BOJAN Koźlak Smoked with Juniper – Rauchbock
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Koźlak is a classic style of beer, whose roots date back to the fourteenth century. The recipe of Bojan Koźlak beer consists largely of malt smoked with beech wood, which makes the beer intensely aromatic.
This version of our kid is a classic rauchbock with the addition of twigs and juniper fruits, which introduced a lot of forest accents to the bouquet of fragrances.
PRODUCENT - Bojanowo
The first mention of brewing in Bojanów dates back to 1685. In the same year, the Mielcarzy Statute was signed, approved by the sons of Stefan Bojanowski. In the statute, 27 rights and obligations of millers are listed on 11 pages. Brewers were then called Mielcarzami, from the German Malz - malt, Malzer. The document is written in German and begins with the words: "On behalf of the noble Hedwig (name illegible) I express a clear and determined will to contribute to the glorious future of the Mielecarzs from Nowy Bojanów in the year Lord 1685".