History of Rothaus Low Alcohol Beer
Founded by Benedictine Monks in 1791 at the 'Inn of the Red House', and surrounded by 5,000 square miles of the Black Forest is the Badische Staatsbrauerei. One of only two state owned breweries, and home of Rothaus Beer.
The brewery has survived two fires, one revolution and two World Wars! It's now owned and operated by the State of Baden-Württemberg, who take great pride in their philosophy of producing exceptional beer with the best ingredients available, without comprising in the slightest on quality.
Considered one of Germany’s finest beers, Rothaus is appreciated by an ever increasing number of connoisseurs around the world. In an age of high output mass production, Rothaus maintains tradition in the art of brewing, whilst utilising the latest technology to produce beers of outstanding purity and quality.
Rothaus Low Alcohol Beer is made from pure mountain spring water, organic malt, hops and yeast. Unpasteurised and matured in deep granite caverns the end result is a beer that is clean, crisp and incredibly good!
The beers are also imbued with a very high hop content, so a full, rounded taste is achieved.
More info please visit www.blackforestbeers.co.uk
Dry Drinker tip: Best served ice-cold, straight from the bottle!
*EXCLUSIVE TO DRY DRINKER: Free Rothaus Glass with every order of Rothaus Pilsner and Rothaus Wheat Beer.
*While stocks last