Wheat beer - wheat malt as the main raw material (accounting for more than 40% of the total raw materials), using the above fermentation or beer fermentation below fermentation. Wheat beer is a distinctive and attractive product in the style and genre of beer. Its main producing areas are concentrated in southern Germany, Austria and Belgium using Top Fermentation with barley malt and 50% Above wheat malt, hops, yeast and water. "Wheat beer" There is another name is called "white beer", from German Weissbier, English is called White Beer. The most famous representative of "White Beer" is the Berliner Weissbier from the Berlin area.
Types And Features
1.Pale Hefe-Weizen: It is characterized by a faint orange color, with the flavors and aromas of Phenol and Ester Fruity, particularly favored in Bavaria. 2.Dunkel Weizen: black wheat beer, and PaleHewe-Weizen is like, black wort, fruity flavor, low alcohol concentration. Weizen-Bock: It belongs to the higher proportion of wheat beer, alcohol degree between 7% to 8%, the color is darker than the Pale Hefe-Weizen, with a strong smell of wheat and hops. 4. Kristall Weizen: The filtered, clear color is a light wheat beer outside of Germany, best known as the "Edelweiss" wheat beer made in Austria. 5.Leichtes Weizen: belong to the lower calorie and alcohol, taste lighter wheat beer, bitter is not strong, the overall feeling is light and refreshing taste. 6.Berliner Weissbier: The wheat beer produced in Berlin, the capital of Germany, hangs on this label with mild lactic acid fermentation and a slight sourness with a 2.5% to 3.8% alcohol content and long-term preservation at low temperatures .