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Fritz Briem Grodziskie
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Grodziskie or Grätzer is a Sour Smoked Wheat Ale that was brewed in the 1900s in East Prussia and dates back to as early as the 15th century. It was named after the Polish town of Grodzisk Wielkopolski or Grätz in German. Our historic version is brewed according to the German Purity Law with air-dried barley malt and beech smoked wheat malt and hopped with Perle and Saaz. A sour mash is created using the old and forgotten technique called “Digerieren.” Finally a three month aging and maturation process creates a complex sour, smoky and heavily hopped wheat ale.
|Brewery||Professor Fritz Briem|
|Food Pairing||The term "Traditional Ale" is used across a variety of styles including pale ales, amber ales or even strong ales and can be paired with numerous regional cuisines, several types of cheeses and a wide array of desserts.|
|Tasting Notes||Fritz Briem Grodziskie from Professor Fritz Briem is an Traditional Ale style beer, medium in color, is moderate hoppy and has an ABV of 4%|
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