Clove is a popular spice used in beer brewing, known for its distinct flavor profile that includes warm and spicy notes. Its strong aroma adds complexity to the taste of beer, influencing it with hints of clove and sometimes even a slight sweetness. The use of clove in brewing enhances the overall sensory experience by providing an additional layer of flavor.

Cloves are commonly used as an ingredient in various beer styles such as Belgian witbiers, hefeweizens, and certain spiced ales. It is often added during different stages of the brewing process like mashing or boiling to impart its unique flavors into the brew. Cloves also possess antimicrobial properties that can help preserve beer and prevent spoilage.



1 < 12 < 12 EBC
1 < 5 < 5 °L

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