On November 30th, 1487, Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria announced the Reinheitsgebot, or "Bavarian Purity Law." It declared that beer can only be made using water, barley, and hops.
There are thousands of delicious and exciting beers that break the mould. Like Murray's experimental Kransky Beer! One of the few beers around made with meat.
Initially sweet and bready like a classic German doppelbock, but finishes with a spicy, smoked meat note.
Yes, it really does taste like a smoky Kransky sausage in a glass. Pours a light copper with off white foamy head.
Great with Oktoberfest-inspired food!