszyn, Przemysław I Noszak (1358-1410), we have created a unique beer.

RECIPE NO.: XXVI

BC_style 

Lager

BC_composition 

Water, light barley malt, dark caramel malt, Marynka hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 188 kJ/45 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 2.6 g
including sugars: 0.8 g
Protein: 1.2 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
12
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
15

Noszak

NOSZAK beer, brewed in the historic Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn using traditional methods, is filled with people's passion and the magic of the place. It was created in tribute to Przemysław I Noszak, the Duke of Cieszyn in the years 1358-1410, one of the most outstanding diplomats of 14th-century Europe.

NOSZAK "returned" to the Castle Hill in Cieszyn. In tribute to the most outstanding ruler of the Duchy of Cieszyn, Przemysław I Noszak (1358-1410), we have created a unique beer.

RECIPE NO.: XXVI

BC_style 

Lager

BC_composition 

Water, light barley malt, dark caramel malt, Marynka hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 188 kJ/45 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 2.6 g
including sugars: 0.8 g
Protein: 1.2 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
12
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
15

UfF0% Granat

UfF0% Granat

UfF 0% - (Unfermented Free), we dedicate to all our consumers, especially those who want to stay away from alcohol. Using beer ingredients (malt, hops) and fresh, natural, squeezed juices, we have created a very fruity drink. Unlike other products that the Brewery is famous for, we have deliberately omitted the alcoholic fermentation stage in this process, so we guarantee absolute 0.0% alcohol. The slightly acidic taste, obtained by acidifying the beer wort with Lactobacillus bacteria, permeates here with fruity sweetness, and the delicate saturation gives freshness. Try our UfF 0% and enjoy.

A great choice for those looking for a non-alcoholic refreshment. Based on beer ingredients and natural fruit juices, we have created a non-alcoholic drink that not only perfectly quenches thirst, but also suits every occasion, regardless of the distance you still have to cover.

RECIPE NO.: XLIV

BC_style 

Non-alcoholic drink

BC_composition 

Water, beer wort (28% - water, barley malt, hops), NFC juices (28% - apple, pomegranate, quince, lime), Lactobacillus bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_no

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 117 kJ/27 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 6.6 g
including sugars: 4.6 g
Protein: 0.2 g
Salt: 0.050 g
BC_ALCOHOL
0,0
BC_PLATO
7,5
BC_BITTERNESS
5
BC_COLOR
13

UfF0% Granat

UfF 0% - (Unfermented Free), we dedicate to all our consumers, especially those who want to stay away from alcohol. Using beer ingredients (malt, hops) and fresh, natural, squeezed juices, we have created a very fruity drink. Unlike other products that the Brewery is famous for, we have deliberately omitted the alcoholic fermentation stage in this process, so we guarantee absolute 0.0% alcohol. The slightly acidic taste, obtained by acidifying the beer wort with Lactobacillus bacteria, permeates here with fruity sweetness, and the delicate saturation gives freshness. Try our UfF 0% and enjoy.

A great choice for those looking for a non-alcoholic refreshment. Based on beer ingredients and natural fruit juices, we have created a non-alcoholic drink that not only perfectly quenches thirst, but also suits every occasion, regardless of the distance you still have to cover.

RECIPE NO.: XLIV

BC_style 

Non-alcoholic drink

BC_composition 

Water, beer wort (28% - water, barley malt, hops), NFC juices (28% - apple, pomegranate, quince, lime), Lactobacillus bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_no

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 117 kJ/27 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 6.6 g
including sugars: 4.6 g
Protein: 0.2 g
Salt: 0.050 g
BC_ALCOHOL
0,0
BC_PLATO
7,5
BC_BITTERNESS
5
BC_COLOR
13

UfF0% Mango

UfF0% Mango

UfF 0% - it's a great choice for those looking for a non-alcoholic refreshment. Using the beer ingredients (malt, hops), to which we added a large amount of natural, energizing mango pulp, we created a very fruity drink. It was created in a process without alcohol fermentation (Unfermented Free), and its fruitiness was enhanced by additionally acidifying the beer wort with Lactobacillus bacteria. We have skillfully combined the whole to create a natural source of delicate freshness. Try our UfF 0% and enjoy.

UfF 0% - it's a great choice for those looking for a non-alcoholic refreshment. Using the beer ingredients (malt, hops), to which we added a large amount of natural, energizing mango pulp, we created a very fruity drink.

RECIPE NO.: L.

BC_style 

Non-alcoholic drink

BC_composition 

Water, beer wort (88% - water, barley malt, hops), mango fruit pulp 12%, Lactobacillus bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_not_yet_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_no

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 147 kJ/35 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 8.6 g
including sugars: 6.6 g
Protein: 0.2 g
Salt: 0.060 g
BC_ALCOHOL
0,0
BC_PLATO
10
BC_BITTERNESS
10
BC_COLOR
jasny :)

UfF0% Mango

UfF 0% - it's a great choice for those looking for a non-alcoholic refreshment. Using the beer ingredients (malt, hops), to which we added a large amount of natural, energizing mango pulp, we created a very fruity drink. It was created in a process without alcohol fermentation (Unfermented Free), and its fruitiness was enhanced by additionally acidifying the beer wort with Lactobacillus bacteria. We have skillfully combined the whole to create a natural source of delicate freshness. Try our UfF 0% and enjoy.

UfF 0% - it's a great choice for those looking for a non-alcoholic refreshment. Using the beer ingredients (malt, hops), to which we added a large amount of natural, energizing mango pulp, we created a very fruity drink.

RECIPE NO.: L.

BC_style 

Non-alcoholic drink

BC_composition 

Water, beer wort (88% - water, barley malt, hops), mango fruit pulp 12%, Lactobacillus bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_not_yet_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_no

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 147 kJ/35 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 8.6 g
including sugars: 6.6 g
Protein: 0.2 g
Salt: 0.060 g
BC_ALCOHOL
0,0
BC_PLATO
10
BC_BITTERNESS
10
BC_COLOR
jasny :)

Lekkie żytnie

Lekkie żytnie

Rye beer is most often associated with the Roggenbier style. Our Light Rye is nothing like this Bavarian specialty. It is light and subtle, although clearly hopped, and has only a moderate level of rye character. It is a proposition for a moment of relaxation, when we feel that we want something light, refreshing and unusual at the same time. Reach for the Light Rye whenever you feel that this is the time.

Rye beer is most often associated with the Roggenbier style. Our Light Rye is nothing like this Bavarian specialty. It is light and subtle, although clearly hopped, and has only a moderate level of rye character. It is a proposition for a moment of relaxation, when we feel that we want something light, refreshing and unusual at the same time. Reach for the Light Rye whenever you feel that this is the time.

RECIPE NO.: LII

BC_style 

Hybrid light beers (rye beer)

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, pale Ale, Cookie), rye flakes, oatmeal, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
PET keg 30 l
PET keg 15 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 29 kJ/122 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 0.7 g
Protein: <0.3 g
Salt: 0.0075 g
BC_ALCOHOL
3.0
BC_PLATO
8.0
BC_BITTERNESS
18
BC_COLOR
15

Lekkie żytnie

Rye beer is most often associated with the Roggenbier style. Our Light Rye is nothing like this Bavarian specialty. It is light and subtle, although clearly hopped, and has only a moderate level of rye character. It is a proposition for a moment of relaxation, when we feel that we want something light, refreshing and unusual at the same time. Reach for the Light Rye whenever you feel that this is the time.

Rye beer is most often associated with the Roggenbier style. Our Light Rye is nothing like this Bavarian specialty. It is light and subtle, although clearly hopped, and has only a moderate level of rye character. It is a proposition for a moment of relaxation, when we feel that we want something light, refreshing and unusual at the same time. Reach for the Light Rye whenever you feel that this is the time.

RECIPE NO.: LII

BC_style 

Hybrid light beers (rye beer)

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, pale Ale, Cookie), rye flakes, oatmeal, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_permanent

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
PET keg 30 l
PET keg 15 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 29 kJ/122 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 0.7 g
Protein: <0.3 g
Salt: 0.0075 g
BC_ALCOHOL
3.0
BC_PLATO
8.0
BC_BITTERNESS
18
BC_COLOR
15

Gose z marakują

Gose z marakują

A beer full of contradictions. Gose itself is unusual, and when we add passion fruit to it, you can only love or hate such a mixture. Sour, wheat beer with the addition of rock salt and seasoned with coriander, all seasoned with a solid portion of energizing passion fruit. As if that was not enough, its acidity was broken with the addition of lactose. Sounds intriguing? In our opinion, interesting enough to try at least once. Believe it or not, nothing will ever be the same after that.

A beer full of contradictions. Gose itself is unusual, and when we add passion fruit to it, you can only love or hate such a mixture. Sour, wheat beer with the addition of rock salt and seasoned with coriander, all seasoned with a solid portion of energizing passion fruit. As if that was not enough, its acidity was broken with the addition of lactose.

RECIPE NO.: LIII

BC_style 

Sour German Ale - Gose with added fruit

BC_composition 

Water, malts ( barley, wheat ), passion fruit (NFC juice), lactose , oatmeal , coriander, rock salt, hops, yeast, Lactobacillus bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
PET keg 30 l
PET keg 15 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 50 kJ/210 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.8 g
including sugars: 1.8 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.068 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,9
BC_PLATO
13,5
BC_BITTERNESS
8
BC_COLOR
15

Gose z marakują

A beer full of contradictions. Gose itself is unusual, and when we add passion fruit to it, you can only love or hate such a mixture. Sour, wheat beer with the addition of rock salt and seasoned with coriander, all seasoned with a solid portion of energizing passion fruit. As if that was not enough, its acidity was broken with the addition of lactose. Sounds intriguing? In our opinion, interesting enough to try at least once. Believe it or not, nothing will ever be the same after that.

A beer full of contradictions. Gose itself is unusual, and when we add passion fruit to it, you can only love or hate such a mixture. Sour, wheat beer with the addition of rock salt and seasoned with coriander, all seasoned with a solid portion of energizing passion fruit. As if that was not enough, its acidity was broken with the addition of lactose.

RECIPE NO.: LIII

BC_style 

Sour German Ale - Gose with added fruit

BC_composition 

Water, malts ( barley, wheat ), passion fruit (NFC juice), lactose , oatmeal , coriander, rock salt, hops, yeast, Lactobacillus bacteria.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
PET keg 30 l
PET keg 15 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 50 kJ/210 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.8 g
including sugars: 1.8 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.068 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,9
BC_PLATO
13,5
BC_BITTERNESS
8
BC_COLOR
15

Dobry Początek - Stout owsiany

Dobry Początek - Stout owsiany

Wondering what you will be doing tonight… you are just holding something in your hand to start it off. Our oat stout is like good news - it puts you in a positive mood, giving you energy and the right attitude. You will find there notes of coffee seasoned with shavings of delicious chocolate. Pleasant, subdued hop bitterness, balances the smooth, malty-grain fullness. Do not hesitate, try it and check what else is hidden inside. When you're done, you'll smile with a smile - yes, that was a good idea.

The winning beer in the Polish Home Brewers Championship competition. Grand Champion 2020.

RECIPE NO. LIV

BC_style 

Oat stout

BC_composition 

water, barley malt (Maris otter®, Red crystal, Chocolate), oatmeal , roasted barley , hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 46 kJ/195 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 4.8 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.0072 g

BC_medals 

 

 

BC_ALCOHOL
5,0
BC_PLATO
13,0
BC_BITTERNESS
20
BC_COLOR
180

Dobry Początek - Stout owsiany

Wondering what you will be doing tonight… you are just holding something in your hand to start it off. Our oat stout is like good news - it puts you in a positive mood, giving you energy and the right attitude. You will find there notes of coffee seasoned with shavings of delicious chocolate. Pleasant, subdued hop bitterness, balances the smooth, malty-grain fullness. Do not hesitate, try it and check what else is hidden inside. When you're done, you'll smile with a smile - yes, that was a good idea.

The winning beer in the Polish Home Brewers Championship competition. Grand Champion 2020.

RECIPE NO. LIV

BC_style 

Oat stout

BC_composition 

water, barley malt (Maris otter®, Red crystal, Chocolate), oatmeal , roasted barley , hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 46 kJ/195 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 4.8 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.0072 g

BC_medals 

 

 

BC_ALCOHOL
5,0
BC_PLATO
13,0
BC_BITTERNESS
20
BC_COLOR
180

Farmhouse Ale z malinami

Farmhouse Ale z malinami

Farmhouse But in its purest form, wild yet calm, spontaneous yet tame. Filled with taste and smell, caressing senses, just like in Leśmian's "Raspberry chruśniak". Untouched by progress, clean and virgin like morgi of Józef Ślimak from the Prus' Outpost. Traditional, home-made beer that evokes the associations of peaceful Benelux villages, where time runs its own rhythm. Try the interpretation of the winning pair of brewers in the Employee Beer Competition.

A wild beer with a Belgian character and raspberries. You will find everything you need for complete relaxation.

RECIPE NO. LV

BC_composition 

water, barley malt (Pilsner, Carared, acidifying), wheat malt, raspberry fruit, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 47 kJ/197 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.2 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,6
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
16
BC_COLOR
18

Farmhouse Ale z malinami

Farmhouse But in its purest form, wild yet calm, spontaneous yet tame. Filled with taste and smell, caressing senses, just like in Leśmian's "Raspberry chruśniak". Untouched by progress, clean and virgin like morgi of Józef Ślimak from the Prus' Outpost. Traditional, home-made beer that evokes the associations of peaceful Benelux villages, where time runs its own rhythm. Try the interpretation of the winning pair of brewers in the Employee Beer Competition.

A wild beer with a Belgian character and raspberries. You will find everything you need for complete relaxation.

RECIPE NO. LV

BC_composition 

water, barley malt (Pilsner, Carared, acidifying), wheat malt, raspberry fruit, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 47 kJ/197 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.2 g
including sugars: 1.1 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,6
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
16
BC_COLOR
18

Quadrupel

Quadrupel

Quadrupel - the strongest representative of the Belgian beer world. Its deep copper-brown color portends a rich and complex character. The clear, malt base is complemented by the aromatic notes of dried dark fruit, soaked in rum. The slightly spicy bouquet is the result of fermenting the beer with a properly selected strain of Belgian yeast. Try this delicacy, brewed for centuries by Trappists, interpreted by Piotr Kaleńczuk - the winner of the Polish Home Brewers Championship 2019.

Grand Champion 2019. Dark, strong ale, which with its character takes us into the mysterious world of Belgian monastery breweries.

RECIPE NO.: XLIX

BC_style 

Quadrupel

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt (Pilsen, Vienna, Red X, Special B, Red Crystal), wheat malt, candied syrup, candied sugar, barley flakes, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 86 kJ/361 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 9.0 g
including sugars: 2.2 g
Protein: 1.1 g
Salt: 0.012 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,2
BC_PLATO
23
BC_BITTERNESS
35
BC_COLOR
140

Quadrupel

Quadrupel - the strongest representative of the Belgian beer world. Its deep copper-brown color portends a rich and complex character. The clear, malt base is complemented by the aromatic notes of dried dark fruit, soaked in rum. The slightly spicy bouquet is the result of fermenting the beer with a properly selected strain of Belgian yeast. Try this delicacy, brewed for centuries by Trappists, interpreted by Piotr Kaleńczuk - the winner of the Polish Home Brewers Championship 2019.

Grand Champion 2019. Dark, strong ale, which with its character takes us into the mysterious world of Belgian monastery breweries.

RECIPE NO.: XLIX

BC_style 

Quadrupel

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt (Pilsen, Vienna, Red X, Special B, Red Crystal), wheat malt, candied syrup, candied sugar, barley flakes, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 86 kJ/361 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 9.0 g
including sugars: 2.2 g
Protein: 1.1 g
Salt: 0.012 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,2
BC_PLATO
23
BC_BITTERNESS
35
BC_COLOR
140

Russian Imperial Stout

Russian Imperial Stout

Darker than Siberian coal, stronger than the Kamchatka brown bear, more complex than the ecosystem of virgin forest and as dense as Caspian oil. Born on the brink of summer. In the light of many full moons, he was gaining his maturity to now enjoy your senses with a wealth of happy experiences. Do you think, the drink I reach for, worthy of my palate? Indeed, we say, not just any drink, it is Mr. RIS himself - the most delicious among Stout.

Stout over Stout. Darker than Siberian coal, stronger than the Kamchatka brown bear, more complex than the ecosystem of virgin forest and as dense as Caspian oil. Born on the brink of summer. In the light of many full moons, he was gaining his maturity to now enjoy your senses with a wealth of happy experiences. Do you think, the drink I reach for, worthy of my palate? Indeed, we say, not just any drink

RECIPE NR LI

BC_style 

Stout

BC_composition 

water, barley malt (Pale Ale, Caramunich II, Special B), roasted barley , wheat malt (Chocolate Wheat), dark muscovado sugar, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 430 kJ/103 kcal
Fat: <0.1g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 10.3 g
including sugars: 2.1 g
Protein: 1.2 g
Salt: 0.016 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,8
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
50
BC_COLOR
300

Russian Imperial Stout

Darker than Siberian coal, stronger than the Kamchatka brown bear, more complex than the ecosystem of virgin forest and as dense as Caspian oil. Born on the brink of summer. In the light of many full moons, he was gaining his maturity to now enjoy your senses with a wealth of happy experiences. Do you think, the drink I reach for, worthy of my palate? Indeed, we say, not just any drink, it is Mr. RIS himself - the most delicious among Stout.

Stout over Stout. Darker than Siberian coal, stronger than the Kamchatka brown bear, more complex than the ecosystem of virgin forest and as dense as Caspian oil. Born on the brink of summer. In the light of many full moons, he was gaining his maturity to now enjoy your senses with a wealth of happy experiences. Do you think, the drink I reach for, worthy of my palate? Indeed, we say, not just any drink

RECIPE NR LI

BC_style 

Stout

BC_composition 

water, barley malt (Pale Ale, Caramunich II, Special B), roasted barley , wheat malt (Chocolate Wheat), dark muscovado sugar, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 430 kJ/103 kcal
Fat: <0.1g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 10.3 g
including sugars: 2.1 g
Protein: 1.2 g
Salt: 0.016 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,8
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
50
BC_COLOR
300

Hop na Kawkę

Hop na Kawkę

Hop na Kawka - dark brown porter-style beer with the addition of natural coffee beans. What's so special about this beer? Taste, aroma, color… that is also true, but the way it was made is remarkable. The Fibonacci sequence was used to create the recipe, and the malts used in it are its first eight characters. It is amazing how often in nature we can observe this golden ratio. Now we can also find it inside this bottle. Sounds intriguing?

Hop na Kawka - dark brown porter-style beer with the addition of natural coffee beans. What's so special about this beer? Taste, aroma, color… that is also true, but the way it was made is remarkable. The Fibonacci sequence was used to create the recipe, and the malts used in it are its first eight characters. It is amazing how often in nature we can observe this golden ratio. Now we can also find it inside this bottle. Sounds intriguing?

RECIPE NO.: XLVIII

BC_style 

Brown Porter with coffee

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Munich, Maris Otter, Pilsen, Chocolate, Caramel, Red Crystal, Brown), coffee, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 192 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,3
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
85

Hop na Kawkę

Hop na Kawka - dark brown porter-style beer with the addition of natural coffee beans. What's so special about this beer? Taste, aroma, color… that is also true, but the way it was made is remarkable. The Fibonacci sequence was used to create the recipe, and the malts used in it are its first eight characters. It is amazing how often in nature we can observe this golden ratio. Now we can also find it inside this bottle. Sounds intriguing?

Hop na Kawka - dark brown porter-style beer with the addition of natural coffee beans. What's so special about this beer? Taste, aroma, color… that is also true, but the way it was made is remarkable. The Fibonacci sequence was used to create the recipe, and the malts used in it are its first eight characters. It is amazing how often in nature we can observe this golden ratio. Now we can also find it inside this bottle. Sounds intriguing?

RECIPE NO.: XLVIII

BC_style 

Brown Porter with coffee

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Munich, Maris Otter, Pilsen, Chocolate, Caramel, Red Crystal, Brown), coffee, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 192 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,3
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
85

Rye Wine

Rye Wine

Special award of Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn in the Grand Champion competition of the Polish Association of Home Brewers 2017, recipe - Mariusz Bystryk. Brewing this type of beer requires a lot of patience and commitment from the brewer. Suffice it to say that the process of creating the wort, which would be ready for fermentation, took about 20 hours. The most difficult part of it was the part related to mash filtration - its time was almost four times longer than standard activities. All operations were carried out under the supervision of the author of the recipe - he personally supervised the process and despite the great satisfaction it gave him, after several hours of effort, he completely lost his strength. The wort obtained together with their efforts was inoculated with yeast of Belgian provenance, which set to work briskly. After the end of fermentation, the young beer was placed in a lagering tank in brewery cellars, where it matured for several months, waiting for its premiere. Thanks to the high content of rye malt, we have obtained an intriguing, thick and "sticky" beer with a substantial malt foundation. The distinct sweetness we feel is the result of the remaining extract that forms its flavor base. The components resulting from the work of the yeast used appear only in the background. It includes aromas of dried fruit, flowers, esters, as well as a light solvent aroma and higher alcohols. The rich, grain flavor is countered by hop bitterness, which closes the whole thing, creating a memorable drink.

One of the most surprising and intriguing beers that have been matured in our cellars so far. All because of rye malt - a demanding and therefore rarely used raw material in brewing. In combination with Belgian yeast and noble hops, it creates a refined, full-bodied and unusual beer. Try it ... if you feel you want something special.

RECIPE NO.: XXIX

BC_style 

Rye Wine

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilzneński), rye malts (light, Cararye), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 L

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 424 kJ/101 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 9.8 g
including sugars: 2.2 g
Protein: 1.2 g
Salt: 0.016 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,9
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
100

Rye Wine

Special award of Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn in the Grand Champion competition of the Polish Association of Home Brewers 2017, recipe - Mariusz Bystryk. Brewing this type of beer requires a lot of patience and commitment from the brewer. Suffice it to say that the process of creating the wort, which would be ready for fermentation, took about 20 hours. The most difficult part of it was the part related to mash filtration - its time was almost four times longer than standard activities. All operations were carried out under the supervision of the author of the recipe - he personally supervised the process and despite the great satisfaction it gave him, after several hours of effort, he completely lost his strength. The wort obtained together with their efforts was inoculated with yeast of Belgian provenance, which set to work briskly. After the end of fermentation, the young beer was placed in a lagering tank in brewery cellars, where it matured for several months, waiting for its premiere. Thanks to the high content of rye malt, we have obtained an intriguing, thick and "sticky" beer with a substantial malt foundation. The distinct sweetness we feel is the result of the remaining extract that forms its flavor base. The components resulting from the work of the yeast used appear only in the background. It includes aromas of dried fruit, flowers, esters, as well as a light solvent aroma and higher alcohols. The rich, grain flavor is countered by hop bitterness, which closes the whole thing, creating a memorable drink.

One of the most surprising and intriguing beers that have been matured in our cellars so far. All because of rye malt - a demanding and therefore rarely used raw material in brewing. In combination with Belgian yeast and noble hops, it creates a refined, full-bodied and unusual beer. Try it ... if you feel you want something special.

RECIPE NO.: XXIX

BC_style 

Rye Wine

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilzneński), rye malts (light, Cararye), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 L

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 424 kJ/101 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 9.8 g
including sugars: 2.2 g
Protein: 1.2 g
Salt: 0.016 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,9
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
100

Rye Wine z Malinami B.A.

Rye Wine z Malinami B.A.

We added fresh raspberry fruit to Rye Wine and poured it into oak Bourbon barrels. A Rye Wine is a beer whose brewing requires a lot of patience and commitment from the brewer. Suffice it to say that the process of creating the wort, which would be ready for fermentation, took about 20 hours. The most difficult part of it was the part related to mash filtration - its time was almost four times longer than standard activities. All operations were carried out under the supervision of the author of the recipe - he personally supervised the process and despite the great satisfaction it gave him, after several hours of effort, he completely lost his strength. The wort obtained together with their efforts was inoculated with yeast of Belgian provenance, which set to work briskly. After the end of fermentation, the young beer was placed in a lagering tank in brewery cellars, where it matured for several months, waiting for its premiere. Thanks to the high content of rye malt, we have obtained an intriguing, thick and "sticky" beer with a substantial malt foundation. The distinct sweetness we feel is the result of the remaining extract that forms its flavor base. The components resulting from the work of the yeast used appear only in the background. It includes aromas of dried fruit, flowers, esters, as well as a light solvent aroma and higher alcohols. The rich, grain flavor is countered by hop bitterness, which closes the whole thing, creating a memorable drink.

Maliny + Rye Wine, one of the most surprising and intriguing beers that have been matured in our cellars so far. All because of rye malt - a demanding and therefore rarely used raw material in brewing. In combination with Belgian yeast and noble hops, it creates a refined, full-bodied and unusual beer. Try it ... if you feel you want something special.

RECIPE NO.: XXXI

BC_style 

Rye Wine BA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilzneński), rye malts (light, Cararye), raspberries, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

PET keg 15 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 424 kJ/101 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,9
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
110

Rye Wine z Malinami B.A.

We added fresh raspberry fruit to Rye Wine and poured it into oak Bourbon barrels. A Rye Wine is a beer whose brewing requires a lot of patience and commitment from the brewer. Suffice it to say that the process of creating the wort, which would be ready for fermentation, took about 20 hours. The most difficult part of it was the part related to mash filtration - its time was almost four times longer than standard activities. All operations were carried out under the supervision of the author of the recipe - he personally supervised the process and despite the great satisfaction it gave him, after several hours of effort, he completely lost his strength. The wort obtained together with their efforts was inoculated with yeast of Belgian provenance, which set to work briskly. After the end of fermentation, the young beer was placed in a lagering tank in brewery cellars, where it matured for several months, waiting for its premiere. Thanks to the high content of rye malt, we have obtained an intriguing, thick and "sticky" beer with a substantial malt foundation. The distinct sweetness we feel is the result of the remaining extract that forms its flavor base. The components resulting from the work of the yeast used appear only in the background. It includes aromas of dried fruit, flowers, esters, as well as a light solvent aroma and higher alcohols. The rich, grain flavor is countered by hop bitterness, which closes the whole thing, creating a memorable drink.

Maliny + Rye Wine, one of the most surprising and intriguing beers that have been matured in our cellars so far. All because of rye malt - a demanding and therefore rarely used raw material in brewing. In combination with Belgian yeast and noble hops, it creates a refined, full-bodied and unusual beer. Try it ... if you feel you want something special.

RECIPE NO.: XXXI

BC_style 

Rye Wine BA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilzneński), rye malts (light, Cararye), raspberries, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

PET keg 15 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 424 kJ/101 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,9
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
110

Wheat Wine

Wheat Wine

Wheat Wine is a beer style that takes its origins from the American craft brewing movement. His story shows how complete accident can make something extraordinary arise. Phil Moeller - a brewer from the Rubicon brewery in Sacramento, California - made the mistake of brewing barleywine with their friend by adding a large amount of wheat malt to the prepared mash. Instead of setting a new batch, curious about the effect, they decided to ferment the wort obtained. The moment the beer was ready to be tasted, they poured each other a glass and were surprised to find that by mistake they had done something really remarkable. Phil decided to present his discovery to the world, and "Winter Wheat Wine" from Rubicon Brewery became the first commercial example of wheatwine beer. It was rich, deep and complex yet smooth with well-hidden alcohol. His cast version "from the stick" in the brewery was very popular in the 90s. The beginning of the 21st century brought the beer further recognition among a wide range of brewers. Winter Wheat Wine became the epitome of style until the brewery closed its doors in 2017. Despite the fact that today we no longer have the opportunity to taste the original wheatwine, many craft and home brewers use this style by trying their hand at the strongest wheat potato. By recreating the recipe according to Adam Necl - the winner of the Polish Home Brewers Championship in 2018 - we also present you this unique beer.

Wheat beer, taking us to a completely new dimension of experience. Its deep and well-developed flavor and aroma reveal its richness to us. It contains honey caramel notes, clearly malty with delicate aromas of dried fruit. The flavors of dates and cherries in the liqueur blend here with the body of honey and bread.

RECIPE NO.: XXXII

BC_style 

Wheat Wine

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt , barley malts (Munich, Vienna, Special W, Melanoidin), Warrior hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 408 kJ/97 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 9.4 g
including sugars: 2.2 g
Protein: 1.3 g
Salt: 0.011 g
BC_ALCOHOL
10,5
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
100

Wheat Wine

Wheat Wine is a beer style that takes its origins from the American craft brewing movement. His story shows how complete accident can make something extraordinary arise. Phil Moeller - a brewer from the Rubicon brewery in Sacramento, California - made the mistake of brewing barleywine with their friend by adding a large amount of wheat malt to the prepared mash. Instead of setting a new batch, curious about the effect, they decided to ferment the wort obtained. The moment the beer was ready to be tasted, they poured each other a glass and were surprised to find that by mistake they had done something really remarkable. Phil decided to present his discovery to the world, and "Winter Wheat Wine" from Rubicon Brewery became the first commercial example of wheatwine beer. It was rich, deep and complex yet smooth with well-hidden alcohol. His cast version "from the stick" in the brewery was very popular in the 90s. The beginning of the 21st century brought the beer further recognition among a wide range of brewers. Winter Wheat Wine became the epitome of style until the brewery closed its doors in 2017. Despite the fact that today we no longer have the opportunity to taste the original wheatwine, many craft and home brewers use this style by trying their hand at the strongest wheat potato. By recreating the recipe according to Adam Necl - the winner of the Polish Home Brewers Championship in 2018 - we also present you this unique beer.

Wheat beer, taking us to a completely new dimension of experience. Its deep and well-developed flavor and aroma reveal its richness to us. It contains honey caramel notes, clearly malty with delicate aromas of dried fruit. The flavors of dates and cherries in the liqueur blend here with the body of honey and bread.

RECIPE NO.: XXXII

BC_style 

Wheat Wine

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt , barley malts (Munich, Vienna, Special W, Melanoidin), Warrior hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 408 kJ/97 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 9.4 g
including sugars: 2.2 g
Protein: 1.3 g
Salt: 0.011 g
BC_ALCOHOL
10,5
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
100

Belgian Pale Ale

Belgian Pale Ale

Belgian Pale Ale - the everyday beer of the inhabitants of Brabant, dating back to the 16th - 17th centuries. Its character is mainly due to yeast, which gives it a pleasant spice and fruit bouquet. Slightly malty with a light hop bitterness, complemented by a pepper-spicy note and finished with a moderately dry finish.

Belgian Pale Ale - the everyday beer of the inhabitants of Brabant, dating back to the 16th - 17th centuries. Its character is mainly due to yeast, which gives it a pleasant spice and fruit bouquet. Slightly malty with a light hop bitterness, complemented by a pepper-spicy note and finished with a moderately dry finish.

RECIPE NO.: XXXIII

BC_style 

Belgian Pale Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt (Pale Ale, Munich, Abbey, Carabelge), hops (Styrian Golding), yeast (Safbrew T58).

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 211 kJ/50 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.3 g
including sugars: 1.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,2
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
25

Belgian Pale Ale

Belgian Pale Ale - the everyday beer of the inhabitants of Brabant, dating back to the 16th - 17th centuries. Its character is mainly due to yeast, which gives it a pleasant spice and fruit bouquet. Slightly malty with a light hop bitterness, complemented by a pepper-spicy note and finished with a moderately dry finish.

Belgian Pale Ale - the everyday beer of the inhabitants of Brabant, dating back to the 16th - 17th centuries. Its character is mainly due to yeast, which gives it a pleasant spice and fruit bouquet. Slightly malty with a light hop bitterness, complemented by a pepper-spicy note and finished with a moderately dry finish.

RECIPE NO.: XXXIII

BC_style 

Belgian Pale Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt (Pale Ale, Munich, Abbey, Carabelge), hops (Styrian Golding), yeast (Safbrew T58).

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 211 kJ/50 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.3 g
including sugars: 1.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,2
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
25

Dubbel Cieszyński

Dubbel Cieszyński

A horse with a row to those who will document and logically explain the genesis of the names, Belgian monastic beers. There are many theories, but none reveal the truth to us, so if everything is a fairy tale, let's at least tell it nicely. Dubbel is undoubtedly a monastic beer, probably already brewed in the Middle Ages, although the one we know today has a much shorter history. The brothers of the Trappist order from Westmalle Abbey enjoyed this drink in the middle of the 19th century. The recipe of the modern representative of the genre was thoroughly modified in 1926. After World War II, the popularity of monastic beers increased significantly and on the wave of these preferences, more and more breweries started brewing Dubbel under their own brand. The beer has a complex fruity-ester-phenolic aroma with a distinct malt base. The taste is malt and caramel with low bitterness and a fairly dry finish. Color from amber to dark brown with red reflections with a thick white-cream head. Despite its strength and high alcohol content, the beer is quite drinkable with high carbonation, which additionally gives it freshness.

A representative of Belgian monastic beers with a complex malty-fruity-spicy aroma, the taste features caramel and malt notes with low bitterness and a fairly dry finish emphasized by high carbonation. The dark amber color with red shades pleases the eyes, making you in a positive mood when you reach for another sip of beer.

RECIPE NO.: XXXIV

BC_style 

Dubbel

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (light, Abbey, Munich, Viennese, special B), candied syrup, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 264 kJ/63 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
7
BC_PLATO
17
BC_BITTERNESS
18
BC_COLOR
60

Dubbel Cieszyński

A horse with a row to those who will document and logically explain the genesis of the names, Belgian monastic beers. There are many theories, but none reveal the truth to us, so if everything is a fairy tale, let's at least tell it nicely. Dubbel is undoubtedly a monastic beer, probably already brewed in the Middle Ages, although the one we know today has a much shorter history. The brothers of the Trappist order from Westmalle Abbey enjoyed this drink in the middle of the 19th century. The recipe of the modern representative of the genre was thoroughly modified in 1926. After World War II, the popularity of monastic beers increased significantly and on the wave of these preferences, more and more breweries started brewing Dubbel under their own brand. The beer has a complex fruity-ester-phenolic aroma with a distinct malt base. The taste is malt and caramel with low bitterness and a fairly dry finish. Color from amber to dark brown with red reflections with a thick white-cream head. Despite its strength and high alcohol content, the beer is quite drinkable with high carbonation, which additionally gives it freshness.

A representative of Belgian monastic beers with a complex malty-fruity-spicy aroma, the taste features caramel and malt notes with low bitterness and a fairly dry finish emphasized by high carbonation. The dark amber color with red shades pleases the eyes, making you in a positive mood when you reach for another sip of beer.

RECIPE NO.: XXXIV

BC_style 

Dubbel

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (light, Abbey, Munich, Viennese, special B), candied syrup, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 264 kJ/63 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
7
BC_PLATO
17
BC_BITTERNESS
18
BC_COLOR
60

Angielski Lord

Angielski Lord

Probably every brewer, developing his craft skills, would like to create a unique beer. Throughout history, many daredevils have managed to achieve the intended goal. An example is the Barleywine-style beer, brewed for the first time around 1870. It was created by separating the front wort (i.e. the most concentrated and rich in malt parts of the filtered mash), which then, after further "processing" in the brewhouse, was fermented. This way, the strongest, noblest and most expensive beers were produced. Our English Lord is just one of them. It is the fruit of cooperation between two friendly breweries (Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn and Piwowarownia) that create in harmony with tradition and nature. This highly malt, intensely aromatic and highly complex drink reveals its richness during unhurried tasting, showing us its multidimensionality.

Beer that requires attention and quiet tasting, reach for it only when you have enough free time that you can devote to it. It is derived from one of the most powerful styles of beer, which is barleywine. Sit back and discover in peace its multi-dimensional nature that evolves with each sip.

RECIPE NO.: XXXVI

BC_style 

Barley Wine

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, light caramel), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 430 kJ/102 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 10.3 g
including sugars: 3.4 g
Protein: 1.3 g
Salt: 0.011 g
BC_ALCOHOL
10
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
95

Angielski Lord

Probably every brewer, developing his craft skills, would like to create a unique beer. Throughout history, many daredevils have managed to achieve the intended goal. An example is the Barleywine-style beer, brewed for the first time around 1870. It was created by separating the front wort (i.e. the most concentrated and rich in malt parts of the filtered mash), which then, after further "processing" in the brewhouse, was fermented. This way, the strongest, noblest and most expensive beers were produced. Our English Lord is just one of them. It is the fruit of cooperation between two friendly breweries (Browar Zamkowy Cieszyn and Piwowarownia) that create in harmony with tradition and nature. This highly malt, intensely aromatic and highly complex drink reveals its richness during unhurried tasting, showing us its multidimensionality.

Beer that requires attention and quiet tasting, reach for it only when you have enough free time that you can devote to it. It is derived from one of the most powerful styles of beer, which is barleywine. Sit back and discover in peace its multi-dimensional nature that evolves with each sip.

RECIPE NO.: XXXVI

BC_style 

Barley Wine

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, light caramel), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 430 kJ/102 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 10.3 g
including sugars: 3.4 g
Protein: 1.3 g
Salt: 0.011 g
BC_ALCOHOL
10
BC_PLATO
25
BC_BITTERNESS
40
BC_COLOR
95

Angielski Lord z Wiśniami B.A.

Angielski Lord z Wiśniami B.A.

Development and evolution of the species. We decided to enrich the classic barleywine with new experiences. Therefore, for four months it was additionally matured in Bourbon casks, in which our Porter previously matured. To ennoble the extensive maltiness of this extraordinary drink, we added fresh cherry fruit to it. This original composition grew slowly in the unique cellars of the Cieszyn brewery, waiting for the right moment when it would reach the expected fullness. Having made sure that the right moment has come, we present this noble drink to you.

"We like the songs we know well the most" and is it the same with beer? To check it, we tried a little experiment. That is why we poured decayed barleywine into oak Bourbon barrels, to which we added fresh cherries. The whole thing matured for several weeks to get the right bouquet - it turned out delicious ;-)

RECIPE NO.: XXXVII

BC_style 

Barrel Aged - Barley Wine with fruit

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, light, caramel), cherry fruit, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 412 kJ/99 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,7
BC_PLATO
25,5
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
110

Angielski Lord z Wiśniami B.A.

Development and evolution of the species. We decided to enrich the classic barleywine with new experiences. Therefore, for four months it was additionally matured in Bourbon casks, in which our Porter previously matured. To ennoble the extensive maltiness of this extraordinary drink, we added fresh cherry fruit to it. This original composition grew slowly in the unique cellars of the Cieszyn brewery, waiting for the right moment when it would reach the expected fullness. Having made sure that the right moment has come, we present this noble drink to you.

"We like the songs we know well the most" and is it the same with beer? To check it, we tried a little experiment. That is why we poured decayed barleywine into oak Bourbon barrels, to which we added fresh cherries. The whole thing matured for several weeks to get the right bouquet - it turned out delicious ;-)

RECIPE NO.: XXXVII

BC_style 

Barrel Aged - Barley Wine with fruit

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, light, caramel), cherry fruit, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 412 kJ/99 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
9,7
BC_PLATO
25,5
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
110

Session American Bitter

Session American Bitter

English brewers were the last in Europe to start using hops in their beer production. They learned about its properties with the arrival of Flemish immigrants to the islands in the 16th century. Previously, they flavored their beers with mixtures of herbs and spices. Porters and stouts were commonly brewed types of beer at that time. Light beers became popular only with the advent of the industrial revolution, which enabled the production of light malts. New beers began to be hopped more and more boldly, taking advantage of its antiseptic properties, allowing for better durability of delicate light Ales. There are quite a few discrepancies in the unambiguous definition of when we can speak of a Bitter style distinct from the usual Pale Ale. Some say a story from 60 years ago, others say it was about 150 years ago, when beer was referred to as "Bitter Ale". One thing is for sure, the differences between "Pale Ale" and "Bitter" are minimal and we can often hear that they relate to the way of packaging - the barrel version of the beer is "Bitter" bottled - "Pale Ale". This does not mean that we will not find Bitter in the bottle - it is possible.

It is an interpretation of the classic English style, for which American varieties of this useful plant were used. Refreshing, light session beer with a clear bitterness with a pleasant, malty-caramel flavor and not too intense saturation. Thanks to this, you can effortlessly drink more than the proverbial "one", having a good time in his company.

RECIPE NO.: XXXVIII

BC_style 

American Bitter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Viennese, mild, Caramunich, Red Crystal), hops (Ekuanot), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_cuisine 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 159 kJ/38 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
3,8
BC_PLATO
10,5
BC_BITTERNESS
32
BC_COLOR
30

Session American Bitter

English brewers were the last in Europe to start using hops in their beer production. They learned about its properties with the arrival of Flemish immigrants to the islands in the 16th century. Previously, they flavored their beers with mixtures of herbs and spices. Porters and stouts were commonly brewed types of beer at that time. Light beers became popular only with the advent of the industrial revolution, which enabled the production of light malts. New beers began to be hopped more and more boldly, taking advantage of its antiseptic properties, allowing for better durability of delicate light Ales. There are quite a few discrepancies in the unambiguous definition of when we can speak of a Bitter style distinct from the usual Pale Ale. Some say a story from 60 years ago, others say it was about 150 years ago, when beer was referred to as "Bitter Ale". One thing is for sure, the differences between "Pale Ale" and "Bitter" are minimal and we can often hear that they relate to the way of packaging - the barrel version of the beer is "Bitter" bottled - "Pale Ale". This does not mean that we will not find Bitter in the bottle - it is possible.

It is an interpretation of the classic English style, for which American varieties of this useful plant were used. Refreshing, light session beer with a clear bitterness with a pleasant, malty-caramel flavor and not too intense saturation. Thanks to this, you can effortlessly drink more than the proverbial "one", having a good time in his company.

RECIPE NO.: XXXVIII

BC_style 

American Bitter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Viennese, mild, Caramunich, Red Crystal), hops (Ekuanot), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_cuisine 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 159 kJ/38 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
3,8
BC_PLATO
10,5
BC_BITTERNESS
32
BC_COLOR
30

Guślarz Cieszyński

Guślarz Cieszyński

An unusual beer that combines many styles - sour wheat with the addition of salt and coriander, initially fermented spontaneously, acidified with the addition of lactic acid. It is a mix of Witbier, Berliner weisse, Lambik and Weizen, all in one bottle, which is why it is so special. It has its origins in Goslar, a town in Lower Saxony, Germany, that existed before Prince Mieszko I learned to walk. Gose beer has been brewed here since the beginning of the 16th century, but its popularity exploded in the 18th century, when local breweries began delivering liquor to the cities of Leipzig and Halle. Soon the demand exceeded their production capacity and Gose was also brewed in Leipzig breweries. Beer quickly became a local specialty and its popularity meant that local taverns were lining up in the waiting line. The introduction of the Reinheitsgebot and its extension to other federal states of Germany certainly did not help this specialty. In addition, the outbreak of World War II caused significant production limitations in German breweries. In 1945, Gose disappeared from the beer map of Europe for the first time. After a few years, however, it was revived by an employee of the Döllnitz brewery - Friedrich Wurzler, who passed his knowledge to Guido Pfnister's stepson, who died in 1966. He took with him the passion and knowledge of Gose brewing. Twenty years later, Lothar Goldhahn decided to bring this extraordinary drink back to beer lovers, thanks to the courage of Schultheiss Berliner-Weisse Brauerei at Schönhauser Allee in East Berlin, we can now enjoy this phenomenal beer.

Gose - a light, salty and sour wheat beer, originating from the medieval city of Goslar. It is a specific combination of German wheat beers (Weizen and Berliner Weisse) with Belgian specialties (Lambik and Witbier). You are holding in your hand the fruit of cooperation between the Wrocław Profesja brewery and the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. The taste of the whole is added by the fact that it was created with the use of original yeast obtained from Grodzisk beer and bacteria isolated from leaven.

RECIPE NO.: XXXIX

BC_style 

Gose

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malt, pink Himalayan salt, coriander, hops, Lactobacillus bacteria, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 167 kJ/40 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
11
BC_BITTERNESS
6
BC_COLOR
10

Guślarz Cieszyński

An unusual beer that combines many styles - sour wheat with the addition of salt and coriander, initially fermented spontaneously, acidified with the addition of lactic acid. It is a mix of Witbier, Berliner weisse, Lambik and Weizen, all in one bottle, which is why it is so special. It has its origins in Goslar, a town in Lower Saxony, Germany, that existed before Prince Mieszko I learned to walk. Gose beer has been brewed here since the beginning of the 16th century, but its popularity exploded in the 18th century, when local breweries began delivering liquor to the cities of Leipzig and Halle. Soon the demand exceeded their production capacity and Gose was also brewed in Leipzig breweries. Beer quickly became a local specialty and its popularity meant that local taverns were lining up in the waiting line. The introduction of the Reinheitsgebot and its extension to other federal states of Germany certainly did not help this specialty. In addition, the outbreak of World War II caused significant production limitations in German breweries. In 1945, Gose disappeared from the beer map of Europe for the first time. After a few years, however, it was revived by an employee of the Döllnitz brewery - Friedrich Wurzler, who passed his knowledge to Guido Pfnister's stepson, who died in 1966. He took with him the passion and knowledge of Gose brewing. Twenty years later, Lothar Goldhahn decided to bring this extraordinary drink back to beer lovers, thanks to the courage of Schultheiss Berliner-Weisse Brauerei at Schönhauser Allee in East Berlin, we can now enjoy this phenomenal beer.

Gose - a light, salty and sour wheat beer, originating from the medieval city of Goslar. It is a specific combination of German wheat beers (Weizen and Berliner Weisse) with Belgian specialties (Lambik and Witbier). You are holding in your hand the fruit of cooperation between the Wrocław Profesja brewery and the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. The taste of the whole is added by the fact that it was created with the use of original yeast obtained from Grodzisk beer and bacteria isolated from leaven.

RECIPE NO.: XXXIX

BC_style 

Gose

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malt, pink Himalayan salt, coriander, hops, Lactobacillus bacteria, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 167 kJ/40 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
11
BC_BITTERNESS
6
BC_COLOR
10

Biała Dama

Biała Dama

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

BC_style 

Albae cerevisiae

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilsner), chamomile, meadowsweet, acacia flower, hops, yeast

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 197 kJ/47 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,4
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
24
BC_COLOR
16

Biała Dama

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

BC_style 

Albae cerevisiae

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malts (Pale Ale, Pilsner), chamomile, meadowsweet, acacia flower, hops, yeast

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 197 kJ/47 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,4
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
24
BC_COLOR
16

Juicy IPA

Juicy IPA

IPA - these three magic letters have long electrified beer fans around the world, and they have been changed in as many ways as there are breweries. Today it is difficult to count how many variants of India Pale Ale style beer have appeared on the market. One thing is known: when reaching for a bottle with these three words on the label, you have to prepare yourself for the richness of the hop character. It offers various aromas: citrus, floral, forest-resinous, herbal - everything that only hops can bring to beer. Our Juicy IPA, in addition to traditional beer ingredients, also has the addition of natural fruit juices - lemon, orange and lemongrass, which are to enhance the refreshing, citrus character. It is a strongly aromatic, light beer with a clear, yet subdued bitterness with a medium fullness of malt, additionally rounded oat smoothness. The whole creates a pleasantly refreshing beer with a fruity citrus character.

In addition to traditional ingredients, we added natural fruit juices - lemon and orange, and lemongrass to this beer, which enhance its refreshing, citrus character. It is a highly aromatic, light beer with a distinct but subdued bitterness, with an average fullness of malt, additionally rounded oat smoothness.

RECIPE NO.: XLI

BC_style 

Juicy India Pale Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Carapils®, Viennese), rye malt, oatmeal , NFC juices (lemon, orange), lemongrass, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 236 kJ/56 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 4.3 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.7 g
Salt: 0.0006 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
15,0
BC_BITTERNESS
38
BC_COLOR
20

Juicy IPA

IPA - these three magic letters have long electrified beer fans around the world, and they have been changed in as many ways as there are breweries. Today it is difficult to count how many variants of India Pale Ale style beer have appeared on the market. One thing is known: when reaching for a bottle with these three words on the label, you have to prepare yourself for the richness of the hop character. It offers various aromas: citrus, floral, forest-resinous, herbal - everything that only hops can bring to beer. Our Juicy IPA, in addition to traditional beer ingredients, also has the addition of natural fruit juices - lemon, orange and lemongrass, which are to enhance the refreshing, citrus character. It is a strongly aromatic, light beer with a clear, yet subdued bitterness with a medium fullness of malt, additionally rounded oat smoothness. The whole creates a pleasantly refreshing beer with a fruity citrus character.

In addition to traditional ingredients, we added natural fruit juices - lemon and orange, and lemongrass to this beer, which enhance its refreshing, citrus character. It is a highly aromatic, light beer with a distinct but subdued bitterness, with an average fullness of malt, additionally rounded oat smoothness.

RECIPE NO.: XLI

BC_style 

Juicy India Pale Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Carapils®, Viennese), rye malt, oatmeal , NFC juices (lemon, orange), lemongrass, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 236 kJ/56 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 4.3 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.7 g
Salt: 0.0006 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
15,0
BC_BITTERNESS
38
BC_COLOR
20

Czeska Desitka

Czeska Desitka

Light and refreshing bottom-fermented beer with Czech origin. Our southern neighbors have specialized in pils for over 170 years and it must be admitted that they do it very well. We decided to try it and we brewed a light, light lager, not regretting the Żatec hops, which gives the characteristic herbal bitterness. The beer was created in cooperation and according to the recipe of the home brewer Robert Pawlik - the winner of the 5th Home Brewers Competition in Chorzów. Czech Desitka - this is the everyday beer of the inhabitants of Bohemia and Moravia that fits any occasion. The straw color emphasizes its lightness, and the delicate notes of malt, complemented by the hop character, make you eagerly reach for it, especially since the evening is still young and you realized that you have a day off from tomorrow. So you can go ahead and relax and feel at ease, enjoying your senses with a delicious, bright pils.

Light and refreshing bottom-fermented beer with Czech origins, created as a result of cooperation and according to the recipe of the winner of the 5th Home Brewers Competition in Chorzów. The straw color emphasizes its lightness, and the delicate malt notes, complemented by the hop character, make you eagerly reach for them every time you want to relax.

RECIPE NO.: XLII

BC_style 

Czech Desitka

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, Carapils), hops (Żatec, Hercules), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 154 kJ/37 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

Craft Beer Competition 2018: SILVER

BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
10
BC_BITTERNESS
24
BC_COLOR
10

Czeska Desitka

Light and refreshing bottom-fermented beer with Czech origin. Our southern neighbors have specialized in pils for over 170 years and it must be admitted that they do it very well. We decided to try it and we brewed a light, light lager, not regretting the Żatec hops, which gives the characteristic herbal bitterness. The beer was created in cooperation and according to the recipe of the home brewer Robert Pawlik - the winner of the 5th Home Brewers Competition in Chorzów. Czech Desitka - this is the everyday beer of the inhabitants of Bohemia and Moravia that fits any occasion. The straw color emphasizes its lightness, and the delicate notes of malt, complemented by the hop character, make you eagerly reach for it, especially since the evening is still young and you realized that you have a day off from tomorrow. So you can go ahead and relax and feel at ease, enjoying your senses with a delicious, bright pils.

Light and refreshing bottom-fermented beer with Czech origins, created as a result of cooperation and according to the recipe of the winner of the 5th Home Brewers Competition in Chorzów. The straw color emphasizes its lightness, and the delicate malt notes, complemented by the hop character, make you eagerly reach for them every time you want to relax.

RECIPE NO.: XLII

BC_style 

Czech Desitka

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, Carapils), hops (Żatec, Hercules), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 154 kJ/37 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

Craft Beer Competition 2018: SILVER

BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
10
BC_BITTERNESS
24
BC_COLOR
10

Mojito Berliner Weisse

Mojito Berliner Weisse

Mojito Berliner, a combination of two worlds, the Cuban Mojito drink and the German beer specialty - Berliner Weisse. Separately, completely different, together creating an extraordinary harmony of refreshment and lightness. Mint-lime, sour-sweet wheat beer, which was created as part of cooperation between the Puck Cooperative Brewery and the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. Go ahead and open the bottle and experience the summer refreshment!

Mojito Berliner, a combination of two worlds, the Cuban Mojito drink and the German beer specialty - Berliner Weisse. Separately, completely different, together creating an extraordinary harmony of refreshment and lightness. Mint-lime, sour-sweet wheat beer, which was created as part of cooperation between the Puck Cooperative Brewery and the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. Go ahead and open the bottle and experience the summer refreshment!

RECIPE NO.: XLIII

BC_style 

Berliner Weisse

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malt, cane sugar, lime peel, mint, hops, lactobacillus bacteria, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 134 kJ/32 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
3,5
BC_PLATO
9
BC_BITTERNESS
5
BC_COLOR
11

Mojito Berliner Weisse

Mojito Berliner, a combination of two worlds, the Cuban Mojito drink and the German beer specialty - Berliner Weisse. Separately, completely different, together creating an extraordinary harmony of refreshment and lightness. Mint-lime, sour-sweet wheat beer, which was created as part of cooperation between the Puck Cooperative Brewery and the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. Go ahead and open the bottle and experience the summer refreshment!

Mojito Berliner, a combination of two worlds, the Cuban Mojito drink and the German beer specialty - Berliner Weisse. Separately, completely different, together creating an extraordinary harmony of refreshment and lightness. Mint-lime, sour-sweet wheat beer, which was created as part of cooperation between the Puck Cooperative Brewery and the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. Go ahead and open the bottle and experience the summer refreshment!

RECIPE NO.: XLIII

BC_style 

Berliner Weisse

BC_composition 

Water, wheat malt, barley malt, cane sugar, lime peel, mint, hops, lactobacillus bacteria, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 134 kJ/32 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
3,5
BC_PLATO
9
BC_BITTERNESS
5
BC_COLOR
11

Lekka Brytania

Lekka Brytania

If we want to know the history of beer in this style, we should go back to the British Isles to the period of the formation of the constitutional monarchy. In the 17th century, the term "mild" was used to describe a young, under-aging beer, probably derived from the lighter varieties of English porter and being the opposite of the so-called long-maturing beers common at that time. "Constant". Initially, young beers were mixed with more mature ones, which was a procedure that allowed the breweries to sell their production faster. Over the years, the tastes of English beer drinkers have changed, which directly influenced the growing popularity of fresh beers. Mild Ale, of the Victorian era, differed greatly in power from his twentieth-century successors. The period of World War I and II caused considerable difficulties in supplying breweries, which resulted in the necessity to change the recipes of the beers produced, and thus to “slimmer” the charge. Mild has become a light beer with low bitterness and low alcohol content. In the 1950s, its popularity dropped considerably in favor of bitters and lagers. Currently, Mild Ale can be found in several more regions of Great Britain. Outside of England, it is practically absent.

Mild Ale beer, rarely found outside the native English market, which is why we decided to introduce it to the Polish consumer. Its character is the result of using six malts with rich caramel, biscuit and toffee notes. Hop bitterness, which is only a complement, delicately balances the distinct maltiness.

RECIPE NO.: XLV

BC_style 

Mild Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Maris Otter, Biscuit, Brown, Special B, Crystal 150), wheat malt, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 133 kJ/32 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

BRONZE - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
3,4
BC_PLATO
9
BC_BITTERNESS
20
BC_COLOR
70

Lekka Brytania

If we want to know the history of beer in this style, we should go back to the British Isles to the period of the formation of the constitutional monarchy. In the 17th century, the term "mild" was used to describe a young, under-aging beer, probably derived from the lighter varieties of English porter and being the opposite of the so-called long-maturing beers common at that time. "Constant". Initially, young beers were mixed with more mature ones, which was a procedure that allowed the breweries to sell their production faster. Over the years, the tastes of English beer drinkers have changed, which directly influenced the growing popularity of fresh beers. Mild Ale, of the Victorian era, differed greatly in power from his twentieth-century successors. The period of World War I and II caused considerable difficulties in supplying breweries, which resulted in the necessity to change the recipes of the beers produced, and thus to “slimmer” the charge. Mild has become a light beer with low bitterness and low alcohol content. In the 1950s, its popularity dropped considerably in favor of bitters and lagers. Currently, Mild Ale can be found in several more regions of Great Britain. Outside of England, it is practically absent.

Mild Ale beer, rarely found outside the native English market, which is why we decided to introduce it to the Polish consumer. Its character is the result of using six malts with rich caramel, biscuit and toffee notes. Hop bitterness, which is only a complement, delicately balances the distinct maltiness.

RECIPE NO.: XLV

BC_style 

Mild Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Maris Otter, Biscuit, Brown, Special B, Crystal 150), wheat malt, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 133 kJ/32 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

BRONZE - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
3,4
BC_PLATO
9
BC_BITTERNESS
20
BC_COLOR
70

Brown Porter

Brown Porter

The origin of the porter, like many other beer styles, is highly ambiguous. The most frequently cited story is the theory known as "Three Threads", which states that it was a common practice at the time in English pubs to mix three beers together just before serving. They all had to be delivered in separate barrels, which was obviously difficult. So in 1722, Ralph Harwood, a brewer from Blue Last in Shoreditch, East London, invented one beer that was supposed to taste like a pre-blend. He called it "Entire Butt", which quickly became known as a porter, due to its popularity with London workers and porters. Today we will not find anyone who would know Ralph's original recipe, as no records have been preserved from that period. It is known, however, that it was common practice at the time to divide the mash into three or more parts to yield strong, medium and weak beers. Perhaps Harwood combined them into one, which could explain the origin of his beer name (entire). Probably the first porter was made entirely of brown malt, it was clearly hopped and required a long maturation - four to five months, which additionally resulted in better clarification. Such a method of production meant that not every London brewery-pub could afford to produce this beer. It required having a sufficient number of tanks for long storage. Our brewery's cellars contain 135 lagering tanks, in which the beer can mature freely while waiting for the right moment, so we decided to tackle this style.

A classic English style of beer that quickly became the common liquor of 18th century London. The composition of five malts gives it its proper character, bringing toasted, toasted caramel notes into the beer. Its dark color harmonizes with the chocolate aromas, and the delicate hop bitterness pleasantly emphasizes the smooth texture. Taste a sip to learn a bit of European beer history.

RECIPE NO.: XLVI

BC_style 

Brown Porter/English Porter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Brown, Biscuit, light chocolate, dark chocolate), barley flakes, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

12-14

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 179 kJ/43 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
11,7
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
65

Brown Porter

The origin of the porter, like many other beer styles, is highly ambiguous. The most frequently cited story is the theory known as "Three Threads", which states that it was a common practice at the time in English pubs to mix three beers together just before serving. They all had to be delivered in separate barrels, which was obviously difficult. So in 1722, Ralph Harwood, a brewer from Blue Last in Shoreditch, East London, invented one beer that was supposed to taste like a pre-blend. He called it "Entire Butt", which quickly became known as a porter, due to its popularity with London workers and porters. Today we will not find anyone who would know Ralph's original recipe, as no records have been preserved from that period. It is known, however, that it was common practice at the time to divide the mash into three or more parts to yield strong, medium and weak beers. Perhaps Harwood combined them into one, which could explain the origin of his beer name (entire). Probably the first porter was made entirely of brown malt, it was clearly hopped and required a long maturation - four to five months, which additionally resulted in better clarification. Such a method of production meant that not every London brewery-pub could afford to produce this beer. It required having a sufficient number of tanks for long storage. Our brewery's cellars contain 135 lagering tanks, in which the beer can mature freely while waiting for the right moment, so we decided to tackle this style.

A classic English style of beer that quickly became the common liquor of 18th century London. The composition of five malts gives it its proper character, bringing toasted, toasted caramel notes into the beer. Its dark color harmonizes with the chocolate aromas, and the delicate hop bitterness pleasantly emphasizes the smooth texture. Taste a sip to learn a bit of European beer history.

RECIPE NO.: XLVI

BC_style 

Brown Porter/English Porter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Brown, Biscuit, light chocolate, dark chocolate), barley flakes, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_available

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

12-14

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 179 kJ/43 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
4,5
BC_PLATO
11,7
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
65

Irish Red Ale

Irish Red Ale

Most of us have beer associations with Ireland with stout and its flagship representative, Guinness. Worse, there are those who will say - "green beer on St. Patrick's Day, well ... it's a green island after all. However, we can safely say that we owe the popularity of beer in Europe to the Irish. It was the Celts, who lived peacefully on the islands, outside the northern ends of the Roman Empire, willingly and against the then continental customs, brewing and consuming beer. With the arrival of St. Patrick's Day, Ireland got to know the Christian faith and gained its patron. The new religion quickly became the dominant religion, and Irish monks traveled in large numbers to the continent. In addition to spiritual values, they brought with them one more precious gift - knowledge about brewing beer. Emerging monasteries and orders dealt with its production and perfecting the art of brewing. For centuries, it was the monks who formed a separate and valued professional group, which, constantly developing its skills, improved the quality of the drink produced. Irish Red is a fairly light beer with a moderate alcohol content, low bitterness and a distinct malt character. We can find caramel notes in it, delicate, buttery aromas may appear, and hops usually bring floral herbal aromas that only enrich the bouquet of the drink. The taste has a malty base that is associated with biscuits, grain or a light aftertaste of bread, topped with a medium-dry finish and moderate saturation.

The style of beer that draws from the rich, island brewing tradition. The name brings to mind associations with its red - copper or amber color. The beer is quite smooth with a malty character and subdued bitterness. The bouquet includes caramel or toffee notes with a complementary buttery aftertaste.

RECIPE NO.: XLVII

BC_style 

Irish Red Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Munich, Carared), roasted barley , hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 183 kJ/44 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
12
BC_BITTERNESS
22
BC_COLOR
35

Irish Red Ale

Most of us have beer associations with Ireland with stout and its flagship representative, Guinness. Worse, there are those who will say - "green beer on St. Patrick's Day, well ... it's a green island after all. However, we can safely say that we owe the popularity of beer in Europe to the Irish. It was the Celts, who lived peacefully on the islands, outside the northern ends of the Roman Empire, willingly and against the then continental customs, brewing and consuming beer. With the arrival of St. Patrick's Day, Ireland got to know the Christian faith and gained its patron. The new religion quickly became the dominant religion, and Irish monks traveled in large numbers to the continent. In addition to spiritual values, they brought with them one more precious gift - knowledge about brewing beer. Emerging monasteries and orders dealt with its production and perfecting the art of brewing. For centuries, it was the monks who formed a separate and valued professional group, which, constantly developing its skills, improved the quality of the drink produced. Irish Red is a fairly light beer with a moderate alcohol content, low bitterness and a distinct malt character. We can find caramel notes in it, delicate, buttery aromas may appear, and hops usually bring floral herbal aromas that only enrich the bouquet of the drink. The taste has a malty base that is associated with biscuits, grain or a light aftertaste of bread, topped with a medium-dry finish and moderate saturation.

The style of beer that draws from the rich, island brewing tradition. The name brings to mind associations with its red - copper or amber color. The beer is quite smooth with a malty character and subdued bitterness. The bouquet includes caramel or toffee notes with a complementary buttery aftertaste.

RECIPE NO.: XLVII

BC_style 

Irish Red Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Munich, Carared), roasted barley , hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 183 kJ/44 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
12
BC_BITTERNESS
22
BC_COLOR
35

Porter Jubileuszowy

Porter Jubileuszowy

To celebrate the 170th anniversary of the establishment of the Cieszyn Brewery, we decided to create a unique beer. We chose the most eminent representative of our brewery - Porter Bałtycki. The character of the beer is special, in addition to water, barley malts and hops, Polish dried plums and oak chips from casks in which the whiskey was aged were used for brewing. Everything was closed in lager tanks for 18 months, so that it would mature until this special moment. As a result, the beer acquired an unprecedented "smoothness", an intense flavor and aroma brought by plums and a slightly oak tartness of shavings, which brings to mind the best beverages matured in oak barrels. All this means that we can enjoy the unique beer that was made in this special place. It is a peculiar tribute to all brewers who, over the course of three centuries, contributed their knowledge, talent and passion to the development of the Cieszyn brewery.

Special edition on the occasion of the 170th anniversary of the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. Jubilee Porter with Szwestka aged for 18 months with the addition of dried plums and oak chips from casks in which the whiskey was aged. Extremely smooth in taste, rich in chocolate-plum aromas with a delicate hint of vanilla coming from oak wood.

RECIPE NO.: XII

BC_style 

Baltic porter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt (light, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, prunes, oak shavings, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Bottle with a seam 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
10,5
BC_PLATO
23
BC_BITTERNESS
33
BC_COLOR
180

Porter Jubileuszowy

To celebrate the 170th anniversary of the establishment of the Cieszyn Brewery, we decided to create a unique beer. We chose the most eminent representative of our brewery - Porter Bałtycki. The character of the beer is special, in addition to water, barley malts and hops, Polish dried plums and oak chips from casks in which the whiskey was aged were used for brewing. Everything was closed in lager tanks for 18 months, so that it would mature until this special moment. As a result, the beer acquired an unprecedented "smoothness", an intense flavor and aroma brought by plums and a slightly oak tartness of shavings, which brings to mind the best beverages matured in oak barrels. All this means that we can enjoy the unique beer that was made in this special place. It is a peculiar tribute to all brewers who, over the course of three centuries, contributed their knowledge, talent and passion to the development of the Cieszyn brewery.

Special edition on the occasion of the 170th anniversary of the Cieszyn Castle Brewery. Jubilee Porter with Szwestka aged for 18 months with the addition of dried plums and oak chips from casks in which the whiskey was aged. Extremely smooth in taste, rich in chocolate-plum aromas with a delicate hint of vanilla coming from oak wood.

RECIPE NO.: XII

BC_style 

Baltic porter

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt (light, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, prunes, oak shavings, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Bottle with a seam 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
10,5
BC_PLATO
23
BC_BITTERNESS
33
BC_COLOR
180

Sezonowe

Sezonowe

Cieszyńskie Seasonal, traditionally brewed by French farmers at the end of the cold season to refresh in the summer. The beer has a strong fruity aroma, which is the result of the addition of bitter orange peel. A very drinkable species. Due to its carbonation, full content and sparkling character, it can be associated with champagnes or wines.

Cieszyńskie Seasonal, traditionally brewed by French farmers at the end of the cold season to refresh in the summer. The beer has a strong fruity aroma, which is the result of the addition of bitter orange peel.

RECIPE NO.: XIV

BC_style 

Saison

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Viennese, caramel), bee malt, orange peel, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 206 kJ/49 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,9
BC_PLATO
13,6
BC_BITTERNESS
17
BC_COLOR
20

Sezonowe

Cieszyńskie Seasonal, traditionally brewed by French farmers at the end of the cold season to refresh in the summer. The beer has a strong fruity aroma, which is the result of the addition of bitter orange peel. A very drinkable species. Due to its carbonation, full content and sparkling character, it can be associated with champagnes or wines.

Cieszyńskie Seasonal, traditionally brewed by French farmers at the end of the cold season to refresh in the summer. The beer has a strong fruity aroma, which is the result of the addition of bitter orange peel.

RECIPE NO.: XIV

BC_style 

Saison

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Viennese, caramel), bee malt, orange peel, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Disposable PET keg 15 l
Disposable PET keg 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 206 kJ/49 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,9
BC_PLATO
13,6
BC_BITTERNESS
17
BC_COLOR
20

Red Roeselare Ale

Red Roeselare Ale

A unique beer in the style of sour Flanders Ale with a rich note of red fruit (cherry, currant), prunes and noticeable oak tannins, both in taste and aroma.

A unique beer in the style of sour Flanders Ale with a rich note of red fruit (cherry, currant), prunes and noticeable oak tannins, both in taste and aroma.

RECIPE NO.: XV

BC_style 

Flanders Red Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, Special B, Caramunich, Carafa Special), corn flakes, hops (Saaz), yeast (S-33, Roeselare Ale Blend mix), oak cubes.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 230 kJ/55 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 2.8 g
including sugars: 0.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
7,5
BC_PLATO
17
BC_BITTERNESS
12
BC_COLOR
70

Red Roeselare Ale

A unique beer in the style of sour Flanders Ale with a rich note of red fruit (cherry, currant), prunes and noticeable oak tannins, both in taste and aroma.

A unique beer in the style of sour Flanders Ale with a rich note of red fruit (cherry, currant), prunes and noticeable oak tannins, both in taste and aroma.

RECIPE NO.: XV

BC_style 

Flanders Red Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, Special B, Caramunich, Carafa Special), corn flakes, hops (Saaz), yeast (S-33, Roeselare Ale Blend mix), oak cubes.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 230 kJ/55 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 2.8 g
including sugars: 0.6 g
Protein: 0.6 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
7,5
BC_PLATO
17
BC_BITTERNESS
12
BC_COLOR
70

Witbier Red

Witbier Red

A bit of the departing summer captured in a bottle in the form of light, refreshing and pleasantly fruity beer. Another interpretation of the Witbier style of Cieszyn brewers, this time, in addition to classic additives (citrus peel, coriander), we strengthened the fruitiness of our beer with black currant. As a result, we obtained a nice red color and a characteristic currant flavor and aroma. Sit back and enjoy the memories of a past vacation.

Another interpretation of the Witbier style of Cieszyn brewers, this time, in addition to classic additives (citrus peel, coriander), we strengthened the fruitiness of our beer with black currant.

RECIPE NO.: XVIII

BC_style 

Witbier

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, wheat Unmalted, malt, wheat, black currant, lemon peel, coriander, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

9-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 178 kJ/42 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,0
BC_PLATO
11,6
BC_BITTERNESS
8
BC_COLOR
15

Witbier Red

A bit of the departing summer captured in a bottle in the form of light, refreshing and pleasantly fruity beer. Another interpretation of the Witbier style of Cieszyn brewers, this time, in addition to classic additives (citrus peel, coriander), we strengthened the fruitiness of our beer with black currant. As a result, we obtained a nice red color and a characteristic currant flavor and aroma. Sit back and enjoy the memories of a past vacation.

Another interpretation of the Witbier style of Cieszyn brewers, this time, in addition to classic additives (citrus peel, coriander), we strengthened the fruitiness of our beer with black currant.

RECIPE NO.: XVIII

BC_style 

Witbier

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, wheat Unmalted, malt, wheat, black currant, lemon peel, coriander, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

9-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 178 kJ/42 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.4 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0.007 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,0
BC_PLATO
11,6
BC_BITTERNESS
8
BC_COLOR
15

FES

FES

Black, full-bodied beer with noticeable coffee-roasted aromas. The initial, caramel malt flavor gives way to quite distinct bitterness, which comes from both the used hops and roasted cereals. Abundant, dense, beige foam gracefully decorates the whole.

Black, full-bodied beer with noticeable coffee-roasted aromas. The initial, caramel malt flavor gives way to quite distinct bitterness, which comes from both the used hops and roasted cereals. Abundant, dense, beige foam gracefully decorates the whole.

RECIPE NO. XX

BC_style 

Foreign Extra Stout

BC_composition 

Water, malt, barley, oats, rye malt, barley, roasted, cereals, barley, hops (Northern brewer, Fuggle) yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 243 kJ/58 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
16
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
180

FES

Black, full-bodied beer with noticeable coffee-roasted aromas. The initial, caramel malt flavor gives way to quite distinct bitterness, which comes from both the used hops and roasted cereals. Abundant, dense, beige foam gracefully decorates the whole.

Black, full-bodied beer with noticeable coffee-roasted aromas. The initial, caramel malt flavor gives way to quite distinct bitterness, which comes from both the used hops and roasted cereals. Abundant, dense, beige foam gracefully decorates the whole.

RECIPE NO. XX

BC_style 

Foreign Extra Stout

BC_composition 

Water, malt, barley, oats, rye malt, barley, roasted, cereals, barley, hops (Northern brewer, Fuggle) yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 243 kJ/58 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
16
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
180

Dark Saison

Dark Saison

Dark Saison, a peculiar marriage of beer and wine. Saison is a grateful species that allows the brewer to experiment with additives. Our proposal is dark, full-bodied beer with aromas of chocolate and cherry. The effect achieved is due to a mixture of malts, top fermenting yeast and oak chips obtained from oloroso sherry casks. The composition of the ingredients used turns into a pleasant, aromatic beer with a fruity oak bouquet.

Cieszyński Dark Saison is a peculiar marriage of beer and wine. The effect achieved is due to a mixture of malts, top-fermenting yeast and oak shavings obtained from oloroso sherry casks. Dark and full-bodied beer with a fruit-oak bouquet and noticeable aromas of chocolate and cherry.

RECIPE NO.: XXI

BC_style 

Saison

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (light, Munich, caramel, chocolate), oak shavings, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 230 kJ/55 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
7
BC_PLATO
15
BC_BITTERNESS
20
BC_COLOR
100

Dark Saison

Dark Saison, a peculiar marriage of beer and wine. Saison is a grateful species that allows the brewer to experiment with additives. Our proposal is dark, full-bodied beer with aromas of chocolate and cherry. The effect achieved is due to a mixture of malts, top fermenting yeast and oak chips obtained from oloroso sherry casks. The composition of the ingredients used turns into a pleasant, aromatic beer with a fruity oak bouquet.

Cieszyński Dark Saison is a peculiar marriage of beer and wine. The effect achieved is due to a mixture of malts, top-fermenting yeast and oak shavings obtained from oloroso sherry casks. Dark and full-bodied beer with a fruit-oak bouquet and noticeable aromas of chocolate and cherry.

RECIPE NO.: XXI

BC_style 

Saison

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (light, Munich, caramel, chocolate), oak shavings, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 230 kJ/55 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
7
BC_PLATO
15
BC_BITTERNESS
20
BC_COLOR
100

Nowa Anglia

Nowa Anglia

Another version of the IPA style proposed by Cieszyn brewers. New England IPA - the winning beer in the Grand Champion 2017 competition of the Polish Home Brewers Association will unveil the richness of hop aromas, fill your senses with malt smoothness and bring you the joy of tasting to the last drop.

The winning beer in the Grand Champion 2017 competition of the Polish Home Brewers Association in the number of New England IPAs. The author of the recipe was Dawid Bobryk.

RECIPE NO.: XXIII

BC_style 

Vermont IPA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Abbey), oatmeal, hops (Centennial, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, Cascade), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 282 kJ/68 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.3 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
15,5
BC_BITTERNESS
50
BC_COLOR
20

Nowa Anglia

Another version of the IPA style proposed by Cieszyn brewers. New England IPA - the winning beer in the Grand Champion 2017 competition of the Polish Home Brewers Association will unveil the richness of hop aromas, fill your senses with malt smoothness and bring you the joy of tasting to the last drop.

The winning beer in the Grand Champion 2017 competition of the Polish Home Brewers Association in the number of New England IPAs. The author of the recipe was Dawid Bobryk.

RECIPE NO.: XXIII

BC_style 

Vermont IPA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Abbey), oatmeal, hops (Centennial, Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo, Cascade), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-returnable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 282 kJ/68 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 5.3 g
including sugars: 1.2 g
Protein: 0.8 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
15,5
BC_BITTERNESS
50
BC_COLOR
20

Ziółka Dwa i Cztery Zboża

Ziółka Dwa i Cztery Zboża

The fruit of the cooperation of two befriended breweries is a beer in the "Lager" style, with a rather complex and intriguing character inspired by the traditions of Silesian cuisine. We decided to close the rich taste of cereals in the bottle, seasoning it with a herbal note of thyme and angelica, formerly commonly hosted in the pantries of Silesian housewives.

"Lager" with a rather complex and intriguing character, inspired by the traditions of Silesian cuisine. Beer brewed in cooperation with the brewery Piwowarownia from Krakow.

RECIPE NO.: XXV

BC_style 

Herbal beer with spices

BC_composition 

Water, barley , wheat , rye malt, oatmeal, hops (Marynka), spices (angelica, thyme), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-refundable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 193 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
12

Ziółka Dwa i Cztery Zboża

The fruit of the cooperation of two befriended breweries is a beer in the "Lager" style, with a rather complex and intriguing character inspired by the traditions of Silesian cuisine. We decided to close the rich taste of cereals in the bottle, seasoning it with a herbal note of thyme and angelica, formerly commonly hosted in the pantries of Silesian housewives.

"Lager" with a rather complex and intriguing character, inspired by the traditions of Silesian cuisine. Beer brewed in cooperation with the brewery Piwowarownia from Krakow.

RECIPE NO.: XXV

BC_style 

Herbal beer with spices

BC_composition 

Water, barley , wheat , rye malt, oatmeal, hops (Marynka), spices (angelica, thyme), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

6-8

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega non-refundable PET 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 193 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
12,5
BC_BITTERNESS
23
BC_COLOR
12

Czeski Pils

Czeski Pils

Czech Pils, also known as Bohemian Pilsener, began its history and world success in 1842 in Plzeň (Pilsen) - hence its name. In 1839, city councilors decided to build a new city brewery, where it was ordered that it would brew Bavarian-style light beers. Therefore, a new brewer was brought from Bavaria - Josef Groll. It was he who soon revealed to the world a bright, exceptionally clear, clearly hopped and refreshing beer that immediately won the hearts of brewers. The progenitor of all the world's bright lagers, it is characterized by a rich malt flavor with a distinct, noble hop bitterness and a spicy floral aroma derived from the Saaz (Żatec) hops used.
The beer owes its rich flavor to soft, Pilsen water with a low content of mineral salts, which translated into a noble, round and pleasant bitterness, and decoction brewing, which brings out the full flavor of the malt. Pilsner Urquell is synonymous with the Czech pils, although we can find good representatives of this species in many other breweries.

Also known as Bohemian Pilsener, it began its history and success in 1842 in Plzeň. It is characterized by a rich malt flavor, extracted from the grain thanks to decoction mash, and a distinct hop bitterness and aroma, derived from the Czech hops used. The author of the recipe is Frantisek Sykora.

RECIPE NO.: XXVIII

BC_style 

Bohemian Pilsener

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Carapils, caramel), hops: Saaz, Sladek, Premiant, yeast W34/70.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 191 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.8 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.5 g
Salt: 0.007 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2018

BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
12,2
BC_BITTERNESS
28
BC_COLOR
13

Czeski Pils

Czech Pils, also known as Bohemian Pilsener, began its history and world success in 1842 in Plzeň (Pilsen) - hence its name. In 1839, city councilors decided to build a new city brewery, where it was ordered that it would brew Bavarian-style light beers. Therefore, a new brewer was brought from Bavaria - Josef Groll. It was he who soon revealed to the world a bright, exceptionally clear, clearly hopped and refreshing beer that immediately won the hearts of brewers. The progenitor of all the world's bright lagers, it is characterized by a rich malt flavor with a distinct, noble hop bitterness and a spicy floral aroma derived from the Saaz (Żatec) hops used.
The beer owes its rich flavor to soft, Pilsen water with a low content of mineral salts, which translated into a noble, round and pleasant bitterness, and decoction brewing, which brings out the full flavor of the malt. Pilsner Urquell is synonymous with the Czech pils, although we can find good representatives of this species in many other breweries.

Also known as Bohemian Pilsener, it began its history and success in 1842 in Plzeň. It is characterized by a rich malt flavor, extracted from the grain thanks to decoction mash, and a distinct hop bitterness and aroma, derived from the Czech hops used. The author of the recipe is Frantisek Sykora.

RECIPE NO.: XXVIII

BC_style 

Bohemian Pilsener

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Carapils, caramel), hops: Saaz, Sladek, Premiant, yeast W34/70.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l
Kega feedback 30 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 191 kJ/46 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 3.8 g
including sugars: 1.0 g
Protein: 0.5 g
Salt: 0.007 g

BC_medals 

SILVER - Craft Beers Competition (KPR) 2018

BC_ALCOHOL
5,5
BC_PLATO
12,2
BC_BITTERNESS
28
BC_COLOR
13

Porter Bourbon B.A.

Porter Bourbon B.A.

We poured our classic, medal-winning Porter Cieszyński, after six months of maturation in tanks, into Woodford Reserve oak bourbon barrels that came to us from Kentucky in America. This allowed it to take on a new character, which combines porter notes of dark malts with notes characteristic of bourbon whiskey, such as notes of dark fruit, caramel, honey, chocolate, marzipan and oak. The taste has gained a new depth, in which, in addition to porter coffee and chocolate, you will find vanilla, raisins, baked apples and a pinch of roasted oak, all crowned with a dry, slightly sour finish. Sit back and taste this unique beer, preferably with a temperature of 12-14 C.

We poured our classic, medal-winning Porter Cieszyński, after six months of maturation in tanks, into Woodford Reserve oak bourbon barrels that came to us from Kentucky in America.

RECIPE NO.: XXX

BC_style 

Baltic Porter BA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

12-14

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 375 kJ/90 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

BRONZE - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
11
BC_PLATO
23,2
BC_BITTERNESS
35
BC_COLOR
180

Porter Bourbon B.A.

We poured our classic, medal-winning Porter Cieszyński, after six months of maturation in tanks, into Woodford Reserve oak bourbon barrels that came to us from Kentucky in America. This allowed it to take on a new character, which combines porter notes of dark malts with notes characteristic of bourbon whiskey, such as notes of dark fruit, caramel, honey, chocolate, marzipan and oak. The taste has gained a new depth, in which, in addition to porter coffee and chocolate, you will find vanilla, raisins, baked apples and a pinch of roasted oak, all crowned with a dry, slightly sour finish. Sit back and taste this unique beer, preferably with a temperature of 12-14 C.

We poured our classic, medal-winning Porter Cieszyński, after six months of maturation in tanks, into Woodford Reserve oak bourbon barrels that came to us from Kentucky in America.

RECIPE NO.: XXX

BC_style 

Baltic Porter BA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsner, Munich, caramel, chocolate), sugar, hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

12-14

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 375 kJ/90 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g

BC_medals 

BRONZE - Greater Poland Beer Cup 2019

BC_ALCOHOL
11
BC_PLATO
23,2
BC_BITTERNESS
35
BC_COLOR
180

Dubbel

Dubbel

Dubbel Cieszyński is a dark top-fermented beer brewed in a style whose origins date back to the monastic craftsmanship of medieval monastery breweries. Grand Champion Birofilia 2014 was brewed on the basis of a unique blend of six malts: pilsner, pale ale, wheat, Abbey, special B, Carafa I Specjal; Magnum and Saaz hops as well as candied syrup and Belgian yeast. The recipe was prepared by Czesław Dziełak.

Dubbel Cieszyński is a dark top-fermented beer brewed in a style whose origins date back to the monastic craftsmanship of medieval monastery breweries. Grand Champion Birofilia 2014 was brewed on the basis of a unique blend of six malts: pilsner, pale ale, wheat, Abbey, special B, Carafa I Specjal; Magnum and Saaz hops as well as candied syrup and Belgian yeast. The recipe was prepared by Czesław Dziełak.

RECIPE NO.: VII

BC_style 

Belgian Dubbel

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (pilsner, pale ale, Abbey, special B, Carafa I Specjal), wheat malt, candied syrup, hops (Magnum, Saaz), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8,5
BC_PLATO
18
BC_BITTERNESS
17
BC_COLOR
60

Dubbel

Dubbel Cieszyński is a dark top-fermented beer brewed in a style whose origins date back to the monastic craftsmanship of medieval monastery breweries. Grand Champion Birofilia 2014 was brewed on the basis of a unique blend of six malts: pilsner, pale ale, wheat, Abbey, special B, Carafa I Specjal; Magnum and Saaz hops as well as candied syrup and Belgian yeast. The recipe was prepared by Czesław Dziełak.

Dubbel Cieszyński is a dark top-fermented beer brewed in a style whose origins date back to the monastic craftsmanship of medieval monastery breweries. Grand Champion Birofilia 2014 was brewed on the basis of a unique blend of six malts: pilsner, pale ale, wheat, Abbey, special B, Carafa I Specjal; Magnum and Saaz hops as well as candied syrup and Belgian yeast. The recipe was prepared by Czesław Dziełak.

RECIPE NO.: VII

BC_style 

Belgian Dubbel

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (pilsner, pale ale, Abbey, special B, Carafa I Specjal), wheat malt, candied syrup, hops (Magnum, Saaz), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8,5
BC_PLATO
18
BC_BITTERNESS
17
BC_COLOR
60

Imperial IPA

Imperial IPA

Imperial IPA is a beer full of rich and complex aromas obtained by using a mixture of seven hop varieties (Magnum, Zeus, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial, Ahtanum, Amarillo), four malts (Pilsen, wheat, Munich, Caragold) and a special strain of yeast as well as the use of top fermentation in open vats. The author of the recipe was Czesław Dziełak.

Imperial IPA is a beer full of rich and complex aromas obtained by using a mixture of seven hop varieties (Magnum, Zeus, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial, Ahtanum, Amarillo), four malts (Pilsen, wheat, Munich, Caragold) and a special strain of yeast as well as the use of top fermentation in open vats. The author of the recipe was Czesław Dziełak.

RECIPE NO.: VI

BC_style 

Imperial IPA/Double IPA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, Caragold), wheat malt, hops (Magnum, Zeus, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial, Ahtanum, Amarillo), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8,5
BC_PLATO
18,5
BC_BITTERNESS
b.d.
BC_COLOR
b.d.

Imperial IPA

Imperial IPA is a beer full of rich and complex aromas obtained by using a mixture of seven hop varieties (Magnum, Zeus, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial, Ahtanum, Amarillo), four malts (Pilsen, wheat, Munich, Caragold) and a special strain of yeast as well as the use of top fermentation in open vats. The author of the recipe was Czesław Dziełak.

Imperial IPA is a beer full of rich and complex aromas obtained by using a mixture of seven hop varieties (Magnum, Zeus, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial, Ahtanum, Amarillo), four malts (Pilsen, wheat, Munich, Caragold) and a special strain of yeast as well as the use of top fermentation in open vats. The author of the recipe was Czesław Dziełak.

RECIPE NO.: VI

BC_style 

Imperial IPA/Double IPA

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pilsen, Munich, Caragold), wheat malt, hops (Magnum, Zeus, Simcoe, Citra, Centennial, Ahtanum, Amarillo), yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8,5
BC_PLATO
18,5
BC_BITTERNESS
b.d.
BC_COLOR
b.d.

Rauch Bock

Rauch Bock

The smoky full flavor and aroma of Rauch Bock was created thanks to the unique blend of seven malts: Munich, Pilsner, Smoked, Biscuit, Melanoidin, Caramunich, Caraaroma. Recognized as the best beer of the year by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2012 Festival, the beer recipe was developed by Andrzej Miler.

The smoky full flavor and aroma of Rauch Bock was created thanks to the unique blend of seven malts: Munich, Pilsner, Smoked, Biscuit, Melanoidin, Caramunich, Caraaroma. Recognized as the best beer of the year by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2012 Festival, the beer recipe was developed by Andrzej Miler.

RECIPE NO.: V

BC_style 

Rauch Bock

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Munich, Pilsen, smoked, biscuit, melanoidin, Caramunich, Caraaroma), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
16
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
75

Rauch Bock

The smoky full flavor and aroma of Rauch Bock was created thanks to the unique blend of seven malts: Munich, Pilsner, Smoked, Biscuit, Melanoidin, Caramunich, Caraaroma. Recognized as the best beer of the year by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2012 Festival, the beer recipe was developed by Andrzej Miler.

The smoky full flavor and aroma of Rauch Bock was created thanks to the unique blend of seven malts: Munich, Pilsner, Smoked, Biscuit, Melanoidin, Caramunich, Caraaroma. Recognized as the best beer of the year by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2012 Festival, the beer recipe was developed by Andrzej Miler.

RECIPE NO.: V

BC_style 

Rauch Bock

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Munich, Pilsen, smoked, biscuit, melanoidin, Caramunich, Caraaroma), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
6,5
BC_PLATO
16
BC_BITTERNESS
25
BC_COLOR
75

Grand Champion w stylu Kölsch

Grand Champion w stylu Kölsch

Grand Champion Birofilia 2011 - is a beer brewed in one of the most traditional German styles from North Rhine-Westphalia. It was created on the basis of a unique blend of pilsner, wheat and spelled malts. Recognized as the best beer by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2011 festival.

Grand Champion Birofilia 2011 - is a beer brewed in one of the most traditional German styles from North Rhine-Westphalia. It was created on the basis of a unique blend of pilsner, wheat and spelled malts. Recognized as the best beer by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2011 festival.

RECIPE NO.: IV

BC_style 

Kölsch (Cologne)

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, spelled malt, wheat malt,   hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,3
BC_PLATO
11,8
BC_BITTERNESS
b.d.
BC_COLOR
b.d.

Grand Champion w stylu Kölsch

Grand Champion Birofilia 2011 - is a beer brewed in one of the most traditional German styles from North Rhine-Westphalia. It was created on the basis of a unique blend of pilsner, wheat and spelled malts. Recognized as the best beer by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2011 festival.

Grand Champion Birofilia 2011 - is a beer brewed in one of the most traditional German styles from North Rhine-Westphalia. It was created on the basis of a unique blend of pilsner, wheat and spelled malts. Recognized as the best beer by Polish and foreign brewing masters during the Birofilia 2011 festival.

RECIPE NO.: IV

BC_style 

Kölsch (Cologne)

BC_composition 

Water, barley malt, spelled malt, wheat malt,   hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5,3
BC_PLATO
11,8
BC_BITTERNESS
b.d.
BC_COLOR
b.d.

Pale Ale Belgijskie

Pale Ale Belgijskie

Pale Ale Belgijskie is an amber-colored beer, full of surprising aromas and flavors, resulting from the use of a mixture of four malts, noble hop varieties, a special strain of yeast and the use of top fermentation in traditional open vats. It is the result of a combination of true passion and positive beer madness of home brewer Dorota Chrapek with the craftsmanship of brewers in Cieszyn.

Pale Ale Belgijskie is an amber-colored beer, full of surprising aromas and flavors, resulting from the use of a mixture of four malts, noble hop varieties, a special strain of yeast and the use of top fermentation in traditional open vats. It is the result of a combination of true passion and positive beer madness of home brewer Dorota Chrapek with the craftsmanship of brewers in Cieszyn.

RECIPE NO.: III

BC_style 

Belgian Pale Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (pale ale, Munich, Abbey, Carabelge), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
b.d.
BC_COLOR
b.d.

Pale Ale Belgijskie

Pale Ale Belgijskie is an amber-colored beer, full of surprising aromas and flavors, resulting from the use of a mixture of four malts, noble hop varieties, a special strain of yeast and the use of top fermentation in traditional open vats. It is the result of a combination of true passion and positive beer madness of home brewer Dorota Chrapek with the craftsmanship of brewers in Cieszyn.

Pale Ale Belgijskie is an amber-colored beer, full of surprising aromas and flavors, resulting from the use of a mixture of four malts, noble hop varieties, a special strain of yeast and the use of top fermentation in traditional open vats. It is the result of a combination of true passion and positive beer madness of home brewer Dorota Chrapek with the craftsmanship of brewers in Cieszyn.

RECIPE NO.: III

BC_style 

Belgian Pale Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (pale ale, Munich, Abbey, Carabelge), hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

10-12

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.5 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: bd kJ /bd kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
13
BC_BITTERNESS
b.d.
BC_COLOR
b.d.

Koźlak Dubeltowy

Koźlak Dubeltowy

Our first Grand Champion! The unique taste of our Koźlak was created thanks to the unique recipe of Jan Krysiak, based on a special blend of malts: light Pilsner, Munich, Viennese, Caraamber and a special addition of Irish moss. Its secret is the unique process of brewing and fermentation in open vats and maturing for 60 days.

The unique taste of our Koźlak was created thanks to the unique recipe of Jan Krysiak, based on a special blend of malts: light Pilsner, Munich, Viennese, Caraamber and a special addition of Irish moss. Its secret is the unique process of brewing and fermentation in open vats and maturing for 60 days.

RECIPE NO.: II

BC_style 

Dopplebock

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (light Pilsen, Munich, Viennese, Caraamber), hops, Irish moss, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 330 kJ/79 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 6.3 g
including sugars: 1.5 g
Protein: 0.9 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8,9
BC_PLATO
20
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
55

Koźlak Dubeltowy

Our first Grand Champion! The unique taste of our Koźlak was created thanks to the unique recipe of Jan Krysiak, based on a special blend of malts: light Pilsner, Munich, Viennese, Caraamber and a special addition of Irish moss. Its secret is the unique process of brewing and fermentation in open vats and maturing for 60 days.

The unique taste of our Koźlak was created thanks to the unique recipe of Jan Krysiak, based on a special blend of malts: light Pilsner, Munich, Viennese, Caraamber and a special addition of Irish moss. Its secret is the unique process of brewing and fermentation in open vats and maturing for 60 days.

RECIPE NO.: II

BC_style 

Dopplebock

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (light Pilsen, Munich, Viennese, Caraamber), hops, Irish moss, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_down

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_confectioning 

Non-returnable bottle 0.33 l

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 330 kJ/79 kcal
Fat: <0.1 g
including saturated fats: <0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 6.3 g
including sugars: 1.5 g
Protein: 0.9 g
Salt: 0.008 g
BC_ALCOHOL
8,9
BC_PLATO
20
BC_BITTERNESS
30
BC_COLOR
55

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