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BJCP 2015 Guideline

Historical Beer Piwo Grodziskie

BJCP 27A

BJCP 2015 27A Piwo Grodziskie example
27A - Piwo Grodziskie

 

Overall Impression

A low-gravity, highly-carbonated, light-bodied ale combining an oak-smoked flavor with a clean hop bitterness. Highly sessionable.

Comments

Pronounced in English as "pivo grow-JEES-kee-uh" (meaning: Grodzisk beer). Known as Grätzer (pronounced "GRATE-sir") in German-speaking countries, and in some beer literature. Traditionally made using a multi-step mash, a long boil (~2 hours), and multiple strains of ale yeast. The beer is never filtered but Isinglass is used to clarify before bottle conditioning. Traditionally served in tall conical glassware to accommodate the vigorous foam stand.

Commercial Examples

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VITAL

  • OG:  1028 - 1032
  • FG:  1006 - 1012
  • ABV: 2.5 - 3.3
  • IBU: 20 - 35
  • SRM: 3 - 6
BJCP 2015 27A - Piwo Grodziskie Commercial Example
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