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)
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.
Lil’ Raspy is a little sensitive. He’s low ABV, got a soft, white, fluffy cap and the raspberry puree he’s brewed with gives him a pinkish hue. And that makes people think he isn’t tough.
A fresh take on our popular summer seasonal - this German influenced, kettle-soured wheat beer bursts with flavor. With notes of fresh-squeezed lemonade and a light, crisp body, this beer offers a refreshing experience that pairs well warm summer weather in Lower Alabama.
Our interpretation of the classic Berliner Weisse style. A funky wheat ale with a refreshingly bright fruity sourness and tart finish. Just the thing for the summer heat in The South! (Description provided by company)
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.
Refreshing, American Wheat, Dry Tart Finish
Live Yeast, Store Cold, Drink Fresh
Hand Crafted, Unreasonably Good Beer (Description provided by company)
Refreshing and tart. Made with Bohemian pilsner malt, white wheat, and Mt. Hood hops.Napolean himself dubbed the Berliner Weisse Ale the Northern Champagne.You will create your own endless summer with a pint of our DeSoto Berliner Weisse Ale brewed with raspberries.
Troublesome's meaner cousin will flail your tongue as hard as he can, but being such a little guy, you'll probably just pucker a bit. Spawned through an overnight kettle souring with our house lactobacillus culture, the wort emerges furious at what we did to it.
Nomads; constantly moving, 'round and 'round; sometimes settle, if just for a bit. Perhaps the muse moves one to brew a sharp and clean session beer, one inspired by the Berliner-weisse of old, and the nomad rests.
Sadly, there are only a few breweries left in Berlin still brewing the Berliner Weisse style, which is characterized by its intense tartness (some say sour). There were once over 70 breweries in Berlin alone making this beer!