Try Our Tasty Engel Hefeweizen Hell (Light Wheat) Unfiltered German Craft Beer
Delicious German unfiltered Light Wheat Beer
If you love German food and drink, the delicious Engel Hefeweizen Hell German unfiltered wheat beer is just what you need. Brewed to the finest quality, what’s better than enjoying an ice cold beer when the sun is out?
For those that favour fruity tastes, this German wheat craft beer should be your number one choice on a sunny day. Get your BBQ grilling and pour you and your guests a tasty glass of beer. The distinctive taste is lightly refreshing with hints of clove and banana.
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What’s Different About Unfiltered German Beers?
If you’re new to German unfiltered light wheat beer, give it a go…you won’t be disappointed! As with all unfiltered German beer, you are likely to find a little sediment at the bottom of your bottle. Unfiltered beer is more rustic as it still contains extracts of yeast that can settle at the bottom – this is nothing to worry about just a little extra flavour!
Similar to a pint of British Real Ale, German unfiltered light wheat beer hits the spot! If you like you can give your drink a shake to mix the sediment back in, but be careful when you open it if you do!
How Strong is Your Beer?
Alcohol: 5.2 % Vol.
Bitterness units 16:
What’s Our Engel Light Wheat Beer Like?
Intense, fresh, fruity aroma, outstanding tingly taste, gentle blend of clove and banana scents
Our Engel Light Wheat Beer Goes Well With…
Salmon, alpine cheeses, roast pork or veal, schnitzel, vegetable soups, egg dishes, flavourful salads, mild alpine cheeses, fruity desserts.
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Over 18s only. Please drink responsibly.
How To Store Our Engel Light Wheat Beer
Please store in a cool and dark place.
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Once opened please store in refrigerator.
What’s in Our Engel Light Wheat Beer?
Water, wheat malt, barley malt, hops, yeast. This beer is brewed in accordance with the German Reinheitsgebot (Purity Law) of 1516.
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