Characteristics

Amber, mild spicy beer, made from an old, traditional brewing recipe and bottled in the quaint 0,5l bottle

Particularity

Namesake, Kaiser Heinrich ll, is shown as representative of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bamberg in the Coat of Arms of the Alten Freyung house in Zeil am Main, Germany.

Original extract:

12,5 weight percentage


Alcohol content:

5,2 percent by volume

Ingredients

Brewing water, barley malt, hops

Awards

DLG-Gold 2015

Kaiser Heinrich raw materials

In 1007 the Patron saints of the diocese, Kaiser Heinrich ll and his wife Mrs. Kunigunde, receive the foundation of the diocese Bamberg. Kaiser Heinrich and his wife also established the cathedral ordained on 6 May 1012, the birthday of Henry II. In 1524 the diocese Bamberg bestowed and fully licensed the “Alten Freyung” Royal Brewery. In commemoration of the foundation of the diocese the imperial couple adorn since then the coat of arms of the brewery.
To the 1000th anniversary the Göller Brauerei prove their respect to its founders by creating a new beer specialty, ‘Kaiser Heinrich Urstoff “. A bright, mild spicy beer, made from an old, traditional brewing recipe and bottled in the traditional 0.5-liter bottle.

When one thinks of beer, one thinks first about it as the classic final product. A beverage ready for consumption.

Beer is, however, used as a raw material for a long time. The most famous example is the batter.

For us it is important that the beer is not flavored or perverted in any of its original characteristics.

We consider the beer as a raw material and we use it thus to produce a new beverage.