Benno

Style: Trappist Farmhouse Style Ale
Trappist Monastery Stift Engelszell, Engelhartszell, Austria

Named after Abbot Benno Stumpf who arrived at St.Engelszell after being expelled from Abbey Mariastern during World War II.

Under his leadership Stift Engelszell renovated its buildings and church which was built in the mid 18th century in a Rococo Style.

With an intense red shimmer, Benno is reminiscent of a sunny autumn day in the Danube Valley. There is a compact foam head that releases warm malt aromas.

Malts used are Pilsner Malt and Caramalt.
Hops used are Mühlviertler Spalter Select, Mühlviertler Aurora, Alsacian Strisser Spalter.

Primary Fermentation Yeast: Saison Ale Yeast
Secondary Fermentation Yeast: Alsacian Wine Yeast

Benno
Alc./Vol.: 7.2


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