First nose is grainy, with light caramelly aromas. Dried fruits and nuts in background.
Taste is crisp and malty. Sweeter caramelly taste is nicely balanced with mild hoppy bitterness. Dry mouthfeel in aftertaste.
Our Hele Laager is classical German style lager beer, which suits perfectly for drinking at the summer festivals, in sauna or with different food. Try Hele Laager with burgers, pizza or with roasted pork and You will not be disappointed.
Recommended serving information – for thirst quenching drink it on 4-6C degrees, with meals let it warm up just a little bit.
Bright golden clear beer, with a nicely lasting white head.
First nose is sweet, grainy, hay, and summery. Baked goods and bready yeast in the background.
First taste is crisp and grainy. Malty sweetness is perfectly balanced with mild hoppy bitterness. Salty crackers and nutty flavors in the middle taste. Sweet honey in the aftertaste.
Juulik is light bodied, easily drinkable Pilsner, which suits perfectly to sauna, summer barbecue parties and also, of course, for Terminaator concerts. We also recommend trying Juulik with pan-fried pike-perch.
Juulik is a perfect thirst-quencher when served at 4-5C degrees. However, in order to drink with food, we recommend drinking it at slightly warmer temperatures, then more fruity and nutty flavors will emerge.
A little black dress is not a little black dress if it’s covered with polka-dots. The same goes for the dark suit which can’t be green, even if it’s dark green. But classic doesn’t mean impersonal. The one who wears classic clothes strikes out with a self-assured smile, pleasant behaviour and smart talk.
Pilsner is a classic. Pilsner can’t be strong or taste much like hops or have amber colour. Pilsner has to be pleasantly bitterish, light yellow in colour and refreshing. Rather predictable than noticeable hint of white wine given to this pilsner by Hallertau Blanc hops covers the seductive smile part.
German wheat beer, “hefeweizen,” has a rich and colorful history. For centuries brewing this beer was directly controlled by the King. The beer itself didn’t reach the layman; it was royal drink enjoyed by the aristocracy.
Nowadays this magnificent style is available for everyone and keeps gaining popularity. There is a good reason behind that. It’s hard to find better thirst-quencher in hot summer than a sparkling and refreshing hefeweizen.