2021 craft beer releases
Hazy pale amber colored beer with huge thick head, which has massive room filling aroma. First nose has lots of sweet banana characteristic to Hefeweizen. Caramelly, roasty, nutty, plums in background. Tons of different aromas and flavours here!
First taste is sweeter side, bringing out classical German style wheat beer banana flavours. Middle taste is more related to bock – nutty, slightly roast, caramelly, malty. This full-bodied beer with creamy and soft texture has really long lasting vanilla and clove flavours in aftertaste.
Weizenbock or wheat bock combines characteristics of a Hefeweizen and a Doppelbock. It’s rather rare to find beer style in Estonia. Harassment by Bock is really interesting and very enjoyable beer which suits well with venison, but aswell with chocolate desserts.
Recommended seving temp 10C
ABV: 13% OG: 26 FG: 3,8 IBU: 17 EBC: 9
Kirgas roosakaspunane väikse vahumütsiga õlu.
Bright pinkish red beer with small off-white head.
First nose is very aromatic and fruity. Lots of cherry marmalade im aroma. Refreshing citrussy notes in background. Tart cherries and refreshig sourness in first taste. Ripe cherries and warming cherry liqueur in aftertaste. Harassment by Sour is refreshing and lively, slightly creamy textured beer which suits perfectly as an aperitif, but pairs nicely aswell with duck breast with cherry & wine sauce.
Recommended serving temp 7C degreed.
ABV: 13% OG: 25P FG: 1,4 IBU: 13 EBC: N/A
Seafood has always been challenging partner for a beer. Yes, few beers can carry the burden, but it still required some reservations. We brewed this beer to be the perfect match for seafood. It’s crisp, strong and sour that didn’t fit under existing beer styles, so we invented new style - “imperial sour ale.”
“Why then the world’s mine oyster Which I with sword will open.” – The Merry Wives Of Windsor Act 2, scene 2, 2–5
Experience: Straw yellow beer with a bright white fluffy head that quickly disappears to nothing but few white spots.
The aroma gives a first strong hint that it’s not your ordinary beer. Lemon, white currant, a sour slice of pineapple. Experienced beer afficionado will also recognize the fruity sourness of lacto fermentation.
The first sip is crisp and refreshing. There is not really too much point to search your beer vocabulary. There is no hop aromas or bitterness, no sweetness or chocolate from malts. It’s a different landscape. Dry white wine may be a better starting point. The sour notes from lemon, bitterness from lime, hints to pineapple and peach. In the pronounced sourness, malts get honey-like character.
In the aftertaste, there is long lasting fruity sourness turning slowly tart.
It pairs wonderfully with seafood. We recommend Gillardeau oysters.
ABV: 8.5% OG: 17.5 FG: 5.8 IBU: 5 EBC: 9
I noticed you immediately. You are hard to miss, and I liked you from the very first sight. I believed you are wonderful. Everybody loves strawberries.
„Right away, I know you are wonderful” is strawberry pilsner where two all-time favorites are meeting - strawberries and pilsner.
Experience: Bright white and thick foam covers pilsner whose golden yellow color has a hint of the red from the strawberries. Aroma is dominated by strawberries. Fresh picked in hot summer day from the clearing in the forest.
Aroma may raise some doubt? What if it’s juicy fruit wine what sometimes hides under the beer label. One with tons of berries or juice in it? But fear not. The first sip tells you firmly that it’s good old pilsner. Bitter and refreshing. With a dash of strawberries in the flavor of course.
In the aftertaste, soft berries will caress your tongue.
ABV: 5.5% OG: 13.6P FG: 3.5P IBU: 18 EBC: 6
Solera process, the Ouroboros of the beer making. Neverending fermentation where once a year we take away half of matured beer, add fresh beer and let nature take its course.
One day, almost 2 years ago, we discovered that one forgotten pilot brew has developed beautiful pellicle. We threw in a bunch of Brettanomyces strains, and we got house mix that keeps producing lovely red sours. We used it to start our own endless fermentation process.
Experience: The dark orange beer with red hue is filling the glass. The beige head will shrink quickly into a thin layer that clings to the walls of the glass and leaves creative lacing as you dring.
In the aroma wild stoned fruits are dominating, cherry plum and damson. More like cherry plum as there is also a whiff of firm acidity in the aroma.
The sip will start with the sour attack. An entire army of them - sharp, vinegar-like sourness, brett-like lazy bitter-sour, throat scratching sourness. Once the sour has left the battlefield, red berries and wild stone fruits set in. Even something you can credibly call sweetness stops over for a moment.
In the end, throat-scratching sourness turns slowly into bitter-sweet sourness of the wild damsons.
ABV: 7.5% OG: N/A FG: N/A IBU: N/A EBC: N/A
Sometimes lose, always win.
Chestnut colored beer with yellowish-beige nicely lasting head. Sweet, toffee, caramelly notes in first aroma backgrounded with tropical hoppy, citrussy, slightly minty notes. First taste is sweeter side – caramelly, raisins, bready, toffee. Tropical, citrussy notes in middle taste. Aftertaste is like Irish Coffee – mildly roasty, creamy and warming.
This dangerously easily drinkable and very enjoyable beer suits perfectly with braised lamb, but aswell with creme brulee.
Recommended serving temp 8-10C
ABV: 13,0% OG: 30,5p FG: 7,9p IBU: 80 EBC: 44