Ingredients: Pilsen and Lactic Acid malts; Spring water; Hallertau Magnum Hersbrucker and Blanc hops; WLP833 yeast. OG 12 Plato; ABV 4.8%.
Known as the Mother Road, Route 66 served as a major path for those who migrated west, especially during World War II, allowing travelers to live the American dream. Inspired by a historic road, we have created an American style craft beer with an intense flavour that will keep you vigorous throughout your journey!
Every sunset you greet me
Sparkly and white,
Cloudy and bright,
You look happy to drink me.
Blossom of snow,
May you bloom and grow,
Bloom and grow forever,
Bless Vandoma forever.
The real Oktoberfest beer… in truth, what is served in current times at the Oktoberfest is a more robust version of the original Münchner Helles, specifically brewed for the festival. The origins of the beer and the festival are interlinked and go back to 1810. On October 12, Crown Prince Ludwig, the future king of Bavaria, married Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen and decided to organize a large public festival. The event was such a success that it was decided to make it an annual occurrence.
We have yet to find a description that beats Ray Daniel´s… “Doppelbock has unique origins in monastic brewing. (…) The beer, dubbed Salvatore, or “the Savior” by the monks was an extrastrong brew intended to sustain them during the fasts of Advent and Lent. During these periods the monks were forbidden solid food, and so the beer was literally their ´liquid bread´”.
Ray Daniels (2000). Designing Great Beers – The Ultimate Guide to Brewing Classic Beer Styles, Brewers Publications