Brouczech DarkHell with fire of life - The only brunett among all blondes, and yes, it is different
Until 1842, all beers were dark. This is a stellar example of what our forfathers may have been drinking back then. Reddish brown in color, with a rich, foamy head and a distinctive aroma of roasted malt and Saaz hops. Although the sweetest of our beers, it still retains our typically pleasant hoppy-malty tail and it is a very enjoyable brew all around.
Best served around 56-58°F with a hefty medium rare steak.