Beer "Liebenweiss" Hefe-Weissbier, mini keg, 5000 ml
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- Strength: 5.5%
- Volume: 5000 ml
Beer hazy yellow.
Beer taste is soft, enveloping, with hints of wheat, malt, fruit and spices. The finish is long, with hints of spice and light wheat hues.
The aroma of beer filled with fresh tones of wheat, shades of apricot, banana, cloves and coriander.
Beer goes well with German cuisine, cheese (sharp, edam, feta), salads, fish and poultry, shellfish.
"Liebenweiss" Hefe-Weissbier - light unfiltered wheat beer with a very fresh aroma and soft, enveloping flavor with a slight aftertaste of wheat. Beer is brewed in accordance with the Law of the purity of brewing in 1516 from natural ingredients, brewing line with European standards and has the status of PGI, confirming that the beer produced in Bavaria. Beer is very popular in Russia and ranks fourth among the top-selling imported DM unfiltered beer.
Beer "Liebenweiss" is produced at Memminger Brauerei in Germany, which is based in 1886 in Memmingere laid Josef Herz. Expanded by merging with different breweries and the acquisition of new capacity by 1938 the brewery became one of the largest in Germany, producing 128,000 hectoliters of beer per year. However, the Second World War destroyed almost everything that has been achieved over many years of effort and hard work. In 1945, sales did not exceed 40 000 hectoliters. Entered a phase of recovery, reconstruction and modernization of production significantly, during which launched a new line for bottling of bottled beer. Today the plant is consistently among the list of the best breweries in Germany. In recent years, was significantly expanded exports, which has more than 20 kinds of beer and a large number of non-alcoholic beverages.
Beginning in 2008, the brewery Memminger - a permanent member of the famous German beer contest DLG. For three years (2008-2010) Production Brewery awarded a total of 24 gold medals, which allows the plant to maintain its status as one of the award-winning producers of beer in Germany.