Originally founded by Alsatian immigrant Louis Moritz Trautmann in 1856 who couldn’t find any beers in Catalonia to rival what he could get back home. The brewery stopped in the 1970s and was relaunched by descendents of Louis to much fanfare in 2004. Moritz has once again become the lager of Barcelona.
Big Smoke`s take on the most popular German beer style. Crisp, dry and light with enough subtle fruit character to be a real crowd pleaser. The Helles lager style is drenched in tradition but this is very much a contemporary tasting lager. At 4.7% this is a mid range premium lager that makes an impact.
Orbit Beers take on the traditional Cologne style lager. Light, crisp and fragrant. Made to a soundtrack of classic genuine unfiltered sounds on vinyl. Very easy going a true session beer! also great with light meats at a BBQ!
Ayinger Lager Hell is the typical every day drink in Bavaria. Together with wheat beer this Muenchener Hell style is the most famous beer style in the Bavarian south. As people in Bavaria are very demanding as far as their daily drink is concerned the brewers are very aware of the necessity to brew a yellow-golden beer with a light malt taste.