A little about Warsteiner
Style: Pilsner Lager
Alcohol Content: 4.8%ABV
Year of Origin: 1753
The history of the Warsteiner Brewery begins in 1753. Antonius Cramer, a farmer from Warstein in the Sauerland, located in the south-eastern part of Westphalia, and a beer brewer on the side, is asked to pay a beer tax for the first time because the volume of his home-brewed beer surpasses by a wide margin the volume allowed for personal consumption. This is the beginning of a long and successful brewery tradition.
The special combination of bitter and aroma hops is unique and is a key component of the well balanced, mild-hoppy Warsteiner Premium Verum. The malt is manufactured from top-quality brewing barley cultivated from well-known German producing regions and from Champagne, which enjoy optimal climatic and soil conditions. The light golden yellow colour is obtained thanks to none other than the finest ingredients and an especially gentle, careful brewing process. Another top-quality attribute is the original and especially soft brewing water.