Beer Rother Brau, "Oko Ur-Weizen", 500 ml
Beer hazy yellow-orange color with a huge white froth.
Fresh taste of beer, soft carbonization, tones of citrus, cloves, coriander, wheat, nuances of nuts, cinnamon and banana. Closer to the finish manifest the finest notes of hops.
The aroma of the beer is made of typical wheat beer for notes of spices, bananas, cloves.
Beer goes well with German cuisine, cheese (sharp, edam, feta), salads, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish.
Ancient wheat beer "Oko Ur-Weizen" is one of the first organic wheat beer, which quickly won the hearts of lovers of ecological beer. Beer brewed from barley and environmentally friendly wheat malt of the districts of Bavaria and Thuringia, as well as spring water special softness.
Rother Brau - a small family brewery in Bavaria, located 150 kilometers north-east of Frankfurt. The brewery was founded in 1788 in the town of Roth, from which it derives its name. Interestingly, the mouth is located in the heart of the reserve Ren - Natural Park, recognized by UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 1872 the brewery bought Gottfried Schneider, the great-grandfather of the current owners. Family Schneider tried to keep up with technological progress, and in 1906 they had been purchased a steam engine, and in 1934 - the first truck (before kegs of beer were delivered from the factory with four teams of horses).
Before the Second World War beer Rother Broy is very popular not only in the region but also far beyond its borders, but by 1945 had lost 80% of its customers. The brewery has come a long road to recovery and reorganization, before once again became the beloved and revered.
Today, the brewery run by the fifth generation of the family - brothers Xavier and Tobias Veydringer. Since 1989, in addition to the classic beers the brewery produces ecologically beer. To meet the growing demands of environmental policy, Rother Units built its own water treatment plant, and reconstructed in 2007. Brewhouse. Measures to care for the future and maintain a high quality of beer - that's what Rother Units puts the first place.