What is it about the smell and crackle of burning wood that set the spirit ablaze? The combination of oak-smoked malts, noble hops and intense carbonation brought the popularity of "Polish Champagne" to a fever pitch in the 19th century before the fall-out of the World Wars and Soviet communism led to its ultimate demise in the early 1990s.
Our modern Grodziskie tempers the intensity of oak smoke with the addition of malted wheat. Perle hops permeate floral notes and a flicker of bitterness for a balanced ale that drinks a bit like fire-kissed pilsner to feed your primal side.
TIP: If your taste buds are in shock at first, give it another try or two or three to acclimate them to a smoky brew. At 3.2% ABV, who's counting, anyway? Show Less