🇵🇱️ Na zdrowie, we're bringing back a fan favorite! The grätzer is a traditional beer style originating in western Poland. Once known as "Polish Champagne" for its high quality and high carbonation and exported to dozens of nations before World War II, it floundered and ultimately disappeared commercially in the early 1990s after years of neglect under the Communist regime. Interest from the homebrewing community revived the style in this century. Though grätzer was described a century ago as having an intense hop flavor, today is it known for its smokiness: The wheat malt is dried in a kiln directly by oak smoke, which gives it its smoky aroma and flavor.🇮
🇺🇸 Roasty & hop-forward, the Folk Devil is a standard Black IPA – a flavor blend of American IPA hoppiness & the big, dark malt flavors a stout. Caution: May cause a moral panic!