Before creating Braukunstkeller,Alexander Himburg wasa Brew Master, and a Brew Master with a vision. Behind the scenes of his job, he was gathering ideas and creating recipes, which hebegan putting into practice in a mere 50 litres. He was a lone brewer, creating IPAs and hops, designing bottles and distributing his craft beer to to bottle shops in major cities all over Germany.
The craft beer geeksfell in love with Alexander’s beer, and demand rocketed. Since January 2013, the company has expanded exponentially from brewing50 litres to 5000 of the finest IPAs. “Why did this happen?”, we hear you ask. Well,although Germany is renowned for its beer, the quality has become diluted by mainstream, huge companies recently. People still remember what it is to drink a wonderful beer, but don’t know how to make it. So Alexander’s skills and Braukunstkeller’s craft beers – made with unique hops -tapped into those people’s memories and flooded them with IPA delights, and they lapped it up. Like the trend dictates, people aren’t looking for a great deal anymore, but rather quality produce that tastes great; it’s happening with bread, wine, meat, vodka, vegetables. And now with beer.
Today, the bold, citrus-based, aromatic flavour of Braukunstkelleris creating an international beer-buzz.Scotland, England, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium,Spain, and Germany are welcoming the craft beer with open
arms mouths. The favourite among women and menis the Amarsi IPA, which has won international awards for itsmango and orange taste. The citrus Pale Ale, grapefruit and pine-needle Laguna, and bitter Mandarina beers are the alternatives. Each tap into taste buds that probably haven’t been stimulatedin a while.
Braukunstkeller should be in your fridge, waiting to tantalise your taste buds. Head tobraukunstkeller.deto find out where you can get hold of your very own craft delight. Enjoy!