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Related to German wheat: wheat beer, Weissbier, white beer, Weißbier
(Bot.) See 2d Spelt.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The event will take place on Saturday October 19 with two sessions midday till 6pm and 6pm till 11.30pm.and feature an all new fully themed Bavarian party tent, one of the best authentic 'Oompah' bands in the UK together with party DJs plus a great selection of German wheat beers served in steins to your tables by a team dressed in traditional dirndls and lederhosen.
A gose (pronounced gow-za) is a sour German wheat beer, typically brewed with salt and coriander seeds.
The supermarket giant advertised a 25 per cent reduction on purchases of six or more bottles of a specialist German wheat beer.
Rheinbacher German Wheat Beer PS1.25 500ml, PS2.50 per litre Naturally, any collection like this must contain one of those celebrated cloudy, vaguely yeasty, wheat beers.
Wetherspoon has already replaced Champagne with sparkling wines from the UK and Australia as well as German wheat beers with those from the UK.
This followed the chain's announcement in June that it would stop replace Champagne with sparkling wines from the UK and Australia as well as German wheat beers with those from the UK.
Of course, the Belgian white beer is a wheat beer too, but it uses lots more ingredients than the slick German wheat beer that keeps it pretty minimal.
Wetherspoons recently announced it would replace French champagne and German wheat beers for British and Australian brands in the run-up to Brexit.
2 Rheinbacher German Wheat Beer, PS1.25 for 500ml, Aldi - in store only: Aldi only sells one wheat beer, but it's a premium brew that uses traditional German methods of fermentation.
| Rheinbacher German Wheat Beer, PS1.25 for 500ml, Aldi: Aldi only sells one wheat beer, but its a premium brew that uses traditional German methods of fermentation.
Visitors are also able to sample the delights of German mulled wine (gluhwein), bratwursts (grilled sausages), weissbier (German wheat beer) and, for those with a sweet tooth, gingerbread and marzipan sweets.
Conference-goers will arrive just in time for Watermelon Hefeweizen (5% ABV), a German wheat beer brewed with 660 pounds of organic watermelon in every batch that will immediately please fans of the fruit.