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Broeckhouse Blonde






Danemark

Blonde
Ale
Blonde
6.5 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse Blonde is brewed on a secret mixture of spices, herbs and specialty malts. It is a Belgian type, top-fermented ale brewed with English and German hops. In spite of the relatively high alcohol content, Blonde is sparkling fresh and light because of the high content of carbon dioxide. At the same time it has a complex combination of taste and flavour combining apples, flowers, sweet and bitter. Best served at 9-12°C

Broeckhouse Christmas Beer






Danemark

Christmas Beer
Bière de Noël
Blonde
9.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse Christmas has it all. It is top-fermented with Belgian yeast and brewed using four different kinds of malt and canesugar. The taste is profound, warm and full with a distinct touch of chocolate. This is a genuine Abbey Ale with all the fragrances of Christmas: dates, figs, cloves and apricots. The hops are northern Brewer and aromatic East Kent Golding. Broeckhouse Christmas has been stored for 3 months and will keep easily for up to 10 years. It is an ale that goes excellently with the traditional Danish Christmas fare. Best served at 10-12°C

Broeckhouse Easter Ale






Danemark

Easter Ale
Ale
Blonde
8.5 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

A strong and festive ale brewed according to Danish Easter traditions using Belgian top-fermenting yeast. In spite of the alcohol content of 8,5%, the ale is bright in both colour and taste and has a magnificent spring perfume. Broeckhouse Easter Ale harbours a full, almost honey-like flavour, from the abundant contents of Pale Ale, wheat and caramel malts which is balanced by a moderate hop bitterness. The aroma is pleasantly fruit-like with a spiced scent of dried fruits and nutmeg. This ale goes extremely well with Easter lamb roast. Best served at 10-12°C.

Broeckhouse EPIC IPA






Danemark

EPIC IPA
India Pale Ale
Blonde
9.5 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

A powerful and complex ale that really get the taste buts going. Its point of venture is the classical Broeckhouse IPA and it has been inspired by the Californian triple IPA. Broeckhouse Epic IPA is brewed using large quantities of pale ale -, caramel- and Munich malt, giving the ale a solid malt basis. It has been hopped using four American hops types: Columbus, Amarillo, Simcoe og Cascade. Dryhopping of the finished ale enhances the hops expression. The ale has powerful bitteness and an intense aroma of grapefruit and flowers. Best served at 10 - 12°C.

Broeckhouse EPIC Red






Danemark

EPIC Red
Ale
Ambrée
9.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Inspired by the powerful German Dobbelbock, we have created an amber coloured, intensely malt flavoured beer using Bavarian malts. Broeckhouse Epic Red is brewed using munich-, vienna- caramel- and melanoidin malt and moderately hopped with the classical German hops types: Perle, Hallertauer Mittlefrüh og Tettnanger. This is a beer influenced by the many different types of malt which gives it full bodied malty flavour and a beautiful, light foam reflecting the magic colour of the beer. Best served at 10 - 12°C

Broeckhouse EPIC Stout






Danemark

EPIC Stout
Stout
Noire
10.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse Stout is inspired by the Russian Imperial stouts. It is brewed with generous amounts of pale ale -, munich-, caramel- and chocolate malt, along with roasted barley, crushed oats and dark syrup. The hops added are: Columbus, Galena og Challenger. Together malt, hops and alcohol gives a forceful aroma combining wine, bitter chocolate and dark caramel, a pitch dark colour and a dark, full head. Best served at 10 - 12°C.

Broeckhouse Esrum Kloster






Danemark

Esrum Kloster
Bière d'Abbaye
Brune
7.5 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse Esrum Kloster has been developed in cooperation with Esrum Abbey as the modern equivalent of the medieval abbey ale. True to the traditions of the monks, the ale has been adapted to a modern palate. It is a top-fermented ale brewed with barley, wheat and rye malt along with cane sugar. Common Balm, Meadowsweet, lavender, rosemary, juniper, and aniseeds have been added to the ale, all herbs that grow in the gardens of Esrum Abbey. The colour is maroon, the nose wonderfully strong and the taste especially full and aromatic. This ale goes well with heavy meat dishes such as venison or on its own. Best served at 10-12°C.

Broeckhouse Frederiksborg Castle Strong Ale






Danemark

Frederiksborg Castle Strong Ale
Ale
Blonde
8.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

This Strong Ale is a king worthy, brewed on the first and strongest run-off. A full malted and spicy strong ale with aromas of coriander and nutmeg. Best served at 8-10°C.The front label drawing was made by the world famous Danish artist Kurt Trampedach who was born and grew up in Hilleroed.

Broeckhouse Galathea






Danemark

Galathea
India Pale Ale
Blonde
6.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse has created this ale for the Galathea Expedition due to travel the globe by ship. The Galathea Expedition is the largest nautical research expedition to leave Denmark in 50 years. Broeckhouse Galathea has been developed to endure sea voyage over great distances, building on proud British traditions. The point of venture is the India Pale Ale which was created to endure the long sea voyage from England to India. The IPA was ideal for such voyages because of its high content of preserving hops and relative high content of alcohol. Normally IPA is brewed on barley malt but Broeckhouse has extended the concept adding rye malt giving the ale a dark, full bodied malt flavour. Best served at 9-11°C

Broeckhouse Harvest Brew






Danemark

Harvest Brew
Ale
Blonde
6.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Brewed as an Altbier this beer has its historical roots in the Rhine valley, Germany. The colour is copper; the taste filled by notes of caramel and almonds is soft and round with a moderate bitterness. Broeckhouse Harvest Brew goes excellently with grilled meats and heavy vegetables. Best served at 8-10° C

Broeckhouse IPA






Danemark

IPA
India Pale Ale
Blonde
6.0 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse's India Pale Ale is a very powerful top fermented ale brewed on ordinary pilsners malt, caramel- and münchners malt. The use of specialty malt adds a bit of sweetness to the ale balancing the forceful hop flavour. The ale has been brewed with three kinds of hops in order to achieve a more complex palete. These are the British Northern Brewer and Fuggle along with the American Cascade. Broeckhouse's India Pale Ale has a relatively low content of carbon dioxide, not to cloak the variety of taste comportments in the ale. The ale should be served at 10-12°C.

Broeckhouse Old Ale






Danemark

Old Ale
Ale
Blonde
6.5 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

Five years ago Head Brewer and Managing Director Allan Poulsen brewed an Old Ale in his basement and it became extremely popular. The beer-Guru Michael Jackson became infatuated by this ale during a visit to Denmark. Since then a large number of beer enthusiasts has been asking for it. That is why Allan Poulsen decided to brew it once again. Broeckhouse Old Ale is top-fermented containing 6,5% alcohol. It is a mixture of new ale and ale stored for up to two years. The long storage adds a note of sherry to the Old Ale. This ale has a wonderful maroon colour and a thick head. It contains exotic perfumes from far away lands, cloves, coriander, a taint of pepper and ripened fruit. Best served at 10-12°C. Goes well with tapas and anti pasti.

Broeckhouse Pilsner






Danemark

Pilsner
Pilsner
Blonde
5.0 °

Fermentation Basse
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse Pilsner is brewed according to the old Czech traditions. It has been hopped using the exquisite Czech Saaz hops. The mild, light malt flavour is balanced by a distinct bitterness. Broeckhouse Pilsner has a more hopped flavour and thus more character than the ordinary Danish pilsner. Should be served cold, at 5-7°C. The pilsner originated from the Plsen District in the Czech Republic. In this part of Europe the water was soft and the bright golden beer could be produced as opposed to the darker Bavarian version made on hard water. In Denmark the dark Bavarian version was consumed until the mid-40'ies when equipment that could remove calcium from the water became available. With the calcium removed from the water it was possible to produce Pilsner and it soon became the preferred choice of the Danish consumers.

Broeckhouse Red






Danemark

Red
Lager
Ambrée
5.6 °

Fermentation Basse
Broeckhouse

A traditional Danish Bavarian type beer, brewed according to the old traditions. The combinations of bottom fermentation and plenty of Münchner malt give the beer a full malted flavour and a beautiful red-golden colour. The bitterness of the robust Perle hops, from southern Germany, balances the sweetness of the malt, together creating a full and round tasting beer. Best served cold, at 6-8°C.

Broeckhouse Stout






Danemark

Stout
Stout
Noire
5.6 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

A round, mellow and dry stout. It is brewed with pale ale malt, caramel and chocolate malts along with roasted non-malted barley. Broeckhouse Stout is top-fermented with fine hop bitterness and a taint of chocolate. The stout appears dry and creamy with a thick lush head. It has a moderate content of carbon dioxide. The stout is magnificent with food - it goes well with the spicy kitchen as well as seafood and heavy chocolate desserts. Best served at 10-12°C.

Broeckhouse Vintage 2005






Danemark

Vintage 2005
Lager
Blonde
10.1 °

Fermentation Haute
Broeckhouse

A strong barley wine, round and soft, comparable to brandy. Made solely from malt and hops it has a powerful and intense taste. Broeckhouse Vintage has been stored for at least one year and will keep for at least another 10 years. The long storage process adds to the full-bodied character and rounds off the alcohol. Can be served as an aperitif or accompanying a cup of coffee like brandy. Best served at 8-10°C

Broeckhouse Wheat






Danemark

Wheat
Lager
Blonde
5.6 °

Fermentation Basse
Broeckhouse

Broeckhouse wheat is brewed according to the Belgian tradition. It is brewed on half pilsner malt and half wheat malt. Especially the wheat malt gives the beer a slightly acidulous and fruity flavour. Saaz hops have been added to the wheat beer along with coriander and orange peels. Thus a distinct fragrance and a fresh, lush taste are achieved. The yeast has been imported from Weihenstephan adding to the spicy flavour of the beer. Broeckhouse wheat has a high content of carbon dioxide and should be served iced. It is an ideal fragrant refreshment for a hot spring day.

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