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Brauhausplatz 1
D-15898 Neuzelle
Telephone: +49 (0)33652 / 810-0
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Opened: 1588

Contributor: Mario Kornmesser

A German court ruled in 2005 that the Klosterbrauerei Neuzelle brewery cancontinue to add sugar syrup to its beer and call the product a beer.

Updated: April 28, 2024

Beer List

  • 8.10% abv.

  • 5.00% abv.

  • 1.80% abv.

  • 7.20% abv.

  • 4.80% abv.

  • 4.80% abv.

  • 4.80% abv.

  • 5.20% abv.
    • Date: August 2, 2003 (#4986)
      Package: bottled
      Place: from the brewery
      Score: 18 points
      Overall Impression (3)
      Black. Big dense head. Richly malty aroma. Light body. Big dark malty flavor with a nice touch of roastiness. Hint of noble hop flavor at the end. Thanks to Bryce Hinsch for the sample!

  • German-Style Pilsener
    4.80% abv.

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    Baltic-Style Porter
    7.10% abv.
    • Date: January 5, 2007 (#6255)
      Package: bottled
      Place: Beertopia, Omaha NE
      Score: 15 points
      Appearance (3)
      Black. Low tight head.
      Aroma (3)
      Smoky. Chocolatey. Really smoky.
      Mouthfeel (7)
      Surprisingly light body. Very low carbonation. Huge chocolate flavor. No alcohol character. Sweet.
      Overall Impression (2)
      Tasty, but not as assertive nor complex as a typical Baltic Porter.

  • European-Style Dark/Münchner Dunkel
    5.40% abv.

  • German-Style Pilsener
    5.10% abv.

  • German-Style Strong Doppelbock
    7.00% abv.

  • German-Style Schwarzbier
    3.90% abv.
    • Date: February 12, 2003 (#4679)
      Package: bottled
      Place: Woodman's Food Market #20, Green Bay WI
      Score: 15½ points
      Overall Impression (3)
      Black-brown, low bubbly head. Smells roasty and sweet. Light body. Intense dark sweetness, like dark malt syrup (but not at all syrupy). Mildly roasty at the end, but mainly black, malty, and very sweet.

  • German-Style Pilsener
    4.80% abv.

  • German-Style Pilsener

  • German-Style Pilsener
    4.90% abv.