Green Tea



Green tea has found its way into the world of beer brewing, adding a unique flavor profile and enhancing the taste of various brews. Its distinctive grassy and slightly bitter notes bring a refreshing twist to traditional beer styles. The use of Green tea in brewing influences the taste by imparting earthy flavors along with hints of citrus and floral undertones.

Apart from flavor enhancement, Green tea is used for its numerous properties that benefit both brewers and consumers alike. It acts as a natural preservative due to its antibacterial qualities, extending shelf life while maintaining freshness. Additionally, Green tea contains antioxidants that contribute to potential health benefits when consumed in moderation.

Typical beer styles brewed with Green tea range from pale ales and wheat beers to experimental or specialty brews like IPA-infused teas. This infusion offers an exciting fusion between two popular beverages – combining the aromas and flavors of hops with the distinct characteristics of Green tea spices & herbs



10 < 31 < 51 EBC
4 < 12 < 20 °L


13.0 < 24.1 < 35.3 %

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