An ancient Norwegian recipe with smoke malt. A British dry ale yeast is used, which makes this beer kind of an oddity. Really traditional on one hand, but not so much on the other. The malting is done on a nearby farm. Alstadtberger has a distinct alderwood-smoked flavor following kilning on an open fire, balanced with a good caramel sweetness and a rich malt body.
12-1-16.9 oz bottle