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Schlenkerla
Franconie

Wikipedia:

Schlenkerla is a famous old brewery and tavern in Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany. It is known for its smoked beer which is called "Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier" ("real Schlenkerla smoked beer"). It is a strong, darkish beer with a slightly smokey taste which is rather like bacon. The alcohol content is 5.1%. There is another speciality which is called "Urbock" ("Ur" means "original" and "Bock" is actually a male goat). The Urbock is stronger: 6.5% alcohol and is only served in the season known as the "Starkbierzeit" ("Strong beer time") which is from October to 6 January. The beer is served from oak barrels. This is a very old tradition which is not often found nowadays.


It is said that the invention of smoked beer came about because one day the brewery caught fire and, after the fire was put out, the beer had a smokey taste. People liked it and decided to make it like that. No one knows whether this story is true.

 

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Copyright: Jan Koehn
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Taken: 10/03/2012
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Mis à jour: 04/04/2015
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Tags: bamberg; beer; city; outdoors; pub
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More About Franconie

Wikipedia: La Franconie (en allemand Franken) est une région géographique et historique du centre-sud de l'Allemagne. Depuis 1815, elle est annexée à la Bavière, dont elle représente aujourd'hui environ les 2/5 nord du territoire. Elle rassemble aujourd'hui 3 des 7 circonscriptions administratives (Regierungsbezirke) bavaroises : Moyenne-Franconie (Mittelfranken), Basse-Franconie (Unterfranken) et Haute-Franconie (Oberfranken).