Ancient. Historical. Unique.
TYPE OF BEER:
The Ingredient Story:
To introduce this pure lager, traditionally brewed by the book and internationally recognized to beer lovers in Goa and India
Why We Chose This Style:
This pure Lager follows the law of ‘Reinheitsgebot’, the German Purity Law which permits only water, hops, malts and yeast. The adherence to the law gives you the Bavarian Keeler, a lager as perfect as the land in which it originated.
In the medieval ages, this unfiltered beer was matured in deep vaults or cellars, from which this beer type derives its name, ‘Kellerbier’.
History & Significance:
In the medieval ages, peasants went really deep to get the perfect temperatures for their beer. This unfiltered beer was matured in deep vaults or cellars, from which this beer type derives its name, ‘Kellerbier’. Since it is unpasteurized, the beer is hazy
The Bavarian Keller is where the ancient past of beer making meets the exciting present
One of the often-told tales about lager is about Bavarian brewers using ice caves to store beer through the period of prohibition of brewing in the summer.
Over time, they realised that some casks continued to ferment. The beers from these were crisper and cleaner. This was the birth of lager.