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Our four Main Beers

Farmers Lager

Beer Story

Farmers Lager is a ‘Münchner Helles’ styled lager, a traditional Munich beer. This beer is light on the palate with a crisp, slightly dry but pleasant finish.  A real drinking beer!

This particular beer traces its’ roots back to the Farmers Brewery which operated in Hattingspruit, Kwa-Zula Natal.

Farmers Lager is an ode to South African farmers & celebrates the role of farming in South Africa.

±-4,4% Alcohol

Approx. 23 Bitter Units

SKU: BE021001
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PRODUCT ID: 2447

Farmers Lager

Beer Story

Farmers Lager is a ‘Münchner Helles’ styled lager, a traditional Munich beer. This beer is light on the palate with a crisp, slightly dry but pleasant finish.  A real drinking beer!

This particular beer traces its’ roots back to the Farmers Brewery which operated in Hattingspruit, Kwa-Zula Natal.

Farmers Lager is an ode to South African farmers & celebrates the role of farming in South Africa.

±-4,4% Alcohol

Approx. 23 Bitter Units

SKU: BE021001
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2447

Dunkel

Beer Story

This Dark Coloured Lager (not a stout!) is appreciated for a full body of malty flavours; whilst still being refreshing and crisp to taste.

Dunkel means ‘dark’ in German; and the beer owes its’ colour and hint of coffee & caramel flavours to the roasted barley malt used in the brewing process.

The rich Malt flavours, with a hint of coffee reminded us of Africa, and it’s promise of adventure. Thus this beer is an ode to the adventurous!

± 5,0% Alcohol

approx. 25 bitter units

SKU: BE021002
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2452

Dunkel

Beer Story

This Dark Coloured Lager (not a stout!) is appreciated for a full body of malty flavours; whilst still being refreshing and crisp to taste.

Dunkel means ‘dark’ in German; and the beer owes its’ colour and hint of coffee & caramel flavours to the roasted barley malt used in the brewing process.

The rich Malt flavours, with a hint of coffee reminded us of Africa, and it’s promise of adventure. Thus this beer is an ode to the adventurous!

± 5,0% Alcohol

approx. 25 bitter units

SKU: BE021002
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2452

Märzen

Beer Story

This amber coloured lager is a traditional festival beer enjoyed in large quantities at the Oktoberfest in Munich.

In years before refrigeration was available, this beer was brewed in the month of March (März in German) at the end of the brewing season. At this point, brewers took whatever malts they had left and created a beer with complex flavours.

To make sure it lasted until the Oktoberfest, the beer needed a slightly higher alcohol content.

approx. 5,0 % Alcohol

approx. 24 bitter units

SKU: BE021003
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2456

Märzen

Beer Story

This amber coloured lager is a traditional festival beer enjoyed in large quantities at the Oktoberfest in Munich.

In years before refrigeration was available, this beer was brewed in the month of March (März in German) at the end of the brewing season. At this point, brewers took whatever malts they had left and created a beer with complex flavours.

To make sure it lasted until the Oktoberfest, the beer needed a slightly higher alcohol content.

approx. 5,0 % Alcohol

approx. 24 bitter units

SKU: BE021003
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2456

Weizen

Beer Story

Made from a mix of Wheat & Barley Malt, this typical Bavarian Ale offers a unique combination of  tropical & spicy flavours.

Weizen is a top fermenting beer,  very lively and less bitter than a lager which produces a full, grainy flavour which is best enjoyed in a Weizen glass.

When pouring a Weizen into a glass, swirl the last few drops around to dissolve the yeast at the base. This increases the cloudiness, as is typical in a Hefeweizen.

± 4, 5% Alcohol

Low bittering

SKU: BE021003
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2456

Weizen

Beer Story

Made from a mix of Wheat & Barley Malt, this typical Bavarian Ale offers a unique combination of  tropical & spicy flavours.

Weizen is a top fermenting beer,  very lively and less bitter than a lager which produces a full, grainy flavour which is best enjoyed in a Weizen glass.

When pouring a Weizen into a glass, swirl the last few drops around to dissolve the yeast at the base. This increases the cloudiness, as is typical in a Hefeweizen.

± 4, 5% Alcohol

Low bittering

SKU: BE021003
CATEGORY: 
PRODUCT ID: 2456

Seasonal Beers

We would not like to limit ourselves to only four beers. Further beers which are also on offer, either on tap or in the shop include: Kölsch, African Summer Dream (American Pale Ale) & Bockbier.

African Summer Dream

Beer Story

This hoppy beer is brewed to the style of an American Pale Ale, but with only South African ingredients. The hops variety used, named African Queen, brings forth a range of interesting flavours of tropical fruit. Alcohol content is approximately 4.6%.

Wholly made in South Africa (with South African ingredients); this beer is ideal to take on the African Summer. 

African Summer Dream

Beer Story

This hoppy beer is brewed to the style of an American Pale Ale, but with only South African ingredients. The hops variety used, named African Queen, brings forth a range of interesting flavours of tropical fruit. Alcohol content is approximately 4.6%.

Wholly made in South Africa (with South African ingredients); this beer is ideal to take on the African Summer. 

Kölsch (styled beer)

Beer Story

It is said that to be named a true Kölsch, this beer should be brewed within sight distance of the vast Cologne cathedral. Well, we’ve seen it in pictures.

This hybrid beer from Köln is technically an ale. It is brewed using German ale yeast, yet is fermented at Lager temperatures. Brauhaus culture in Köln dictates that the beer be served fresh & fast in small glasses called flutes… to counter our African heat we follow this unwritten rule with a twist: order your Kölsch by the meter.

Our Kölsch is unfiltered, alcohol content typically 4.5%.

Kölsch (styled beer)

Beer Story

It is said that to be named a true Kölsch, this beer should be brewed within sight distance of the vast Cologne cathedral. Well, we’ve seen it in pictures.

This hybrid beer from Köln is technically an ale. It is brewed using German ale yeast, yet is fermented at Lager temperatures. Brauhaus culture in Köln dictates that the beer be served fresh & fast in small glasses called flutes… to counter our African heat we follow this unwritten rule with a twist: order your Kölsch by the meter.

Our Kölsch is unfiltered, alcohol content typically 4.5%.

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