5l partydose mahr a u

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The specialties of the cathedral city of Bamberg include a particularly fine variety of potatoes, croissants that are made with enormous amounts of butter, sausages cooked in vinegar, stewed pork shoulder with a crispy crust, savoy cabbage, the finest smoked beer and a brew piece that probably has the shortest name in the history of the barley juice carries. If you are a guest in the Wunderburg 10 (or in the cafés and pubs in the city), it is enough to call out a brisk “ AU ” to the waiter to get a fresh beer in front of you.

Because the name U is not very informative for non-locals, here are the key data: The U is the abbreviation for not tapped, the spicy pleasure brings 5.2% alcohol content to the table, is bottom-fermented, unfiltered and is flavored with the Hallertauer Perle hop variety. The beer is characterized by its full-bodied body, which is characterized by soft malt and a great tartness. A strong veil of yeast not only ensures the nice cloudiness, but also an appealing spiciness. Extremely tasty!

If you feel a little thirsty for beer, you can get a whopping 5 liters of the Bamberg specialty with the party can from Mahrs. With the barrel you can quench your thirst and do something good for your best friends at the same time!

5,00 Liter can

Mahrs Bräu Mahrs Bräu
Bierothek® ID
4.95kg(4.95kg with packaging)
Responsible food business operator (EU)
Mahrs Bräu Bamberg GmbH, Wunderburg 10, 96050
Bamberg Deutschland(DE)
Beer style
Alcohol content
5.2 % vol
Original wort
13 ° Plato
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast

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