Beer "Edelweiss" Weissbier, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase "Edelweiss" Weissbier, 0.5 L
Beer cloud light wheat beer.
Delicate taste of beer and balanced, floral, with a light honey sweetness, notes of banana and clove, tart, but a soft finish.
The aroma of beer filled with banana notes, shades of fruits, spices, bread and flowers.
Beer goes well with German cuisine, a variety of cheeses, salads, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, vegetable dishes and fruit desserts.
"Edelweiss" Weissbier - a popular Austrian wheat beer with a characteristic of unfiltered beer is unclear golden color and traditional notes of banana and spices in the bouquet. Despite the fact that this beer is made relatively short time (since 1986), it gained popularity by their consistently high quality. The purity of the drink and confirmed its name, because the mountain Alpine edelweiss flower grows only in places with impeccable environment and is a symbol of unspoilt nature. Beer is produced only from natural ingredients: pure alpine water, wheat and barley malt, hops and yeast fermented.
High quality wheat beer "Edelweiss" was confirmed by the jury in the famous high-quality competition drinks "DLG", four times in a row it has received gold medals in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Beer "Edelweiss" is produced according to traditional ancient traditions by original receipts in 1475, developed by the Austrian brewery Kaltenhausen. This is the oldest brewery in Salzburg, founded the mayor and the city of Salzburg, Judge Johan Ayzenhaymerom, became the first manufacturer of unfiltered wheat beer in Austria.
Today beer under the brand name "Edelweiss" is the most popular wheat beer at home and in Austria, and in the world. For excellent quality and excellent taste in blind tastings professional beer has won many awards! The success of beer is associated with a rich tradition, specially selected high quality raw materials and the use of fresh spring water. The production line of "Edelweiss" is composed of five kinds of delicious. In Russia, the beer produced at the brewery Heineken, which owns the brand "Edelweiss."