Brohyan Premium ( Germany )

From Gilde Brewery in Hanover, Germany.

Broyhan Beer
The history of Broyhan Beer starts in Hanover; a city renowned throughout northern Germany for its unique beer flavor. Broyhan Beer was a top-fermented pale wheat beer, similar to Leipziger Gose or Berliner Weisse. This style was invented by Cord Broyhan in 1526, while working at The Gilde Brewery. Like most of the north German styles of the time, it was overshadowed by a combination of the Reinheitsgebot and the introduction of lager. Gilde continued to brew Broyhan Beer, though at first it was just another pale lager, beer-drinkers soon discovered the smooth, distinct taste.

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