Bavaria’s Erdinger brewery has produced yet another classically beautiful German wheat ale with its Kristall weissbier. Whilst brewed much like other wheat beers, this speciality wheat beer is different in that it goes through a long “fine filtration” process that renders the beer sparkling clear.
Sparkling clear with an effervescent carbonation, the Kristall produces a huge white foamy head when poured. Notes of fruit are complemented by hints of wheat, earth and maybe even apples. Smooth and dry with a tingly carbonation, this subtly-flavoured beer is perfectly refreshing.
Country : Germany
ABV : 5.3%
Magic Rocks first take on the most popular of modern beer styles.
Munich and Golden Promise malts create the pale colour and classic backbone, while a concoction of Germany’s finest Magnum, Saphir Whole Leaf and Hallertau hops deliver a refined bitterness and characteristic herbal hit.
True to style using soft water, a bottom fermenting yeast strain and extended cold maturation to deliver the style’s distinctive subtle depth.
A lightness of body and spritzy carbonation will make this beer dance on your palate with a big whack of aromatic dry hopping.
Country : UK
ABV : 4.5%
The no. 1 Hefe-Weißbier in Germany and one of the world’s favourites. Naturally cloudy and shining silky gold in the glass under a really strong head of foam.
At the first mouthful this Weißbier classic has a mild aroma of banana. Finer palates detect a trace of mango and pineapple and the balance between sweet and bitter.
Beer connoisseurs appreciate the fine note of yeast and the mild but sparkling mix of aromas. It is a typical beergarden beer, which brings people together all over the world.