Weizenbier


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Noun1.Weizenbier - a general name in southern Germany for wheat beersWeizenbier - a general name in southern Germany for wheat beers
Weissbier, wheat beer, white beer - a general name for beers made from wheat by top fermentation; usually very pale and cloudy and effervescent
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It starts out with classic weizenbier yeast phenolics, lots of bananas and bubblebum, rounded out with a hint of smoke.
A local speciality is the pale Weizenbier, made from wheat, but make sure you like it before you order a whole glass.
Spaten is active mainly in Southern Germany and its strength resides in wheat beer (Weizenbier).
Alt or Altbier (Dusseldorf, Munster, Dortmund) is well-hopped and brewed warm with top-fermenting yeasts but stored cold, Bock or Doppelbock (Munchen) are strong lagers for consumption in winter and spring that are characterized by a high-malt content and a lengthy, cold maturation), Dortmunder Export or Helles (Nordrhein-Westfalen) is a less hoppy but more malty beer, Kolschbier (Koln) is a golden summer beer with an unfiltered and cloudy finish, Marzen (Munchen), which is traditionally brewed in March, has a sweet and malty taste, and Weissbier or Weizenbier (Bayern) exhibit a huge wheat content.
Somerfield Bavarian Wheat Beerm Weizenbier (89p, 500ml, 5.3 per cent alcohol) is a wholesome, naturally-cloudy German beer using wheat rather than barley to produce a light, yeasty brew.
Beer mixes, which are imported from New Zealand, have been dubbed West Coast Pale Ale, Whispering Weizenbier, Englishman's Nut Brown Ale, Oktober-fest Vienna Lager and St.
The brand family will include Paul Bunyan Ale, Premium Lager, Old Au Sable Weizenbier - a brew made of wheat rather than barely, Blue Ox Stout and Oscoda Rare Beer - a beer that changes with the season or at his whim.
According to Pastorius, the brewery's Weizen is made from wheat, barley, hops, water and a Bavarian Weizenbier yeast imported from Munich.
has launched a summer Weizenbier, the latest in its planned line of seasonal brands.
In addition to Eisbock, Coors will brew a summer Weizenbier and a fall Oktoberfest Maerzen.