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12/2018

TONKA

Tonka Imperial Stout

For Christmas time Dr. Brauwolf has a special release for you, a limited edition of a Tonka Imperial Stout. A mix of roasted barley gives this craft beer a wonderful dark colour, vanilla and chocolate aromas and an ABV of 8.5%. Tonka beans were carefully macerated in finest Jameson Black Barrel Whiskey and added to the beer for a semi-sweet marzipan note to round up the heavy body. The bottles were sealed with red wax to extend longevity and to give this beer the exclusivity that it deserves.

ALC 8.5% VOL

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09/2018

HI-PA

DRY-HEMPED PALE ALE

Do you want to get high, man? Autumn is the time for harvest for hops, but also for weed. To honour this occasion, we present our HI-PA, a dry-hemped Pale Ale with the finest indoor weed buds directly from Zurich. This craft beer of the month won’t get you high, but the natural flavours and aroma will induce such associations with the connoisseurs. Peace.

ALC 5.0% VOL

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09/2018

NEIPA

Triple dry-hopped New England IPA

Oh my hops! New England is the IPA of the hour and what is special about an IPA? Exactly, the hop! We ventured into a beer style with the mission of mixing in a concentrated load of hops. Three hop plugs, an alcohol content of 6.7% and the typical cloudiness of the style result in this triple dry-hopped New England India Pale Ale from Dr. Brauwolf.

ALC 6.7% VOL

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07/2018

Collaboration Brew

Maracuja Sour

Almost one year after Dr. Brauwolf opened its doors, we present to you our first sour beer for the summer month of July. In collaboration with Maryensztadt from Poland we created a passionfruit Berliner Weisse with 4% vol. The fresh passionfruit juice from Ecuador was added during fermentation and adds an exceptional fruitiness to this beer. In addition to the mild sourness the huge amount of fruit juice makes for a ideal summer beer.

ALC 4.0% VOL

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WM 2018

Hopf Schwiiz

HOPPY LAGER

The Summer of 2018 is all about the World Cup in Russia. The Swiss national team travels with lots of talent, while the fans at home show support them with just as much passion. ‘Hopf Schwiiz’ we chant at Dr. Brauwolf and elevate the euphoria with the newest creation. A hoppy Lager, mild and easy drinking is the perfect match up for the Swiss beer lovers.

ALC 4.6% VOL

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04/2018

Matcha Beer

Spring has arrived and Dr. Brauwolf has released a matching beer for it. Fresh Japanese Green Tea powder, Japanese hops and orange peel on a light wheat ale base makes for a well-balanced and refreshing thirst quencher for the sunny spring days.

ALC 4.3% VOL

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03/2018

R Y E

INDIA PALE ALE

Another IPA coming out of Dr. Brauwolf and yet again it isn’t a generic one. This time we created a full-bodied, extremely citrussy Rye IPA (pronounced Rye-PA). Rye adds to the body and the hops used in this Craft Beer of the Month balances the heaviness with amazing lemon-like freshness.

ALC 6.1% VOL

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02/2018

Vanilla Cream Ale

Our Vanilla Cream Ale was made with fresh Bourbon vanilla sticks, a light malt body, and easy on the hops side, which makes it a true vanilla bomb. The creamy mouth feel makes the vanilla aroma stick to your gums just like eating a vanilla ice cream. Forget the vanilla sauce on your apple pie, come and drink a Vanilla Cream Ale instead!

ALC 5.0% VOL

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01/2018

COCOLATE Stout

coconut chocolate milk stout

The first stout ever made by Dr. Brauwolf is a coconut, chocolate milk stout, with freshly crushed chocolate nibs by Taucherli, and toasted coconut flakes. The addition of lactose makes this a thick and heavy chocolate bomb, that leaves a creamy mouth feel just like after eating the freshest Swiss chocolate.

ALC 7.4% VOL

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12/2017

Mango Dipa

The first Craft Beer of the Month by Dr. Brauwolf doesn’t fail to surprise. With 100 hand-cut fresh Spanish mangoes, loads of American hops, and a high alcohol content of 8.4%. This double IPA is a hoppy and fruity craft beer that may lead to a serious buzz effect.

ALC 8.4% VOL

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