It's not dead, but Gratzer is definitely a long-buried style from Poland. And together with 3Floyds we have unearthed the best of beer zombies. Full of bold flavors from oak-smoked wheat, and along with Midnight Wheat, this beer presents a pure black pour. A subtle, spicy note from the Polish Lublin hops hides in the aroma, just below the dark and smoky surface. Despite all appearances, the Gratzer is very drinkable at 4.5% ABV, and walks itself with a nice, light body. Cheers to drinking smoky, undead beers. Prost!
Home to the first Belgian-style beers brewed in the United States, and also America’s first wind-powered brewery, New Belgium Brewing Company grew out of the basement of Jeff Lebesch and Kim Jordan. Now the third-largest craft brewery in the country, New Belgium dedicates itself to producing world-class beers.