Hersbrucker is an old-world German land variety that originally horned in on the popularity of Hallertau Mittelfrüh. It is named after the growing region it was cultivated in and has a distinguished noble aroma. Hersbrucker historically has a low Alpha Acid, ranging from 1.5-4%, which makes it perfect for traditional lagers and pilsners.
5.78 € – 109.24 €
|Alfa||2.0 – 5.0%|
|Beta||4 – 6%|
|Characteristics||Floral, fruity and spicy aromas|
|Beer styles||Dunkel, Strong Ale, Pilsner, Altbier, Weizenbock, …|