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Schwarzbier, or black [[beer]], is a dark [[lager]] made in Germany. They tend to have an opaque, black color with hints of chocolate or coffee flavors, and are generally around 5% [[ABV]]. They are similar to [[stout]] in that they are made from roasted [[malt]], which gives them their dark color.
Schwarzbier, or black [[beer]], is a dark [[lager]] made in Germany. They tend to have an opaque, black color with hints of chocolate or coffee flavors, and are generally around 5% [[ABV]]. They are similar to [[stout]] in that they are made from roasted [[malt]], which gives them their dark color.


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Latest revision as of 22:59, 9 November 2017

Schwarzbier

Schwarzbier, or black beer, is a dark lager made in Germany. They tend to have an opaque, black color with hints of chocolate or coffee flavors, and are generally around 5% ABV. They are similar to stout in that they are made from roasted malt, which gives them their dark color.