Say hello to our most hoppy beer yet! Three late hop additions plus a double cold hopping give this beer a subtle bitterness with a strong aroma of tropical fruits. Plenty of wheat, oats and rye make for a juicy and hazy body. Store cold. Enjoy fresh.
Our second collaboration with BrewDog, this time brewed in Elon, Scotland. A Maibock with restrained sweetness and a little more bitterness than its classic representatives from Einbeck and Munich.
Run The Jewels × BRLO's 3rd beer Ooh La La is brimming with four different hops and a damn fruity body with notes of orange, grapefruit and pine. A West Coast IPA with an East Coast attitude. Bitter. Smooth. Golden. Shimmy, shimmy, jah!
A robust bock beer brewed with plenty of wheat malt for a stronger body and creamier taste.
The Steamworks brewing team smuggled original Canadian maple wood chips across the pond especially for this beer. This wood was then used to refine some of the malt in our smoker. Subtle smoky notes, quaffable finish, a German classic with a Canadian heart.
The first BRLO collaboration, fittingly with a brewery from the "beer capital of Poland". 200kg of freshly picked Polish strawberries give this beer its wonderful pink colour and taste reminiscent of sour strawberry jam.
Brewed by four brewers from BRLO, Pirate Brew Berlin, Hops & Barley and Bierlieb for the 2016 edition of the Berliner Braufest. A subtly salty interpretation of a Belgian Witbier.
The Pink Boots Society (PBS) has cleared the way for women in the beer industry. To honour their cooperation day, Berlin's female brewers from Brewdog, BRLO, Einbar, Lembke, Schneeeule, Vagabund and more brewed together.These Boots Are Made for Working - a hop mix chosen by PBS- paired with wheat malt & oatmeal. The result: a hoppy, aromatic, tropical beer with 6%.
After several trials with different hop varieties, malts and yeast strains, we believe we have finally achieved our goal: to brew the perfect low-alcohol, full-flavour replacement to a Radler. Half Naked is as refreshing and restorative as a walk through a flowering meadow on a summer's day. Aromas of freshly cut grass, freshly harvested hops, lime zest, dandelion and passion fruit are supported by a strong body and a short, sharp finish. Keep cool. Drink fresh.
Our West Coast IPA with 4 C hops: Citra, Cascade, Centennial and Chinook. Double cold-hopped, a strong 7% and aromas of pine, citrus and tropical fruits. The name C4PO is a tribute to our favourite droid.
Best enjoyed nicely chilled under the blazing sun. We can recommend the Wannsee lido or Venice Beach.
Brewing water, barley malt, wheat malt, hops (Citra, Cascade, Centennial and Chinook), yeast
It's rare to hear "sunny beaches" in the same sentence as Paris or Berlin, but that doesn't stop us and Brasserie du Grand Paris from bringing the tropics to you. You can expect a creamy, intense coconut aroma that surfs on a wave of Citra Cryo hops. A micro IPA with macro fun. (Remember to put lotion on.) This beer is part of the BRWFEST 2019 Collab Series.
For our beer, brewed together with Camba Bavaria from the far south-east of Germany, we used a total of four different types of malt (wheat, oats, barley, emmer) and used them to brew a light Session IPA. Perfect for the summer in Berlin!
Brewed for Collabfest 2017 together with BrewDog Berlin Mitte. An extra strong Pilsner brewed with the eponymous grain variety "Dr. Franks Grannenabwerfende Imperialgerste".
BRLO and Tiny Rebel present: "El Hefe". Old World meets New World.Our Hop Wheat is an exciting interplay of fruity yeast and tropical hops - an outrageous 25g/litre was used for this fruit bomb. A classic wheat with a New England twist.
When the hip-hop heroes of Run The Jewels join forces with BRLO, the result is a legendary pilsner: LEGEND HAS IT. With CBD hemp from Brandenburg and cold-hopped with Columbus hops, you can expect a concentrated taste of green with a crisp, fresh finish. The perfect session beer.
This Belgian Saison pays homage to the infamous Berlin winter, bringing a delicious thunderstorm to your mouth with a healthy addition of pink pepper. And at 6.5%, you can drink it for the entire 17 months of this season.
This naturally cloudy pilsner was brewed by hand in small batches especially for KaDeWe. Slender, with fine bitter and citrus notes and a typical Pils hop aroma.
This hoppy West Coast IPA with notes of pine and tangerine is the perfect beer for boring Zoom meetings. Tastes best with pyjamas down.
Life is fast and turbulent. Time to come down and drink some good beer! Hit the Silk - an aromatic fruit bomb brewed with six different hop varieties. This Imperial New England IPA is the result of a collabo-ration between two breweries with a great affinity for shipping containers: BRLO and By the River Brew Co.
The news about the first black hole to be photographed came while we were thinking about a new name for our Neipa. We therefore had no choice but to honour such an important event. We present: A Billion Suns - a fruity stream of hops with an allure that makes time stand still and the experience begin.
The latest edition of our fruit-infused Berliner Weisse series is a meeting of two soulmates that harmonise beautifully together. The raspberry fruit puree clearly dominates the flavour, with crushed basil providing a lingering intense finish.
For this classic bottom-fermented lager, we exclusively used the hop variety Hallertauer Mittelfrüh. Brewed in collaboration with our friends from R/D in Berlin Mitte.
This cool, crisp and golden brew starts like a pilsner and ends with a floral sip thanks to a chorus of Saazer, Hallertauer Tradition, Polaris, Hersbrucker, Cascade and Amarillo.
Based on our popular Redlight Ale, we experimented with smoked malt in the pour for this Brwhouse Special, brewing an even more complex beer. The smoky flavours perfectly support the bitterness.
Our second collaboration with our friends from across the pond. A healthy dose of fully ripe strawberries and fresh rhubarb give the classic Berliner Weisse a modern rosé colour. You can expect an acidity perfectly balanced by ripe fruit. The Strawberry Rhubarb Weisse marks a new stage in our long friendship with Steamworks. It is the first of a series of beers that will be sent back and forth between Berlin and Vancouver.
The first in a series of turbo-charged beers designed to amaze your senses. This beer comes with a dry-hopped charge of 25g/litre. A flood of exotic American hops explode on your palate along with an array of tropical fruit flavours.
A wonderfully inviting, zesty and fresh aroma of lime and tangerine leads to a pleasant body with herbal and spicy notes. Half Naked is our highly drinkable answer to those moments when you want the roundness and depth of an intense IPA, but don't want to be overwhelmed by the high alcohol content.
In the second year of our green hop series, this time we have an India Pale Ale, again brewed with the popular hop variety ARIANA. It doesn't get fresher than this!
When the brewers of The White Hag from Ireland visited us at Gleisdreieck, the result was a chimera of Berlin's and Ireland's most famous beer styles: a Berliner Weisse with the malty body and deep black colour of an Irish Stout.
Our first three barrel-aged beers were released for Christmas 2017 as a strictly limited special edition. Stored for three months in rum barrels from Barbados.
Our barrel-aged Imperial Stout was aged for three months in American oak bourbon barrels. The result is a delicious deep black beer with flavours of vanilla and chocolate and the gentle warmth of a Kentucky bourbon.
Famous Boston fermentation meets Berlin innovation in this hazy American Pale Ale. German hops from Bayerm, Bavaria Mandarina, Hellertauer Bland & Huell Melon brewed with a fruity New England twist. A perfectly balanced brew that goes wonderfully with a biscuit on the beach or a bratwurst in the beer garden.
Few beer styles have shaken up the modern craft beer world as much as the New England IPA. Additon of unmalted oats and rye malt give this beer its deep haziness and creamy mouthfeel. Hopped with a generous helping of Amarillo, Lemondrop and Hüll Melon, this beer is all about the fruitiness typical of the style. Brewed together with our friends from the English capital, who, like us, have breathed new life into old containers and transformed them into a brewery in the London district of Dalston.
The Hoppiest Barrack - the name is a reference to an old nickname of Hungary, from whose capital Budapest our friends from one of the country's most famous craft breweries visited us. For our second New England IPA together with Mad Scientist, we kicked it up a notch everywhere: more hops, more alcohol, more fruit flavours and an even creamier mouthfeel thanks to generous amounts of oatmeal and rye malt. Paired with a restrained bitterness. Here you go!
Our first green hop beer with the wonderful new hop variety ARIANA. Similarities with a well-known pop singer are purely coincidental. It doesn't get any fresher than this!
There's some hops in this house: The hand-harvested hops for this Wet Hop IPA arrive in just a few hours directly from Stefan Stanglmair's cultivation in Hallertau to Berlin!
A new interpretation of our classic Berliner Weisse with fresh mango and passion fruit. Sour meets fruity, summer meets you!
Our strongest beer at the time! A full-bodied Double IPA with the full flavour of ripe red fruits and exotic spices.
Our entry for the Hop Growers of America Contest 2019 - a fruity New England IPA with hops from the New World, brewed in Berlin. For this beer we were allowed to use the experimental BRU-1 hops from the Yakima Valley AVA in Washington State. It is complemented by Cascade, Cashmere, Comet and Galaxy.
Our third collaboration with BrewDog is not to be taken lightly - even if the name and colour suggest it is. An Imperial NEIPA with bitter orange peel as well as Galaxy AND Mosaic AND Vic Secret hops become a real assault on the taste buds at 8.5%.
Voilà, the latest creation to stroll through our brewhouse -Le Flâneur. A light, tangy and hop-stuffed stroll with spicy notes and a refreshing acidity. The second collaboration with our friends from Brussels Beer Project.
Together with the Nigerian artist Emeka Ogboh, BRLO presents the third edition of the Art Beer series. "Things Fall Apart" was brewed together with Ogboh and is part of the thematic exhibition "WHAT BEAUTY IS, I KNOW NOT" curated by Kasper König at the König Galerie.The colours on the label of the bottle correspond to the primary colours of the painting by Géricault. The recipe also takes the painting as a starting point, as the Amber Ale was brewed with sorghum, an important staple food in Africa, French hops and pieces of wood.
Our first beer in 2019 is a Bavarian winter classic. This full-bodied and fruity Weizendoppelbock has just enough punch to get you through the long grey Berlin winter, while reminding you of the sunny days ahead. At 8.5 ABV, it's definitely not a lightweight, but its creaminess and session character mean you can easily drink 2-3 pints of it. Cheers!
They're doing it again: after the Legend Has It Pils, the American hip hop duo Run The Jewels is now collaborating with BRLO for the second time. The Double IPA has it all, goes by the name Down and, like the first collaboration, was brewed with CBD hemp.
No Hide, No Surrender, No Save Point. This is the 4th collaboration between Run The Jewels and BRLO. A fruity New England IPA with a tropical storm brewing at 6.3%. Drink at your own risk.
Our competitor in the first Beer - Battle between Hamburg and Berlin. The beer impresses with a typical cloudiness (hazy), which is created by the use of oatmeal. Aromatically and taste-wise, the beer is characterised by an extremely fruity profile. Mango and orange notes give the beer an incomparable taste.
While many would look for the eject button at the mere mention of nine hops (including Simcoe cryo), this otherworldly, fruity, cloudy Götting - a West Berlin Eascoast IPA boom, along with Burlington yeast from Whitelabs - manages to land where it takes off: with a powerful but incredibly drinkable delivery.
Our first three barrel-aged beers were released for Christmas 2017 as a strictly limited special edition. Stored for three months in Muscat wine barrels.
Brewed without technical enzymes or other shortcuts but the result of many years of experience of the brewmasters of BRLO and Breakside and one or the other night under the sign of Rosé and Bon Jovi. Brewer Natalie brought hand-picked rosehip from Oregon for this beer and additionally hibiscus flowers provide a deep pink colour. The crowning touch is the champagne yeast used for fermentation, which ensures an extra fine perlage and the characteristically dry finish.
For our cooperation with Epic Brewing, we took the recipe of our traditional Berliner Weisse and developed it further. In addition, we used a lot of American aroma hops in the whirpool and for cold hopping. Then, 180kg of fresh gooseberry puree was added for fermentation, which not only supports the acidity but also provides a unique fruitiness.
Brewed with an almost forgotten barley variety, the Chevalier barley. This bottom-fermented lager impresses with floral notes and a rounded, drinkable taste.
Our first three barrel-aged beers were released for Christmas 2017 as a strictly limited special edition. Stored for three months in port wine barrels that were previously used to mature Gin Sul, a Hamburg GIn.
Brewed with blackberries, blackcurrants, and black Kostroma salt, BLACK3 is our modern interpretation of a classic Leipzig Gose. The Black³ has a well-fermented but rich burgundy body that brings a subtle salinity and fresh fruitiness at the same time.
An accident resulted in a pretty great beer in the red light of our brewery construction site at Gleisdreieck. Fruity, hoppy, bitter, you name it! We fell in love immediately and knew this beer belonged in the bottle. Hoppier than traditional red ales, but with typical colour and bitterness.
Goes well with game, braised vegetables and hot curry. Not only to be enjoyed in red light.
Brewing water, malt (Pilsner malt, caramel malt red, caramel malt dark, wheat light), hops (Polaris, Amarillo), yeast (London Ale).
In this modern New England IPA we have not only played with a double-dried duo of Mosaic & Vic Secret hops, but also used a wide range of different malts to create a unique beer that impresses with its complexity and deep aroma.
A Munich Helles, brewed in the style of the pirates. This beer was brewed as a thank you to Christina, who completed an internship of several months at Gleisdreieck in 2017.
Melon has always been one of the most versatile fruits around - tastes great with cheese + makes a salad + holds a bottle of vodka when you're young + makes a great hat. That's why we decided to give the noble watermelon the honour it deserves and added 1300kg of the pink wonder to our Berliner Weissen. The result is the perfect day drinking summer beer!
Although "Hønefuld" means tipsy chicken, we can assure you that no chicken was harmed in the brewing of this dry-hopped double. On the other hand, many brave hops have given their lives for your enjoyment - so we recommend drinking this beer with honour and respect. This hazy double is part of our BRWFEST 2019 collab series and was brewed together with To Øl from Copenhagen.
The idea behind this beer was the desire to brew a beer that can be drunk both cold and warm. We joined forces with our friends from Wroclaw for the second time and brewed a subtly hopped ale with dried plums, apples and pears.
We developed the third beer in our ART EDITION series together with the artist Carsten Nicolai - the YUZU Lager. It is a bottom-fermented beer brewed with the Asian yuzu fruit, has wonderful citrus notes and a light 4% alcohol.
Tobias Kandler, a passionate hobby brewer from Freiberg in Saxony, won over the jury at Störtebeker in Greifswald with his creation and BRLO Brewmaster Michael Lembke, who was on the jury for the competition, was more than happy to invite Tobi to brew his beer at our facility.
It's green hop time again! For our Wet Hop IPA this year, we harvested fresh Polaris hops from our friend Stefan Stanglmaier in Hallertau.
Berlin seems to be the capital of experimentation. We have analysed the name "Berlin" and indeed, in Slavic it means "I never thought I'd do this!" What kind of brewery would we be if we didn't do it ourselves? For this prototype, our brewers experimented a little with the famous Pale Ale recipe and gave it a banana twist with an extra addition of wheat and German Hefeweizen yeast. Hooray for experimentation! (Or as they say in Berlin - Tuesday!).
Having already brewed a Bock and a Berliner Weisse together with Steamworks, we knew that our third collaboration had to be something very special. We have therefore reinterpreted another German classic. The Gose: originally from the Harz region of Goslar and traditionally brewed with coriander seeds and salt. We knew we could do better and decided to experiment with salt and pink pepper in addition to the generous addition of cranberry and quince. This gives the gose its colour (Living Coral - colour of the year) and a light yet pleasant acidity, which is supported by the intense fruitiness.
BRLO has teamed up with Outland from Paris and the result is a beer made from 400kg of peach + apricot paired with a good portion of oatmeal and wheat. The result is a wet dream for all lovers of fruity beers. T'as la Pêche.
We did it ... we brewed a Hefeweizen and we are completely in love with this beer. Golden yellow and neatly cloudy with typical yeast notes of clove, nutmeg and banana.
Surprising, clear and with a little more intensity than you are used to from a Berliner Weisse. A fruity mix of blueberry, blackberry, elderberry + red and black currant.
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, blackberry, blueberry, elderberry, red and black currant puree, hops, yeast, lactic acid bacteria.