Beer Zotler, Hefeweizen Hell, 0.5 L
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Reviews of purchase Zotler, Hefeweizen Hell, 0.5 L
Beer of bright, misty golden-yellow color with a white foam head.
The taste of beer is pleasant, full-bodied, drinkable, velvety, fruity, with an attractive mild malty sweetness, restrained acidity and delicate hop notes in the finish.
Very pleasant aroma of beer is filled with classic tones of banana, which are complemented by notes of apricot, peach and clove.
The beer goes well with appetizers, snacks, pork, poultry, fried fish, vegetables and cheeses.
Zotler, Hefeweizen Hell - a light wheat ale, the recipe of which is kept secret by the Zotler family and the company's brewers. It is only known that it is made from natural ingredients: water, wheat and barley malt, hops and pure yeast culture. Ale has a bright straw-yellow color with a slight yeast turbidity and a dense fine-porous foam, a pure fruity-spicy aroma and a sparkling taste that gives real pleasure. This thirst-quenching, drinkable beer is ideal for long summer evenings and goes well with pork dishes.
The Zötler Private Brewery is the oldest family-owned brewery in the world! The June 2004 issue of the Euro business magazine listed the oldest family businesses in the world. It shows that the privately-owned Zötler brewery is ranked 10th among family-owned businesses still in existence worldwide. With no breweries in the top 9 positions, Zotler has become the oldest family-owned brewery in the world, more than 570 years old. It was founded in 1447. Zotler's recent history began in 1920 thanks to Herbert Zotler. His wife Maria Zotler, with the help of energetic employees, managed to save the brewery during the Second World War. Production after the war was 2,500 hl, but in the early 1980s, production statistics recorded 75,000 hectoliters.
Today, the Zotler brewery brews first-class specialty beers in accordance with the Bavarian Purity Brewing Act. She fights to preserve the Bavarian beer culture and also sees it as her responsibility to pass on knowledge of local brewing to the next generation.