Brewer's Advent Day 18: Herrnbraeu Jubilaeums Sud

The roots of the Herrnbraeu brand go back to the 17th century. In 1817, the company set up an inn and associated home brewery in the Georgianum after the seminary previously housed there had moved to Landshut or Munich together with the university.

In 2016, "The Bavarian Purity Law" celebrated its 500th birthday. Especially for this occasion, the "Herrnbräu Jubilaeums-Sud" is brewed in the classic single mash process. All raw materials used come from the region. Brewed as the result of an old traditional recipe with an extra high proportion of roasted and caramel malt, with the addition of aromatic Hallertau hops and a precisely controlled fermentation with fresh bottom-fermenting Herrnbraeu yeast, the result is a dark beer with a strong color and a mild, pleasantly sweet and malty-spicy flavor. Natural and unfiltered. A strong aromatic beer with fine yeast.

Watch DieBierProbierer's interview with the brewery here:

Please be aware that the Texas-version of the Brewer's Advent Calendar features a different beer today! (Bergbraeu Pale Ale)

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