Very light, clear and round. Decent hop bitterness, some malt sweetnes, cloves, spices and metal
Clear straw to gold
Served at about 8-10° C as a social drink, with fried or cooked fish or steak
„Fiete, komm roewer un hol uns ut’n Kroog twei Buddel’s von dat gaude Beer, aber mak mal fix, mit’n büschen Dampf!“ (spoken in Low German dialect)
This is what the old fishermen Karl and Wilhelm Haase used to yell when they returned from a hard days work and were thirsting for their well deserved evening beer. Wilhelm then sent the neighbor's son to go fetch them their beer at the local pub, reminding him to hurry up and use a bit of Dampf (steam). This is how the name Haase's Steambeer (Haase sin Dampfbier) came into being.