Fair bear comes usually during the holidays. Toddles along the snowy paths and looks at the fully decorated homes while muttering in satisfaction. Who knows, perhaps sometimes enters the room. Gobbles up the celebration dishes while waving a fork and telling stories about faraway lands and unprecedented animals. But who would still believe that the bear would land up so far.
This Christmas brew is brewed from six types of malt, which are accompanied by a special warmth of Ceylon cinnamon and cloves from Madagascar.
Autumn. It is still dark when you go for a walk with the dogs. You can see your breath, and the ice, covering the puddles, shatters like a breaking glass under your steps. The sun peeks cautiously with its first rays and the dogs investigate, nose between frosty blades of grass, the nighttime activities of a fox. The oak clings stubbornly to its brown leaves, but the Jays have already hidden the acorns. The weather is already cold. The cold starts.
Lehe’s Autumn is a classic smoked beer, which is brewed with malt, smoked here in Estonia, and is intended for all those, who love our colorful autumn filled with the smell of campfire, to enjoy.
Summer is easy. We do not have it for long. Some complain that not at all. Actually, Estonia’s summer is wonderful. Anyone who wants to can do it all. Divers dive and surfers surf. You can sunbathe on the sand at the beach or spend the day working at your summerhouse.
Lehe’s Summer is made for such a nice evening. This beer is easy, just like the summer itself. It does not require your complete attention but lets you calmly reflect on your active day.
The weather in spring is variable. You never know what the next day will bring. Maybe the sun is shining and a warm spring wind is playing with your hair. Maybe it is snowing or there is a severe frost. Regardless of the weather, the air is filled with both the mould of transitory winter as well as the expectations of an emerging summer.
A classic beer could give some confidence in such confusion. For example, märzen. Amber-coloured malty lager, which has survived unchanged through hundreds of springs.