Since the middle ages, folks in rural Germany have enjoyed fresh locally brewed beer, straight from the Brewer’s cellar, known as Kellerbier. We brew our Kellerbier in keeping with that same tradition, unfiltered so the beer is naturally cloudy, distinctly flavourful and very refreshing. Special German whole-leaf hops are added late in the process, producing a beer that is wonderfully aromatic with a hint of citrus and spice on the palate. The folks at Creemore Springs are proud to share their love of traditional brewing with you. Here are a few things some kind folks had to say about last year’s release. “the Creemore version hits all the right notes in terms of flavour, appearance and aroma”, Josh Rubin — Toronto Star-Beer Reporter “this may be one of the best beer launches in Ontario for quite a while”, Stephen Beaumont — Thatsthespirit.com “the new beer from Creemore is not only the most unique and interesting beer they’ve ever brewed, it’s also one of the best beers to be launched in Ontario in recent history”, Greg Clow — Taste Toronto “the Kellerbier you brewed this year was nothing short of fantastic. Throughout the summer I scooped up all I could find and now it appears as though there’s no more on the shelves. I can only hope that you’re planning on brewing another batch next year. Even more perhaps?”, LCBO Customer Only a limited amount of this very special beer has been brewed!
Creemore Springs Kellerbier
Alan Cólen 20 de Agosto de 2012
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Avaliações dos usuários
Breja âmbar alaranjada turva, de creme denso e de média persistência. O aroma apresenta notas de laranja/pitanga e algo sulfuroso, lembra, bem de leve, DMS. O sabor acompanha as nuances de laranja e apresenta também lúpulo floral. É uma cerveja de corpo médio/baixo e efervescência alta. Boa breja.
Volume em ml
Canadá - LCBO