The silky shine and intense golden yellow hue of this Weisse, topped off with a compact and creamy head of froth, is a truly magnificent sight.
The yeast evolves gently to deliver a magnificently refreshing fruity and citrus note accompanied by a fine sparkling hint of acidity. The light sweetness of bananas and honey melt on the tongue and mingle with subtle and slightly more bitter notes of nutmeg.
Only the best ingredients are used in this unfiltered Weissbier – brewer’s wheat grown in the Champagne Region and selected certified hops from the Hallertau.
Thanks to a special brewing process this beer fulfils its promise and provides an excellent taste.
Forbidden as it was to brew in summer, a stronger beer – the Märzen – was brewed earlier in March.
It would finally be served at the Oktoberfest, under the “Heaven of Bavaria”.
Hacker have returned once again to the age-old recipe and recreated that gloriously smooth, honey-coloured piece of history from times gone by.
And all is brewed with due reverence to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516.