Mörsugur

Brewed in the depths of winter, this dark gruit is made with a mix of herbs and botanicals including spruce tips, birch bark, juniper, and lapsang souchong tea. With no hops added, this ancient gruit style has subtle notes of smoke and spruce balanced with a roasted malt body and earthy bitterness. Mörsugur is the name for the darkest part of the Norse calendar, just imagine foraging in a scandinavian forest then warming by the fire with this delicious gruit!

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