Hefeweizen ABV 6.0%. IBU 12 Fermentables: Pils, Wheat, CaraPils Hops: Santiam, Hallertau Hefeweizen is a type of German wheat beer. “Hefe” means yeast and “Weizen” means wheat. And what we have here is a wheat-heavy beer fermented with an estery, phenolic yeast. We fermented at a warmer temperature to promote the production of fruity esters like isoamyl acetate, which smells and tastes like banana. The yeast also produces phenols like 4-vinyl guaiacol, which has a spicy clove-like character. There is a heightened acidity, which together with the wheat lends a …
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Roggenbier (5.0%) Fermentables: 2-Row, Munich, CaraHell, Rye Hops: Sterling Roggenbier is a somewhat obscure German-style rye beer. Ours is fermented with a traditional Weizen yeast, which contributes spicy clove and subtle banana. It’s quite similar to the more familiar Hefeweizen style but with a warm, bready malt character and fuller mouthfeel.
Hefeweizen ABV 5.3% IBU 10