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Rock and brew dog menu: the most rock-infused craft beer on the planet

There are certn beers that are synonymous with a region or nation. For instance, when I was younger, my dad and I would drink Heineken when we visited Austria. When I was a student in New York, I’d drink Pabst Blue Ribbon. As an adult, when I visited my parents in Germany, I would drink beer that came in a can, usually a dunkel. But perhaps my favorite beer in the world is one that I can’t seem to find anywhere, so I’m starting my own: Kölsch from Cologne, Germany.

To celebrate the arrival of summer, I’ve put together a menu of the most rock-infused craft beer on the planet. In every case, I can find it on draught (or in a can) at the nearest bottle shop (or liquor store, or taproom) here in Australia. These beers were chosen because of their distinctive, and often unique, taste, as well as their ability to pr with an incredible variety of foods.

As always, if you’d like to see more, you can check out the rest of my posts on this topic.

I’ve also included beers from around the world, where rock influences have become part of the brewing process.


The kölsch, a light, crisp beer from Cologne, is one of my absolute favourites. The process of brewing kölsch is similar to that of a lager. The key difference is that the kölsch is brewed with lager yeast, which means the resulting beer has a slightly sour taste. In this respect, it’s a lot like a hefeweizen, and is great with food. I find that it prs especially well with sausages and rinds. As with other lagers, it’s not too heavy for a hot summer’s day, though it doesn’t have the refreshing crispness of the ale. It’s also a fantastic beer to try while watching the rugby.

Batch #16

Batch #2

Aroma: citrus with a touch of salt

Body: medium to light in body

Character: light sourness

Goes well with: sausages and cheese

Brewed by: Schramm’s Beer

Country: Germany

Kölsch from Schramm’s is a lager that has been brewed since 1878. The beer is made with the help of a traditional kölsch yeast that produces a sour-sweet taste, which helps to balance the lager’s bitterness.


Kvannskål is a very popular beer in Norway. It’s the third most consumed beer in Norway, which makes it the beer that Norwegians eat with the most. It’s made with barley, hops and lager yeast, and is avlable in a variety of styles. In my mind, there is no better Norwegian lager to be had than Kvannskål.

Norwegian lager, or lagerkorn, is typically served in a tall glass in the shape of a boat, and is made by mixing the lager in the vessel with a bit of water. The result is a smooth and creamy drink, and I’ve had it served both cold and warm. A couple of years ago, I had it with a fried smeltsjokolade.

Aroma: crisp and fresh

Body: medium to light

Character: citrus

Goes well with: fried smeltsjokolade

Brewed by: Kvannskål A/S

Country: Norway

Kvannskål is made from barley, hops and lager yeast. Its unique flavour is made possible by the traditional brewing technique, where the beer is brewed and left to ferment in a wooden vessel.


Bock is a strong beer, with a distinctive aroma and flavour, and is typically served at about 3.5% alcohol by volume (abv). The traditional German style was often served on New Years’ and in times of drought, and so it was important for brewers to be able to produce the strong alcohol content. Bock can be described as a pale lager with a slightly sweet taste, and has a light caramel malt aroma. As with lagers, it is unfiltered, so there are no hops in it.

Aroma: slightly sweet

Body: medium to light in body

Character: light malt flavour

Goes well with: dark meats

Brewed by: St. Pauli-Brewery GmbH

Country: Germany

The traditional Bavarian style of bock is very well suited to summer. It’s light and easy to drink, and prs well with dark meat dishes. My personal favourite is the bock-weizen: a weizenbock with heaps of banana and clove. It’s also avlable in cans, so you can try it in a can!

Batch #13

Batch #14

Aroma: banana with clove

Body: medium to heavy

Character: banana

Goes well with: meat, seafood, curry, fruit

Brewed by: St. Pauli-Brewery GmbH

Country: Germany

In the bock weizen, a traditional beer in Bavaria, the alcohol content is lower than in bock, and the beer is brewed with wheat, rather than barley. When combined with bananas, cloves and clove-flavoured yeast, the result is a really special beer.


Schwarzbier (or Schwarzbier) is a black lager from the German town of Schwarzenberg. It’s dark, with a hint of roast.

Watch the video: Brew Dog Punk AF. Weekend Beer Menu (May 2022).


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