Monday, October 17, 2011

Tannenzäpfle €4

Alcohol Strength5,1 % Vol.
TasteCrisp and clean
Rothaus Tannenzäpfle
"Tannenzäpfle" (which means "small fir cone") is a tangy lager with a fine hop-aroma and well balanced taste produced by the Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus. Black Forest spring water from an altitude of 1000 metres is used for production and gives the beer its distinctive freshness. Tannenzäpfle is the brewery's most successful product.
Since 1956 the brewery has printed a blond girl in a traditional Black Forest costume on their labels. Rothaus fans gave her the name "Birgit Kraft" because it is an allusion to the Alemannic version of the phrase "Bier gibt Kraft" ("Bier giet Kraft" – "Beer gives you strength")

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