Berliner Weissbier

The lightest in color of the German wheat beers, the Berliner Weissbier is brewed using warm-fermenting yeast and lactobacillus culture.

The pale-colored beer is often cloudy and bottle conditioned, with a fairly light body. Flavors and aromas are sharp, fruity, citrusy, and tart, with almost no hop bitterness to speak of. Traditionally, these beers are served with either a raspberry (Himberee) or woodruff (Waldmeister) syrup to help balance the sourness.

Best served cool, at 46-54 degrees, in a pint glass, chalice, or goblet.

Victory Blackboard Series: Berliner Weisse with elderflower

Beer Style: 
ABV: 
5.20% ABV
Looks: 
5
Smell: 
5
Taste: 
5
Overall: 
5

Pale in color with a noticeable haze, this Berliner Weisse pours with fluffy white foam. Malt aromas combine with woody, spicy, and vanilla notes. Tart and sour flavors balance well with a floral, mildly sweet finish. (Description provided by company)

Paradise Now Raspberry Berliner Weisse

Beer Style: 
ABV: 
5.20% ABV
Looks: 
4
Smell: 
4
Taste: 
4.5
Overall: 
4

TrimTab Berliner Weisse is a tart, refreshing wheat ale that is brewed with raspberry and tart cherry puree. Bready wheat notes provide a soft background and delicate mouthfeel, while the fruit and acidic flavors contrast to create a very refreshing, but undeniably unique summer style.

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