Usually brewers get all the raw materials for their beer and then start brewing. Hops, malt, water and yeast are just waiting to be used. It was completely different with Schneeeule’s latest creation: the flavoring of the beer was not brewed in Berlin, but by the brewery friend Brussels Beer Project . The Brussels team took over the first steps of the brewing process and then sent the finished wort to Germany. Because the beer was already on the road between Belgium and Berlin before it was finished, it bears the apt name Autobahn.
Uli, master brewer at the Schneeeule brewery, then turned the wort into beer with the help of her own yeast. The result of this unusual collaboration has a pleasant 4.2% alcohol content and is bottled in noble champagne bottles with a capacity of 0.75 liters. In the glass, the international beer specialty presents itself in a warm chestnut brown with a rust-red shimmer. In terms of smell, the brew scores with a symphony of earthy tones, toffee, roasted malt and sour cherries. The initial impression continues this first impression and combines the fruity acidity of freshly harvested berries with chocolaty sweetness, earthy notes and a hint of balsamic vinegar.
Anyone looking for a special beer with a good story and exciting aromas should give Autobahn from Schneeeule and the BBP a chance!
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, hops, yeast, lactic acid bacteria, sugar