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Burnside Smoked Gratzer Limited Release
Burnside Brewing Company
Portland, Oregon, USA
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1 2.50 1 31 07-29-2011

Brewer's Description:
Burnside Gr├Ątzer is a unique historically Polish smoked wheat beer, commercially extinct since the early 1990s until Burnside revitalized the style with a Northwest twist. Burnside smoked 600 pounds of white wheat over apple wood to achieve a lightly toasted, nutty flavor with a slightly smoky finish. Unfiltered, it's cloudy and flavorful and a great accompaniment to smoked meats.

Alcohol Content (ABV): 5.67%
Calories: Unknown
Carbohydrates: Unknown
Bitterness (IBU): 9
**Stats are based on a 12 ounce beer

Ratings & Reviews: (1) Add Your Review
2.5 Reviewed By:
sloshed (2828 Reviews)
Added:
07-29-2011
Location:
Portland, Oregon - Oregon Brewers Festival 2011
Type(s):
Tap/Keg
Just not a fan of smoked beers, however, the pig tasting smoke flavor this beer is much lighter than you will find in classic German varieties like Aecht Schlenkera's. It's amazing that these flavors can come out of a beer that is the color of a pale lager.



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