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Seasonal editions

It has already become a tradition: in the spring a lighter, fresher beer speciality is also brewed – perfect for light summer dishes and mild summer evenings. In autumn when the colder days call for a warming drink, stronger and more full-bodied editions like the annual Winterbock are drunk.

Edition Cervinia - 2018

Our Edition Cervinia was fermented with the juice of ripe Veltliner grapes. Pale straw yellow in colour, it convinces with a delicate, fragrant bouquet with a hint of fresh citrus and a fruity peach flavour.  The light body has a sparkling mousse, well-balanced with a mild tartness. As is typical for Grüner Veltliner grapes, pleasant aromas of white pepper or tobacco can also be identified.

Accompaniment for food: Goes especially well with light appetizers such as salads, smoked fish and light pasta dishes. It harmonizes perfectly with asparagus dishes, white poultry, fish dishes, seafood and shellfish. It is the ideal dessert accompaniment for creamy milk chocolate and nut chocolate as well as soft cheese.

Optimal drinking temperature: 6 – 8°

Malt flavour:
Bitterness:
Freshness:
16,6°
Original gravity
7,1% Vol.
Alcohol
Edition Zirbe - 2018

Kaltenhausen’s “Edition Zirbe” captivates with a delicate touch of the resin aroma of hand-planed pinus cembra, underpinned by the fine caramel note of the malt and a mild hop flavour.

The “Edition Zirbe” is fully consistent with the trend of upholding old traditions, goods and values and not only appeals to young, adventurous bier drinkers, but to all people, in whom the closeness to nature and regional products are deeply ingrained.

Optimal drinking temperature: 9 – 11°

11,8°
Original gravity
4,8% Vol.
Alcohol
Sweet chestnut edition – Autumn edition

A bottom-fermented, chestnut brown, particularly creamy-velvety beer. Full-bodied and slightly bitter with the flavour of ripe sweet chestnuts. A decent roasted flavour while the body is simultaneously strong and nutty rounds off this beer speciality. The sweet chestnut edition unfolds best in a red wine glass.

Accompaniment for food: the perfect complement to freshly roasted sweet chestnuts. Goes ideally with creamy soups, braised meat, game, duck or goose but also with mild, nutty desserts and mild, spicy cheese.

Optimal drinking temperature: 9 – 12°

Malt flavour:
Hop aroma:
Bitterness:
Freshness:
16,9°
Original gravity
6,9% Vol.
Alcohol
Winterbock - Winter edition

Kaltenhausen’s Winterbock 2017 is richly honey-coloured. It is unfiltered.
A bouquet of aromas reminiscent of fresh sponge cake highlighted with a delicate hoppy aroma develops in the nose. The rather light body is immediately obvious in the flavour. It is refreshing, rather dry and slightly resinous. Moderate bitterness which fades away quickly.

Accompaniment to food: the ideal accompaniment for game dishes, steaks, spicy roasts, spicy cheeses but also gingerbread and nutty desserts.

Optimal drinking temperature: 8-10°

Malt flavour:
Hop aroma:
Bitterness:
Freshness:
16,2°
Original gravity
7,1% Vol.
Alcohol
Edition Belgisch Wit - Spring 2017

Originating in the tradition of beer brewed from wheat, we interpret a further international, top-fermenting beer speciality in our Belgian Wit in which orange peel and coriander are traditionally used in the brewing process. The very light colour and visible cloudiness is typical of Wit beer. A slight yeast aroma in the nose, concealed by the fruitiness of the orange peel and the coriander. Fresh on the palate and light in body with a fruity-spicy flavour and only a delicate impression of hops.

Accompaniment for food: Belgian Wit harmonises particularly well with (smoked) fish dishes, sushi and seafood as well as light salads, Asian dishes and curry. Furthermore it is also the ideal accompaniment to desserts such a fruit salad and piquant cheeses or sheep’s cheese.

Optimal drinking temperature: 6 – 8°

Malt flavour:
Bitterness:
Freshness:
11,8°
Original gravity
4,2% Vol.
Alcohol