A little too much the first day, so I took it a bit easier -- at least at the start.
I headed over to Fässla for an early dinner.
They have two beers on draft at the brewery, Gold-Pils and Lagerbier. The Pils is my go-to beer there, for for many it is the Lagerbier...
I had to wait a bit for the dinner menu. I started with a Zucchini-Mushroom soup. An interesting combination that was very good,
Main course was roast pork in a mushroom sauce with Kloss (a/k/a starch Tennis balls).
After a couple of Pils I gave the Lagerbier a try, Sometimes it has a bit too much diacetyl (which can give it a buttery flavor) but this one didn't. A nice beer but I still prefer the Pils.
Trying to pace myself a bit, I started with their Sterla, and amber unfiltered lager.
Then it was time for the Josphi Bock. This is a dangerous beer -- you can't really notice the alcohol, but it is there.
|Keesmann Josephi Bock|
Self control went out the window and I had a second. If I had been sitting I might have had a third.
On the way home Schlenkerla was still open, so I had to check that the Märzen was still in top form. It was.