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Our Brews

At SBC we believes in creating quality brands that require brewer’s precision, consistency and adherence to the Reinheitsgebot . It is this combination of creative passion and tradition that we believe makes our beers of such outstanding quality. From seasonal beers to celebration brews, we invite you to taste our selection of craft beers.

Märzen

Tasting notes

A classic German beer style, characterised by its malty, toasted character and just the right hint of sweetness. An ideal summer beer.

ABV: 5.8% | OG: 3 | IBU: 3 | Hop: Perle

 

History of Märzen

Märzen, a classic German beer style dating back to 1842, is characterised by its malty, toasted character and just the right hint of sweetness. Directly translated, Märzen means March and can be attributed to the month in which this stronger lager was traditionally brewed and then aged in wooden casks in cool cellars and caves for savouring throughout the summer months while brewing was prohibited as a means of refrigeration had not been discovered yet.

Helles

Tasting notes

A refreshing, straw-blonde beer with a mildly malt-accented character, dry finish and a lingering note of hops.

ABV: 5.2% | OG:  2 | IBU: 2.5 | Hop: Perle

History of Helles

This refreshing, straw-blonde Helles with its mildly malt-accented character, dry finish and a lingering note of hops is a beer style that was first brewed in Bavaria in 1894, with the first casks being released by the Spartan Brewery in Munich on the 21st March . It was crafted as a competitor to the popular Pilsner beer originating from neighbouring Bohemia (Czech Republic) and the name “Helles” refers to the light colour of the beer as it was believed that beer could not get much paler in colour.

Weissbier

Tasting notes

The signature fruity palate and aroma, with notes of vanilla and clove, can be attributed exclusively to the special Weissbier yeast strain used for fermentation.

 

History of Weissbier

This typical Bavarian beer style is believed to date as far back as the Bronze Age. It is also referred to as “Weizenbier” or “Hefeweizen” and is always savoured unfiltered. The signature fruity palate and aroma, with notes of vanilla and clove, can be attributed exclusively to the special Weissbier yeast strain used for fermentation.

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