Kessel – Berlinerweisse
Kessel Berliner Weisse is named after the German word for Kettle. The brew kettle is generally the vessel used for boiling, pasteurizing, and concentrating wort before fermentation. For this beer, we utilized a method known as kettle-souring to acidify the wort with a mixed culture of two Lactobacillus strains, which are similar to those that might give yogurt or kombucha their signature zing. While breweries often refer to these kinds of beers as “sour” we believe that “bright” or “tart” is a more accurate description to describe the fresh snappiness of this traditional German-style ale. Look for notes of toasted grain and fresh-squeezed lemonade and a dry finish which begs for another sip!
$17 for a pre-filled 64oz Growler