We live in a time of contrasts. We have to do less physical work than ever before, but we are significantly more stressed than ever before. An abundance of food is available 24 hours a day and yet we regularly go on a diet and avoid carbohydrates, sugar, wheat flour or lactose. We could easily drive anywhere and still try to walk 10,000 steps every day. Medical care is better than ever and yet we are still plagued by countless common diseases for which there is no cure. We are surrounded by a wide selection of the finest strong beers , but sometimes we still crave lean brews.
Because life is complicated enough, we have both strong brews with a lot of revolutions and feather-light ones without any alcohol in our range. The light rye from the Brauhaus am Kreuzberg is a great compromise with its mild 2.4% alcohol content. The brewery affectionately calls its malt-based creation “driver beer”.
The light-footed rye beer enchants with its full-bodied character and lush grain notes that taste like oven-fresh bread. A hint of apple, the creamy texture and spicy yeast skilfully round off the beer enjoyment and make you forget that this beer only has half as much alcohol as the average brew.
Water, rye malt , barley malt , hops, yeast