Talking about wheat beer brings to mind the famous pale yellow, hazy Munich Weissbier. Wheat beer’s conquest of the world may’ve started from Southern Germany yet ancient Babylonians were producing wheat beers 7 000 years ago. Modern wheat beers are popular again and supply is interesting and varied: from clear to hazy, from dark to light. Aficionados proudly master the unique technic to pour wheat beer into its own designated glass.
Stallhagen Hefeweizen is a true and traditional German-style wheat beer, invigoratingly fresh and easy to drink. Hefeweizen is pale yellow and unfiltered, its attractive head is typically high, white, creamy and lasting. In the aroma banana and clove combined with a pleasant acidity. Mouthfeel is full bodied, creamy and sparkly. Taste is “wheaty”, fresh and subtly spicy. Accustomed banana and clove flavors are wrapped in the slight malt sweetness. Subtle hop bitterness, dry finish. A flavorful and elegant beer for indulgence.