Beer "Weihenstephan" Hefeweissbier, mini keg, 5000 ml
Beer hazy golden yellow color with strong white froth.
Taste of the beer refreshing, full-bodied, very smooth, perfectly balanced, with rich, tingling yeast tones, against which reveals shades of orange peel, cloves, wheat, banana, tropical fruit nuances. The finish is moderately dry.
Delicate aroma of beer contains hints of spice, wheat, citrus, yeast, banana, vanilla nuances and hay.
Beer goes well with German cuisine, cheeses, salads, poultry, fish, shellfish. Excellent couple of beers make snacks and light (veal) sausage.
"Weihenstephan" Hefeweissbier - light unfiltered beer with a refreshing character, spicy and wheat tones in the aroma, intense yeast notes on the palate and a surprisingly smooth texture. Beer is brewed only from natural ingredients of the highest quality with an official certificate of Bavaria: barley and wheat malt, hops from the Hallertau valleys, clear mountain water and yeast.
Weihenstephan - the oldest brewery in the world. It was officially opened in 1040 in Freising Weihenstephan on the mountain, in the Benedictine monastery of St. Stephen's, near Munich. The monastery was founded in the year 725 and, according to the chronicles, in the year 768 local monks brewed beer.
Today, the Bavarian Brewery, owned by the state, is the leading producer of beer in Bavaria. Weihenstephan produces a wide range of beers, including the most rare and unique varieties ever produced in Bavaria. In addition, Weihenstephan - the only brewery that has the right to place the coat of arms of Bavaria in its logo.
State the significance of Weihenstephan is its mission - not only to produce beer for commercial purposes, but also to preserve the best traditions of Bavarian brewing. The importance is the fact that the minister is headed Weihenstephan Bavarian economy.
Adjacent to the brewery is based in Germany prestigious Academy of Brewing - Science Center of the Technical University of Munich, Weihenstephan Brewery which cooperates very closely, using modern science for the benefit of the production of beer of the highest quality.