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Foam / Aroma

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Our wheat beer stands out with its exquisite head of white foam. Enticing aromas of cloves and delicate banana rise through the fine bubbles, captivating the senses.

Flavor / Color

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Fruity nuances of banana and cloves intermingle with malt flavors to create a balanced beer with a light, creamy character. This premium, naturally cloudy, pale amber wheat beer is truly a feast for the senses. It is the ideal reward at the end of a long day.

Remarks

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Our wheat beer is the most widely recognized product of the Bavarian State Brewery Weihenstephan.

Wheat Beer

A veritable classic – and the star of our beer ensemble: Weihenstephaner wheat beer.

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  • Alcohol content:
    5.4 % by volume
  • Calories:
    210 kcal/0.5 l
  • Drinking temperature:
    6-8 °C
  • Original gravity:
    12.7 % by weight
  • Bitterness:
    14 IBU
  • Bottle size:
    0.33 l/0.5 l
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Awards

Time and again, the brewery has won awards for its wheat beer, most recently taking home the silver at the International Beer Challenge.

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Food Pairing

Obazda (a Bavarian cheese spread) – Serves 4

Ingredients:

1 kg Brie, 70 g butter, 150 g cream cheese, 120 g onions, 15 g paprika seasoning, pinch of caraway, ground, pinch of salt/pepper, 10 cl Weihenstephaner Weißbier

First, mush the Brie and add the butter, cream cheese, onions, beer and paprika. Then season the mixture with salt, pepper and caraway. Garnish with red onions, chives, salad bouquet and salted sticks.

What´s special about this is that the original recipe comes from the Weihenstephaner Bräustüberl – where Obazda was originally invented. The...

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