Beer "Franziskaner" Hefe-Weisse, in can, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase "Franziskaner" Hefe-Weisse, in can, 0.5 L
Beer fog, rich gold color with a rich creamy foam.
In a smooth, fresh taste of beer is dominated by shades of banana, orange peel, coriander, cloves, wheat and yeast. The aftertaste is pleasant, offering.
The aroma of beer filled with tones of wheat and citrus, banana and spice nuances.
Beer goes well with German cuisine, cheeses, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, salads, chips.
"Franziskaner" Hefe-Weisse - unfiltered wheat beer with a bright abundant and persistent foam, quite busy, but easy-drinking taste with subtle hints of hoppier refreshing and invigorating character. Beer is brewed according to the Purity Law of 1516 from malt, hops and water. "Frantsiskaner" is one of the most famous brands of German wheat beer.
Franziskaner brewery history can be traced back to 1363. In historical documents it is mentioned that a certain Mr. Seidel Vaterstetter "owns a brewery next to the Franciscans in Munich" (the brewery was located across the street from the Franciscan monastery). In the middle of the XIX century brewery buys adopted son Gabriel Sedlmayera, the owner of the brewery "Spaten" - Augustine. And in 1865, it is combined with a brewery "Leist", which also belonged to the representative of the family Sedlmayer called "Franziskaner-Leist". Since 1922 the brewery, along with the plant "Spaten", is part of the family of the company Seldmayer and gets the name of the combined Spaten-Franziskaner-Brau. In 1935, the Munich artist Ludwig Holveyn developed for beer under the name "Frantsiskaner" logo, which is still emblazoned on the bottle - the wise Franciscan friar with a mug of beer. By the end of XX century brewery "Frantsiskaner" to a new level of development, significantly expanding the network of branches and distribution channels, modernized production and filling technology. The result of changes is an increase in sales that exceed 1 million. Hectoliters per year. Brewery has become one of the market leaders in the segment of wheat beer and beer produced by gaining huge popularity not only in German, but also in the global beer market.
Today Spaten-Franziskaner-Brau, one of the best breweries in Germany, is part of the Anheuser-Busch InBev - the largest beer producer in the world, which is the owner of brands such as Stella Artois, Boddingtons, Beck's, Staropramen, Bass, Leffe, Labatt and Hoegaarden .