Beer brings an undreamt-of extra portion of flair and finesse to many a dish. This is especially true for the Schäufele, crispy and deliciously prepared in the oven according to an old original recipe, refined with the finesse of a real Grosch beer sauce.
The incomparably intense taste experience is seasoned with salt, pepper and cumin, the meat, from the flat shoulder of pork, comes with bone and rind into the oven. After a good two to three hours and constant pouring with dark beer, the meat of the appetisingly browned Schäufele is easily detached from the bone, the rind is crispy and appetisingly golden brown.
At Grosch there is now the crispy Schäufele with sauerkraut and homemade dumplings every Friday at noon from 11.30 to 14 pm and in the evening from 17.30 pm. They have just as long a history with Grosch as the crispy shoulder of pork in Nuremberg, the country of origin. And – by the way – for good reason they are better than most of the “sticks” served there: Grosch dumplings only contain high-quality potatoes, water and salt. The delicious dish is rounded off by homemade sauerkraut, refined with fried bacon.
Those who now have an appetite are only missing the right drink for happiness. Here you go: Nothing tastes better than an Anno 1492 from the Grosch craft brewery. Brewed with the best hops from the old and the new world on the other side of the Atlantic, the Anno 1492 combines centuries-old Grosch brewing culture with taste nuances that a beer has never offered before. The drinking pleasure starts with a fine bitter malty accent and then unfolds in aromas of tropical and citrus fruits. It is hard to believe that this unique beer is brewed by hand and strictly according to the Bavarian Purity Law!