Kräusen

In the world of German brewing, Kräusen refers to the intense proliferation of bubbles and foam formed during fermentation of a young or "green" beer. And Aufkräusen (literally to kräusen it up), refers to a historic brewing technique in which some green beer is added to a fully-matured lager. This is a very old and very typically German tradition, and today even English-speaking brewers refer to this technique as krausening. Krausening brings the vibrant freshness of young beer to the more refined, austere flavors of a fully-matured lager.

Aecht Schlenkerla Kräusen is an amber-colored, unfiltered lager beer with beautiful malt flavors and a slight smokiness. It matures for months in the deep rock cellars underneath the Schlenkerla brewery and is krausened with Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier just before kegging. Quaffable and with a pleasantly moderate level of alcohol, Aecht Schlenkerla Kräusen is an ideal refreshment for the warmer months.
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10-box Aecht Schlenkerla Kräusen

15,80 € *
3,16 € per 1 l

20-box Aecht Schlenkerla Kräusen

27,90 € *
2,79 € per 1 l

6-bottle gift pack Schlenkerla Kräusen

10,90 € *
3,63 € per 1 l

Aecht Schlenkerla Kräusen

1,90 € *
3,80 € per 1 l

Schlenkerla glass mug with lid 0,5l

18,90 € *