Airways brewing releases this year's Biergarten Kellerbier.

Beer Release – Biergarten Kellerbier, from Airways Brewing

 

One of their favorites? One of my favorites! Airways Brewing just announced the release of this year’s Biergarten Kellerbier. Here are the details about the beer and its availability, straight from the brewery.

BIERGARTEN KELLERBIER: One of our favorites makes its return today – and, for the first time, it’s also in cans. Our Biergarten Kellerbier is designed after the amazingly drinkable beers we’ve enjoyed in the outdoor beer gardens (Kellers) in the Franconian-region of Bavaria. It’s brewed with all-German ingredients, naturally carbonated and lagered for six weeks to develop its smooth, balanced flavors.

We love serving this in our Bistro Beer Garden to our spring and summer guests and, while we look forward to being able to do that again, for now you can enjoy it for take-away in crowlers, growlers and 4-packs. 5.2%.

 

2 comments

    1. Yes, keller means cellar. Bierkeller (beer cellar) is also a term used to refer to a particular kind of place to drink beer. I am most certain the person who brewed this beer and named this beer is very much aware of this and a lot more when it comes to drinking and beer and Germany.

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