Ahh the 80's. A decade of great music, great films and terrible hair cuts. It was a defining era in many ways but not for beer.
One such moment came 140 years earlier when Anton Dreher and his friend Gabriel Sedlmayr travelled to Victorian Great Britain on a voyage of industrial espionage. They were intent on discovering the secrets of British brewing, and went as far as stealing beer sampes to take back to their breweries in Europe. In 1841, Vienna Lager was born.
'It Means Nothing To Me' is brewed with Hana Vienna malt, a heritage variety of barley grown in the 19th century. Using the same Zatec hops chosen by Dreher for his new lager we have revived this malty Vienna lager as our tribute to the City of Spies, Vienna.
Using a proprietary method we have been able to reduce the gluten content of this beer to less than the WHO's Codex Alimentarius determined level of 20 ppm or less of gluten. To check the test certificate for your current batch of this beer please click here.
Same Beer - No Gluten
|Cyclops Tasting Notes|
|Smell||Malty, Rich, Lemon|
|Taste||Smooth, Sweet, Malty|
|Bitterness||2.5 out of 5|
|Sweetness||4 out of 5|
|Malt||Hana Vienna Malt, Dextrin Malt|
|Hops||Czech Zatec and German Hallertau Perle|
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