Dark amber-brown with a warm, rich, inviting aroma. A satisfying malty experience with coffee-ish tones and surprising complexity for such an inviting beer.
Pairing: Pasta with meat sauce, potato dumplings, choucroute Aying, assorted delicatessen, freshly baked bread, egg rolls, spring rolls, salmon sausage.
Translated to English, the name literally means "Old Bavarian Dark Beer." This is the most traditional style of beer in Bavaria. Before light beers were introduced from the big cities, most village beer — like most village bread — was dark, toasty and flavorful.