The resinously juicy wild rosemary from marshes of Rauna complement the distinct bouquet of typical Bavarian hefeweizen. A take on a classic by two 10 year old breweries.
A truly seasonal ale brewed with freshly picked lilac. The synthetically mesmerising aroma of lilac is paired with hints of pineapple of Bru1 hops. On the tongue, it's all surrounded by a fluffy soft wheat malt sweetness, that emphasizes the flavor of lilac in full blossom. With a touch of lychee lingering in the aftertaste.
Slightly spicy red ale with a balanced backbone of hops and lightly caramelised malts. On nose the dry smokiness of cayenne pepper bullies the aromas of gentle Amarillo hops and malted barley aside. But a playful caramel reigns on the tongue, leaving the pepper to just nudging the throat to leave the aftertaste to the fruity bitterness of the hops.
A golden ale that leads into the soft freshness of summer sunrise. The intro is dominated by the invigorating scentscape of catnip, which is complemented by the grapefruity notes of Cascade hops. All this is embraced by the fluffy sweetness of wheat, which goes all the way through the aftertaste, where it interwines with traces of citrus.
Inspired by Latvian folk songs on juniper beer, this one will resemble a refreshing walk in our corniferous seaside forests. Brewed with juniper berries and a variety of hops derived from regional wild hops - Kazbek. Fruity and resinous, with a lightly kilned malt backbone and a blasphemously inviting finish.