Beer Here Harwood får premiere ved Bryggens Ølbar, København torsdag den 9. maj kl. 17.
Beer Here Harwood (8%): Brown Porter.
In 17th century Britain beer was the drink of the common man. Wine was for the wealthy, tea was for the weak and water was usually quite poisonous. Men, women and children drank beer morning, noon and night. The most popular type of beer was porter because of its modest price and its nutritional value. One of the most popular porter brewers, and often incorrectly credited with the invention of the beer, was Ralph Harwood. This beer is inspired by the brown porter made at the time.
Ingredients: Maris Otter Pale malt, munich malt, amber malt, beechwood smoked malt, brown malt, roasted barley, chocolate malt, crystal malt, and sugar. Spiced with East Kent Golding Northern Brewer and Fuggle. British ale yeast.
Brygget ved De Proef Brouwerij.