Weizenbier


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a general name in southern Germany for wheat beers

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Weizenbier continues Coors' observance of the Old World European tradition of brewing special seasonal beers.
Weizenbier is available in 12-ounce, long neck bottles, 24-ounce bottles and draft.
It is very difficult to get the true Weizenbier yeast," he says, "and as in all our beers, we will not compromise.
The company reports that Weizenbier is brewed in limited quantities using pale malt, caramel barley malt and malted spring wheat.
Summer's Weizenbier will offered beginning in late May through late August, and the fall product, Oktoberfest Maerzen, will be available from late August until the end of October.
Bavaria House will import four brands: Weihenstephan Original, which is described as a "full-flavored premium lager beer,"; Weihenstephan Weizenbier Crystal Clear, a golden wheat beer; Weihenstephan Hefe-Weissbeer, a Bavarian-style wheat beer sedimented with yeast and Weihenstephan Hefe-Weissbeer Dark, a dark wheat that is also sedimented with yeast.
The Edelweiss Weizenbier line includes a Hefe-Trub, a Dunkel and a Kristallklar.
Among the new beer's planned, are a weizenbier, a dopplebock and an abbey beer.
Bavaria House will import four brands: Weihenstephan Original, which is described as a full-flavored premium lager beer; Weihenstephan Weizenbier Crystal Clear, a clear wheat beer; Weihenstephan Hefe-Weisbeer, a Bavarian-style wheat beer with yeast and Weihenstephan Hefe-Weissbeer Dark, a dark wheat with yeast.
As event-goers became acquainted with the new beer, which will be touted as "the international brand," they were also treated to a visit of Eurobiere in Strasbourg, an industry trade and exposition show, as well as a tour of the Heidelberg brewery, which produces Valentine Weizenbier.
Weisse or Weizenbier (Germany): Weiss, the German word for "white," also designates a pale product brewed from a high proportion of malted wehat--from 40 to 75 percent, in some cases.
Although not exclusive to the area, weizenbier is most commonly brewed in the southern regions of Germany.
In operation since 1984, Widmer brews a Weizenbier, Hefeweizen, four seasonal beers and a nationally renowned Altbier.
Leinie's drinkers constantly tell me they'd love to see us brew an even greater variety of beers, such as Weizenbiers, ales and fruit beers," said Leinenkugel.