Slow Beer

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

New Red Hill Seasonal - Bohemian Pilsner

Its that time again, Red Hill are releasing another small-batch seasonal brew. This time they have opted for a classic. But don't think this will be another dime a dozen lager. Their Bohemian Pilsner is unfiltered and dry hopped.

"Based on the classic style of lager first brewed in the town of Pilsen in Bohemia (now Czech Republic), this is an unfiltered, yet clean & balanced beer. A generous malt character imparts a slight sweetness which is balanced by potent hop bitterness, achieved by 3 hefty additions of hop flowers in the boil. A long and cold fermentation period followed when plenty of hop flowers were steeped in the conditioning tanks with the beer for a further 6 weeks creating a floral and spicy aroma. Golden in colour with a dense white head, you will be left with the hoporific effect of having the corners of your mouth go up!

Please note that we have less than one batch available for wholesale and it will be around only during November."

Stock will be hitting shelves latter this week. Be quick or be dissapointed!!



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