Brewery: Weihenstephaner in Bavaria, Germany Style: Alcohol free Hefeweizen ABV: 0.5% IBUs: 14 Rate Beer: 12/100 Pour: Cloudy yellow with a big white head. A Dry July experiment to see if there is such a thing as a good non-alcoholic beer. This has some resemblance to a hefeweizen. The banana/clove yeasty flavours make this almost seem […]
Brewery: Weihenstephaner in Bavaria, Germany Style: Alcohol free Helles Lager ABV: 0.5% IBUs: 21 Rate Beer: 6/100 Pour: Washed out straw yellow colour with a small white head. A Dry July experiment to see if there is such a thing as a good non-alcoholic beer. This is quite sweet but under the sweetness is hints of […]
Brewery: Weihenstephaner in Bavaria, Germany Style: Dunkel ABV: 5.2% IBUs: 24 Rate Beer: 59/100 Pour: Copper brown in colour with a slight red hue in the light. Sweet, malty flavour with hints of toffee and caramel. A full flavour and body makes this dark lager really enjoyable to drink as the days get cooler in late […]
Brewery: Weihenstephener in Bayern, Germany Style: Festbier ABV: 5.8% IBUs: 26 Rate Beer: 37/100 Pour Light straw colour with a good white head that slowly fades out Tastes awfully lot like a pilsner. Crisp, clean, light. Slight earthy hop notes. I wished I had saved this for tomorrow for the Bushfire Appeal concert, because this is […]
I like a good schwarz beer. Dark lagers have a place and this one is not too bad
Quite clean and easy to drink for strong ale. No boozy flavours.
Brewery: Ahornberger Landbrauerei Strößner-Bräu in Bavaria, Germany Style: Landbier/Keller ABV: 4.8% RateBeer: 24/100 Pour: Light golden colour with a thin head. Heavy malt driven beer adhering to Reinhold Law of beer brewing in Germany. 4 ingredients. Malt. Yeast. Hops and water. Not much hop flavour but that’s the intention. Quite heavy for the 4.8%. I’m not sure what a landbier […]
Brewery: Franziskaner in Bavaria, Germany Style: Weissbier ABV: 5% RateBeer: 43/100 Pour: Orange tinged golden colour with little head Sweeter Weissbier style with hints of soft fruits and honey. Pairs well with a German pretzel, freshly baked, still warm. Because carbs are your friend.