Food pairing at Brło’s with Berliner Weisses from Berlin breweries
Enjoy combining Berliner Weisses from Berlin breweries – Berliner Berg, Brło, Lemke and Schneeeule – with food from Brło Brwhouse. A very special type of cuisine, awarded 12 points by the Gault-Millau restaurant guide.
This is how Brło describes the gastronomic concept:
“We have cast vegetables in the starring role. Fermented, smoked, dehydrated or fried. This is the vision of chef & M.D. Ben Pommer, implemented by our head chef Thorsten Einicke. Both demonstrate with each dish the versatility, complexity and array of flavour which vegetables are capable of producing, showing us that vegetables need not be relegated to the periphery and are more than capable of holding their own. Meat lovers need not be concerned, though, as we do also offer a beautiful selection of regional meats which are cooked to perfection in our smoker.”
Often there is a large gap between a restaurant’s own description and the actual quality of the food. Here, however, ambition and reality are in conformance. Brewhouse cuisine at its finest.
The Brło team will make recommendations for food and beer pairings.
The host’s beer:
Brlo: Brut of Roses
Hand-picked Oregon rose hips and hibiscus petals impart a roseate hue and floral redolence while Champagne yeast crowns off our pink love affair, lending hallmark dryness to our faux-sé.
Berliner Berg: Schiller Weisse
The Berliner Weiße Gipfel pays tribute to the great style stemming from our city of Berlin, so accordingly, this year we brewed something pretty special for the festivities!
Our Schiller-Weisse showcases our Kopfstraße house culture in a delicate and balanced form. Light acidity pairs with complexity achieved through a multifaceted fermentation of various strains of Lactobacillus bacteria alongside several Saccharomyces and Brettanomyces yeast strains.
Nuances of white grapes coupled with lime zest, soft malt and light floral bouquets all aid to make our Schiller-Weiße the perfect beer to celebrate our Berliner beer tradition with!
Lemke: Budike Weisse:
A Berliner Weisse made by a traditional recipe; fermented with lactic acid bacteria and Brettanomyces yeasts. It smells of French cider and apple juice; the first taste impression reminds of ground Boskoop apples. The second gulp reveals additional tastes of orange and citrus notes, melon, cucumber, dill and mustard seed. Initially sweet, then slightly sourish – the beer finishes on harmonious and round notes – a truly wonderfully complex taste to be experienced.
Schneeeule: „Scharfe Irmi” is the chilli version of our Irmgard Weisse. Berliner Weisse with 1 KG fresh ginger per HL, without hops, but fermented with pomegranate, orange and lemon peel and lots of fresh habanero chilis. Sour, spicy hot and fizzy.