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Thirst for beer is a plague that knows only one solution: beer. The beer lover has countless options for satisfying the urgent need - as long as the brew contains hops and malt, it also helps. Nevertheless, there are creations that are more refreshing and easier to drink than others. Like so many things, it’s a matter of taste, but we can all agree that a smooth lager is more thirst-quenching than, say, an IPA stuffed to the brim with bitter hops or a thick stout. In Bavaria, at any rate, light is the first choice if you have a dry throat.
A fine example of this style of brewing comes from the Spessart brewery. Their interpretation is called Räuberchen Hell and is a tasty composition of soft malt and fresh hops. The classic export beer flows into the glass in a clear straw yellow and is crowned with a cap of coarse-pored foam. A bouquet of golden grain, freshly mown grass and floral hops fills the air. The initial sip reveals a balanced brew with mild sweetness, fine tartness and delicate bitterness. Notes of crispy bread crust, blooming summer meadow, herbs, gently roasted malt and spicy hops ensnare the palate.
Acute thirst for beer? The Räuberchen Hell from the Spessart brewery is your salvation!