Origin: Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Style: Pilsener
ABV: 5.1%
Depicting the “Biergit”, the Black Forest girl holding two glasses of beer and pinecones (Tannenzäpfle literally means 'small pine cones'), this is something of a cult brew in Germany. It's easy to see why with bold graphics that have remained unchanged since the 1956.

The Rothaus Brewery itself is 100% state-owned by the local state of Baden - you can even book accommodation there - nice!

The label design alone justifies a place in your home, and the beer itself is a clean, refreshing golden pilsener. If you spot it, buy it.
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A project by Richard Heap
A graphic designer from Stockport, England