Czaar Peter

"The Russian Connection" 

Czaar Peter is a living, not pasteurized, fermented beer.
Russian Imperial Stout was originally brewed in England during the 18th century. Given the frosty sea transport a beer was brewed with high alcohol content. The origin of this Russian Imperial Stout is located in Zaandam. For this we go back to the year 1697. It is in this year that Tsar Peter I in Zaandam lived and worked as a carpenter. To emphasize the Russian-Dutch relationship, we enriched the beer with Tsar Peter 'Zaanse Cocoa. The introduction of this beer took place at the Russian embassy in the Hague.

Taste Description
Aroma, fragrance Roasted, light caramel, walnuts.
Main links Coffee, bitter chocolate, currants.
Mouth Feeling Sticky, slightly burning, alcohol warmend.
Aftertaste Cocoa, roasted, caramel, in a nice balance.
Comments None.

Technical Data
Beer Type Russian Imperial Stout with cocoa.
Commodities Water, Caramünich, Pils, Chocolate, and Black Malt, Challenger hopkorrels, Cocoa and Yeast.
Fermentation Fermented, not pasteurized and secondary fermentation in the bottle.
Stam Wort 17.7 ° Plato
Alcohol Ca. 8.5 Vol. %
Residual sugars Medium to fairly great.
Color Ca. EBC 125 (very dark brown, red hues)
Bitterness Ca. 35 EBU.


Bronze Award Australian International Beer Awards 2009