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Foam / Aroma

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The delectable roasted malt aromas rising from the beer are an olfactory treat – the foam crowning the beer is compact and eggshell white.

Flavor / Color

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This dark amber lager captivates with its slightly sweet, caramel flavor, and resonates with nuances of red fruits; these are counterpoised by a pleasant bitterness in the aftertaste. Together, all of these elements produce a delightfully unique flavor.


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This beer complements savory dishes such as roast, poultry and game.

Tradition Bayrisch Dunkel

The name says it all: Weihenstephaner Dunkel is a beloved dark beer and a Bavarian tradition.

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  • Alcohol content:
    5.2 % by volume
  • Calories:
    230 kcal/0.5 l
  • Drinking temperature:
    6-8 °C
  • Original gravity:
    12.8 % by weight
  • Bitterness:
    24 IBU
  • Bottle size:
    0,5 l
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Food Pairing

“Innviertler Bierfleisch” (Stewed Beef and Beer Casserole) - Serves 4


1 kg stewing beef, cut into chunks; 300 g vegetables (carrots, celery, leak, parsnip), cut into chunks; 300 g onions, cut into chunks, 100 g tomato purée, 100 g flour, 50 g brown sugar, 2 tbsp vinegar, 500 ml “Weihenstephaner Tradition Bayrisch Dunkel”, oil or lard, salt and pepper, bay leaf, nutmeg, freshly grated, clove powder, juniper berries, crushed; caraway and marjoram, mustard (possibly beer mustard) 

Heat oil or lard in a saucepan. Season the meat with salt and pepper,...

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