Opaque beer with a nice creamy mouthfeel and alot of hops!
Full flavored Schwarzbier featuring a Munich and Caramel Malt backbone with a touch of Chocolate Malt.
Delicious, easy to brew and made with a top-cropping yeast suited for harvesting (and re-use)so you can brew it again with the same yeast.
Briess Technical Services Manager Bob Hansen developed this tribute to our new Bitterless Black Malt noting, "The Midnight Wheat Malt adds an exceptionally smooth, non-bitter, dry roasted note to this stout."
Two unique malts—Briess Midnight Wheat and Briess Goldpils® Vienna—are united with a classic Bavarian yeast to produce a deceptively dark Dunkelweizen with a flavor profile true to its stylistic roots.
There is something unique about a good Schwarzbier. It's smooth, sensual, and dark but not bitter. This recipe strives for perfect balance in this black lager. Don't let the color fool you, this beer shouldn't be harsh or heavy, but a bready and toasted cleanly finished lager.
White Labs Hefeweizen IV yeast strain gives this dunkelweizen an evident clove character with an exceptionally crisp finish subtly balanced malty and dark roasted flavors.
This unique beer style displays an ebony color in a traditional Belgian White beer. The yeast and spice flavors remain forefront with a crisp finish imparted by Midnight Wheat Malt.
Dark ale fermented with a Flemish sour blend of Saccharomyces yeast, Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus, and Pediococcus; resulting in a complex, dark stone fruit character.
This collaboration beer was brewed on Sierra Nevada's 10 BBL pilot brewery in Chico, CA for the 2011 Craft Brewers Conference in San Francisco. This "steam" style hybrid beer was a nod to the rich brewing heritage at Anchor Brewing Co. though with a twist by darkening up this style with Midnight Wheat malt.