THREE BUDDIES IMPERIAL GRAFF GRODZISKIE with pressed apple juice
7 in stock
Imperial Graff Grodziskie Trzech Kumpli is a stronger version of the traditional Polish style of Grodziski beer. This unique beer combines elements of beer and cider, creating a fascinating flavor hybrid.
Grodziskie, being the only true Polish beer style, is bright, very light and brewed on smoked wheat malt. It has a characteristic focal aroma, pronounced bitterness and lively carbonation.
Imperial Graff Grodziskie Trzech Kumpli is unique both in terms of aroma and taste. In the foreground you can feel the noble, stylish, oak smoked meat. Then you can see hop notes, and when the beer warms up a little and “opens”, the aroma of red apples appears.
This beer is perfect for holiday escapades, especially those with a bonfire and baked apples. Its unique taste and aroma will enrich your experience during joint meetings by the campfire.
Imperial Graff Grodziskie Trzech Kumpli is a beer that will delight both lovers of traditional beer styles and seekers of new taste experiences.
Enjoy this unique Imperial Graff Grodziskie Trzech Kumpli, which takes you into the world of Polish brewing and provides unforgettable taste adventures. Let every sip of this beer accompany you on holiday journeys and bonfire evenings.
Imperial Graff, Fruity, Grodziskie, Light
Cascade, Chinook, Lubelski
PRODUCENT - Trzech Kumpli
Our approach is very simple. This is how we started and this is how we will always brew. Beer is always in the first place for us - it must be of the highest quality. Brewed without haste, carefully thought out and refined. Without any flaws. Exactly what we would like to drink ourselves. Our ambition is to boast world-class beer. How do we do it? First of all, we use the best quality ingredients - excellent malt, super aromatic and maximum fresh hops from the USA, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. Our yeast gets perfect conditions for a healthy, turbulent and clean fermentation, and the immaculately clean and devoid of oxygen-killing bottling completes the work. Simple, right?