Style: Breslau-Style Dark Schoeps
You may look at the eighth installment of our resurrection series and think, “What on God’s Green Earth is a Breslau-Style Dark Schoeps?” “How do I even say that?” “Is Necromancer just making shit up now?”
That’s a good question. You have lots of good questions.
Schoeps (or Schöps) is, in fact, one of the very earliest recorded style designations – first mentioned in writing around 1550. Schoeps range in hue from straw pale to near-black, united by malt sweetness and a strong wheat presence.
Farmer’s Tan is deep brown and full-bodied with nutty, toasty malts and midnight wheat, while just enough Saphir hops and pale malts provide tasteful cover for a clean, balanced finish. Show Less