Rieder Honey Beer
Over the course of research into Germanic drinking horns, it was discovered that Germanic tribes added honey to the beer they brewed from emmer wheat and barley (based on mead). In the Middle Ages (before the discovery of hops for brewing), honey beer could be preserved for longer, as honey contains natural preservatives transferred by the bees.
An arresting full-bodied beer in combination with honey. A subtle, rather unobtrusive note of hops blends with a finish that offers a lingering aroma of warming honey.