A new year gets off to a powerful start! This is certainly not a baby bird.? Here you get a good alternative, a BBQ sauce with beer, full fresh with well-balanced sweetness, this fabulous sauce dances over the taste buds like a swirling blizzard around the house knot. A rich sauce that is suitable for marinating, dipping and grilling.
A sauce that has the most amazing flavor combinations of a German fruity wheat beer and spices combined with the sweetness and sourness of tomatoes and vinegar. This BBQ sauce really tickles the taste buds and has a pleasant, healthy and wonderful taste!
Shameless and powerful and as warming as the spring sun, this play glows. Despite its potency and power, this smooth and creamy sauce tastes as light as a babbling spring brook. Experience a delightful combination of fullness, tartness, powerful and sweet flavors that will make your mouth smile with every bite. Buying good BBQ sauce is included in all barbecue plans.
But how did the whole "barbecue culture" begin? The history of grilling must be ancient, you might think. And that's it! We humans have been using fire and its heat to cook our food for a very long time.
But if we fast forward the tape to 1951, we discover an exciting detail that came to change barbecuing in the West. The United States, which emerged victorious from the war, became the country that came to be associated with modernity and a relaxed way of socializing and influenced the rest of the Western world.
In 1951, the enthusiastic barbecue fan invented the ball grill after he bought a shipping buoy from Weber Brothers Metal Works in Chicago. The purchase came to change outdoor cooking and social meals in gardens around the world.
Something that was already popular in the US was fixed brick grills, something that never caught on in Sweden because they required a building permit. The Swedes instead had loose metal grills. Now came the Weber grill, perfectly ergonomically made and which became a common sight in Swedes' gardens.
Even the grill's different trends in terms of taste are a fun journey to watch.
Around the 60s, it was the barbecue skewers and pork chops that ruled, but of course also the hamburger. In the 70s, spiced butter and the oh-so-delicious chili sauces made their debut. The 1980s brought the crème fraiche sauces and the shop-marinated flint roast. Technology also made progress and the barbecue cart or vertical grill became popular and in the 90s the whiskey sauces became incredibly popular. Now in the new millennium, marinades, cold sauces and glaze mixes are the big trend!
Störtebeker Bernstein-Weizen is a German wheat beer with a fruity, balanced taste and a characteristic amber color. The fruity aroma and color comes from the malt, a combination of wheat, caramel and pilsner malt. The hop variety Perle allows the fruit flavors to develop fully. The taste has elements of banana and red fruits and a lovely pearly carbonation. Enjoy as a companion drink, or with fish, light meat and vegetarian dishes. Goes particularly well with dishes with a little heat, such as Asian food. In 2016, Störtebeker Bernstein-Weizen was awarded a gold medal in the prestigious Meinigers Craft Beer Award competition.
At Sörgården Måla, ordering BBQ sauce is easy.
Buy your taste experience already today and surprise loved ones with a good dinner.
Our sauces are also appreciated as gifts!
Ingredients: Tomato*, beer * (Störtebeker Bernstein-Weizen ( water, wheat malt , barley malt , hops )), raw cane sugar* (11%), vinegar*, red onion, soy sauce* (gluten-free), garlic, tomato puree*, sea salt, cumin* , black pepper*, allspice * , cloves* (*Organic raw materials)
Nutrition declaration 100g Energy 278 kJ/66 kcal; Fat 0.2 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 14 g (sugars 14 g); Protein 1.0 g; Salt 0.8 g