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Style: Pilsner
Collections: Beer, Draft,

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The oldest still existing document to prove sale of Einbecker beer dates back to April 23, 1378. During the 14th and 15th centuries every citizen in the town of Einbeck had the right to brew beer and by 1616 there were 742 citizens that owned brew houses (aka. brauherren), and the first bock-style beer in the world was brewed in the town of Einbeck.

In 1749 the town of Einbeck combined all the brewing rights and the Einbecker brauhaus was created. In 1851 the beer was bottled for the first time. The bottles ever since had the same unique shape significant of all Einbecker beers.

Tasting Notes

Yellow gold color with fine carbonation and brilliant white head.

A light touch of citrus and grassy-spicy aromas in the nose, accompanied by a very gentle maltiness.

Nicely hopped for the style, but balanced by malt grain and mineral undertones. Biscuity.

Dry and clean, with a tantalizing bonus of hop bitterness.

Alc./Vol.: 4.9 %
Plato: 12.5
IBU: 32
EBC: 5

Version: Type: Size: UPC/EAN:
Case 24 * 11.2 oz. 6-Pack Bottle(s) 4 004078 008018
Case 2 * 1.3 gal. Party Keg(s) 0 62067 02816 8
Keg 1 * 13.2 gal. Keg
Picture: Einbecker Brauherren Pils 11.2oz bottles & 300mL glass.
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