APPLE CART

A CIDER FOR GROWN-UPS

We had this fruity idea of crafting an apple cider that actually tastes of apples, instead of sugar and alkohol. So we went easy on the sweet stuff, left some room for character and topped the cart off with some Citra- and Cascade hops. A semi-dry apple cider with mature aroma and a touch of bitterness that didn’t fall too far from the beer.

Taste:

A medium dry apple cider with notes of hops.

Master Brewer:

Rhys

Type:

Cider with a dry hopped character

Hops:

Citra- and Cascade

Malts:

OE:

ABV:

0,0% and 4,5%

Ideal With:

Serve:

Cold 6-8˚C.

HIGH WHEELER

WHAT HAS TWO WHEELS AND A CITRUSY CHARACTER?

No, not your grandma in a sour mood. We’re talking about our new lager, The High Wheeler. As the wheels would suggest, it’s big on taste and low on alcohol. It’ll take you on a smooth ride from citrus to apricots to a bready maltiness finish. So hop on the High Wheeler, let go of the handle bars and live a little!

Taste:

A typical hop forward modern lager with notes of citrus and apricots in combination with a balanced bready maltiness.

Master Brewer:

Wolfgang

Type:

Modern Non-Alcoholic Lager

Hops:

Malts:

OE:

OE: 5,3 EBC: 9 IBU: 27

ABV:

0,5 %

Ideal With:

Fish and chips, whilst taking your high wheeler for an afternoon spin in the park.

Serve:

Cold 6-8°C

HOME RUN

An APA Scored by O’Learys’ Staff?

We loaded the bases with four of the most beer-skilled barmen and women in all of O’Learys, then, together with our Brewers in the Backyard, we let them brew the beer of their choice.
The result, Backyard Home Run APA, is a tasty yet drinkable all-round American Pale Ale. Tailored to go as well with the entire O’Learys menu as with animated discussions over any referee call against your favourite team.

Only at your local O’Learys!

Taste:

The fresh nose, dominated by American hops and notes of apricot and citrus, complimented by a robust, yet balanced, body with hints of grapefruit, caramel and a spicy yeast character.

Master Brewer:

Wolfgang

Type:

Light Amber Pale Ale

Hops:

Malts:

OE:

ABV:

Ideal With:

O’Learys’ burgers, wings or an entire Grand Slam Meal!

Serve:

Queen of Hops

Who is the Queen of Hops?

Or rather what… or which? Hops that is. Which is the Queen? In our humble opinion it’s Cascade, who sort of started the whole new pale ale movement. That’s why we’ve dry hopped this beer with Cascade, to get that characteristic grapefruity, citrusy aroma.
But that’s not the thing here. It’s rather that we’ve brewed a modern style IPA (India Pale Ale) to modest 3,5% ABV. So you can enjoy a fruity and flowery ale from your local grocery-store. Whenever it suits you. In America such a beer is called a session beer.
So let’s stick to that. Queen of Hops is a Session IPA. Hopped with Cascade.

Taste:

Top fermented and hopped with cascade for that fruity, citrusy character.

Master Brewer:

Daniel

Type:

Session IPA

Hops:

Cascade

Malts:

Pilsner and Caramel

OE:

OE: 8,6 EBC: 16 IBU: 21

ABV:

3,5%

Ideal With:

Fried and salty food as well as Asian or Mexican cuisine, not to mention those social board game evenings

Serve:

Cool 8-12˚C

The Leaky Bucket

What is a Modern Pre-Prohibition Style Folköl?

In the modern world of brewing there’s a lot of talk about the beers predating the American prohibition era. A time before the point when American lagers were defined by the word “light”. When beers were malty, and full bodied, with a refreshing bitterness. That’s the kind of beer we’ve brewed, but to modest 3,5% ABV (the highest allowed strength of the Swedish “peoples beer” or “folköl”). And we’ve added a modern hop character to it., to get that hoppy nose…
That’s what we call a Modern Pre-Prohibition Style Folköl
Oh… You wonder why it’s called The Leaky Bucket? Well… anyone who has had a couple of folköls knows…

Taste:

A malty body combined with a hop charged floral aroma to deliver a highly drinkable modern pre-prohibition style folköl.

Master Brewer:

Daniel

Type:

Pre-Prohibition Style Lager

Hops:

Zeus, Cascade, Amarillo

Malts:

Pilsner, Münchner, Caramel

OE:

OE: 8,9 EBC: 12 IBU: 28

ABV:

3,5%

Ideal With:

Sausages and burgers. And for taking a break from trying to fix that ever leaking bucket.

Serve:

Cold 4-7˚C

THE LAWNMOWER

Loud Noisy Taste - Yet Refreshingly Sessionable

It’s fiercly bitter thanks to generous amounts of zeus, cascade and amarillo hops. But the bitterness is balanced by a large amber red body built by pilsener, caramel and münchener malts. The result is a beer that is interesting, but won’t wear out your taste buds. That’s ”sessionability”.

Taste:

The Lawn Mover has a loud noisy body combined with a fresh hoppiness making it refreshingly sessionable.

Master Brewer:

Daniel

Type:

Amber Light

Hops:

Zeus, Cascade, Amarillo

Malts:

Pilsner, Münchner, Caramel

OE:

:11,5 EBC: 21 IBU:31

ABV:

4.8%

Ideal With:

Salty food

Serve:

cold

BOMBLE BEE 17

Bomble Bee 17 turned out pretty much how we wanted a pilsener style lager from our backyard brewery to be. Golden colour and a pearly white head. Elegant dry body and a refreshing bitterness. But then, while lagering, our brewmaster chose to bombard the brew with hops to give the beer its final profile. Grassy Saaz battling Flowery Willamette for your nose’s attention. We call it a Hop-Struck Pilsener.

Taste:

Bomble Bee 17 combines the elegance and drinkability of a pilsener with the charged floral nose of a dry hopped lager.

Master Brewer:

Daniel

Type:

Dry Hopped Pilsener

Hops:

Saaz vs. Willamette

Malts:

Pilsner and Caramel

OE:

11,3 EBC: 16 IBU:33

ABV:

4.7%

Ideal With:

Fish, meat, sausages, veggies... anything really.

Serve:

Fridge cold