A Polish style beer that is typically made from oak-smoked wheat malt. It is a style that is unique to Poland. Featuring a light golden color, high carbonation, and low alcohol content. There are low to moderate levels of hop bitterness, and a strong smoke flavor and aroma. Light and crisp in taste, its sometimes referred to as Polish Champagne. Originally produced by brewers in the town of Grodzisk Wielkopolski in the 14th or 15th century, from wheat malt that was dried by circulating oak smoke through the grains.

Other names: Gratzer, Grodzisz

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