Rothaus Pils Tannenzapfle

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Rothaus Pils Tannenzapfle is a pilsner from the Rothaus brewhouse in the village of Grafenhausen in the southern Black Forest. The brewery uses only regional ingredients including hops from neighbouring Tettnang and Hallertau. One of Germany’s most successful breweries. Rothaus is often referred to as ‘The original Black Forest beer’. Powerful and lively, Rothaus Pils Tannenzapfle pours a light, golden yellow colour, crowned with fine foam. Aromas of Black Forest meadow herbs greet the nose while on the palate, the brew offers hop bitterness and malt sweetness. Buy Rothaus Pils Tannenzapfle for an authentic and characterful Black Forest original.

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  1. Keith Osborne

    Love this beer. The best I’ve found while travelling around Germany.

  2. Steven Allen

    Quite a chalky taste with lots of hopps, it worked for me as a slow sipping beer, but found it quite intense, would probably worked better with a curry. If you’re looking for a strong flavoured lager, this could be for you, not something I’m crazy about.

  3. Stujago

    A bitter pilsener with a malty/grainy background. Similar to Jever. Very nice. Fizz is spicy on the tongue.

  4. Steve Hawkins

    Sweet on the nose. Bittersweet flavour when sipped. A bit of honey is there. The finish is bold, but brief.

  5. Johanna Späth

    The best beer in the world brewed in the Black Forest. Hard to find in the UK so was thrilled to find it. Would be even better if the other varieties were stocked as well.

  6. Ian A

    I love this German Beer and was that impressed with my first order of it, I ordered another case.

  7. DSK

    This is a nice one aus dem Schwarzwald! I remember having this years ago during one of my many travels throughout Germany and it has always remained a favourite. It is slightly bitter-sweet, yet has a very nice depth and finish. Very enjoyable and I love the design on the label!

  8. Thomas McVeigh

    With all of the consolidation and corporate takeovers going on around the traditional German beer industry, which seems to be now producing some blander “globalised”beers this is a welcome change. A real punchy semi-sweet delight which harks back to the delicious beers I used to drink in the 80’s and to me is the real flavour of Germany. Full marks to Brauerei Rothaus and the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg for keeping to style. Incidentally, the Black Forest Single Malt Whisky from Rothaus is also very enjoyable too.

  9. Ian S

    Lovely easy drinking beer. The flavour is semi-sweet and seems stronger than it actually is. I would buy this beer again.

  10. Sean Mc

    One of my absolute favourite pilseners. Pours beautifully golden with a thick white head. Starts wonderfully floral and sweet-tasting with a hint of something bitter breaking through. This alone makes me want to travel to the Black Forest. Sink a couple of these and you could easily imagine yourself there!

  11. Al

    Top top pilsner this, sweet taste with a mild bitterness at the end. Has a long lasting white head also. Think this is a perfect summer lager, refreshing and goes down a treat.

  12. Al Paton

    Wonderful, refreshing taste; not overpowering but fresh and leaving you wanting more.

  13. Paul Boniface

    One of my favourite pilsners, easy to drink,, superb taste, an excellent summer drinking beer. Actually it’s good all year round.

  14. Paul C

    You make a decision on whether you like something right from the first taste.
    Sharp,sweet,dry and peppery,it leaves a nice bitter aftertaste.
    This is an excellent Pilsner.
    Pity they don’t appear to produce a 500ml bottle !!

  15. Maximilian Evans

    A wonderful pilsener. I would strongly recommend to anyone who enjoys German beer. A balanced fresh taste and a good strength at 5.1%. Just a shame they do not sell 50cl.

  16. william docherty

    Nice smooth tasting Pils . Best served in a small frosted glass

  17. Kris

    The classic pils – one of the best version of this type of beer that money can buy.

  18. Harry Watson

    Lovely tasting beer from the Freiburg area.

  19. Andy Nichols

    One of the Pilsners around no doubting it!

  20. Adam Harvey

    Really good lager. A nice hoppy bitterness but not overpowering. Crisp and refreshing.

  21. Bruce Livingstone

    I think this is my favourite pils – like thrusting your face into an Alpine stream. Has a slight mineral quality.

  22. Paul Massey

    This is probably the best beer I have tried in ages,nice balance of flavours,very refreshing,

  23. Jens

    Classic Pils from the Black Forest, clean, crisp, with a solid, hoppy body and brewed with very soft water. The smaller 330ml bottles ensure it stays fresh , the perfect summer drink.

  24. Steven Nicholas

    One of the more hoppy pils, tastes fresh with a medium body. A really good refreshing and tasty lager.

  25. Eamonn

    I do like beers from Rothaus brewery, there beer clean crisp and is a drink that has been around years without spoiling the taste