Verboten Brewing derives its name from the “forbidden” ingredients that were rejected by the German Purity Law for beer, the Reinheitsgebot. Under the purity law, beers could only be made with three ingredients: barley, water and hops. Yeast, once its fermentation properties were clearly understood, was added later. Verboten’s beers will embrace the trend of incorporating fruit and spice, barrel aging and other distinctive ingredients and processes to make our craft beers.
About Killer Boots by Verboten Brewing & Barrel Project
This caramel porter is an English-style porter with a pleasing roastiness and chocolate notes. The base porter recipe is infused with Verboten's house-made caramel at the end of fermentation.