Broyhan is an ancient ale, a re-creation of an ale style that was the most popular beer in Northern Germany from Hannover to Thuringen for over 300 years after it's introduction in 1526. Composed of wheat, barley malts, a touch of salt, and a light lactic kiss, it is the epitome of an easy drinking, workingman's session ale. Taste what your German ancestors were quaffing by the stein before Pilsner. It's supposedly a distant relative of modern Altbier, but current beers brewed in this style may belong to the Berliner Weisse, Gose, and Belgian Witbier family. 5.2% ABV.