Beer From : Germany

Rothaus Pils

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Who makes it? The Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus, a state brewery of Baden and one of the country’s most successful regional breweries. Where is it from? Baden-Württemberg, just east of the Rhine. What does it taste like? the aroma is a pleasant grain with a hint of honey, which follows through on the palate.  strong, lasting […]

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Rothaus Weizen

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Who makes it? The Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus, a state brewery of Baden and one of the country’s most successful regional breweries. Where is it from? Baden-Württemberg, just east of the Rhine. What does it taste like? The wheat adds a very fruity tang, while the roasted malts are very subtle. It’s been described as a […]

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Rothaus Marzen

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Who makes it? The Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus, a state brewery of Baden and one of the country’s most successful regional breweries. Where is it from? Baden-Württemberg, just east of the Rhine. What does it taste like? It’s a big, hoppy lager, with a mild tartness – it’s probably more accessible than most Marzens. What food […]

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Hirsch Huttenbier

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Who makes it? The Hirsch Privatbrauerei is a traditional craft brewer, on the go for over 350 years. Traditional methods – including the extended 6-8 week fermentation period, virtually unheard of elsewhere – characterise the approach. Where’s it from? Bavaria, still a heartland of brewing, and more specifically the Allgau region of the south. Local […]

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Hirsch Weisse

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Who makes it? The Hirsch Privatbrauerei is a traditional craft brewer, on the go for over 350 years. Traditional methods – including the extended 6-8 week fermentation period, virtually unheard of elsewhere – characterise the approach. Where’s it from? Bavaria, still a heartland of brewing, and more specifically the Allgau region of the south. Local […]

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Hirsch Doppel

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Who makes it? The Hirsch Privatbrauerei is a traditional craft brewer, on the go for over 350 years. Traditional methods – including the extended 6-8 week fermentation period, virtually unheard of elsewhere – characterise the approach. Where’s it from? Bavaria, still a heartland of brewing, and more specifically the Allgau region of the south. Local […]

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Holzar

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Who makes it? The Hirsch Privatbrauerei is a traditional craft brewer, on the go for over 350 years. Traditional methods – including the extended 6-8 week fermentation period, virtually unheard of elsewhere – characterise the approach. Where’s it from? Bavaria, still a heartland of brewing, and more specifically the Allgau region of the south. Local […]

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Hofbrau Original

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Who makes it? The Hofbräuhaus , a brewery and beer hall that’s been delighting visitors since 1897. Where’s it from? Munich, the capital of Bavaria. What does it taste like? A crisp and dry aroma with a fine, smooth flavour on the tongue and sweetness in the aftertaste. What food does it work with? Dairy […]

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Schneider Weisse Hefe Weizen

Schneider Weisse Hefe Weizen

Who makes it? The Schneider Brewery, a distinguished outfit with a particular focus on wheat beer. Where is it from? This beer is brewed in Bavaria, Germany. What does it taste like? Pleasantly spicy with a typical top-fermented smell. The nose has an aroma of clove and nutmeg apple, while it’s clean, full-bodied and well-balanced […]

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Hefe Weiss Non-Alcoholic

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Who makes it? The Weihenstephan Brewery. Where’s it from? Bavaria in Germany. What does it taste like? Everything you’d expect from a premium weissbeer – just without the alcohol What food does it work well with? Light meals suit this one down to the ground. What else should I know? When you try this you’ll […]

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Korbinian

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Who makes it? The Weihenstephan Brewery Where’s it from? Bavaria in Germany What does it taste like? Medium hops and lots of malt with a mild sweetness will make drinkers think of a malted milk, marmalade and caramel taste What food does it work well with? Cured meats will sit well with this What else […]

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Kristal

kristall

Who makes it? The Weihenstephan Brewery. Where’s it from? Freising in Germany. What does it taste like? Probably the most effervescent beer we’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting. This is a special treat for festival goers from the good people at Weihenstephan. What food does it work well with? This is a delight with […]

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Dunkel

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Who makes it? The Weihenstephan Brewery Where’s it from? Germany What does it taste like? It’s soft, malty and full-bodied. A well-balanced taste gives this dark weissbeer its strength What food does it work well with? You have to have this with any good hearty meal. It goes well with pretty much anything What else […]

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Vitus

Vitus

Who makes it? The Weihenstephan Brewery Where’s it from? Freising in Germany What does it taste like? This is a light-coloured, spicy single-bock strong wheat beer. Extra long and cold storage in the monastery cellars at the Weihenstephan Brewery gives this selection its full body and distinctive taste. What food does it work well with? […]

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Hefe Weiss

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Who makes it? The Weihenstephan Brewery Where’s it from? Bavaria in Germany What does it taste like? A wonderful rich yeasty taste makes this weissbeer one of the most refreshing choices on offer from Germany at this year’s festival What food does it work well with? Light meals that aren’t too strongly flavoured. If you […]

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