This holiday dunkelweizen practically unwraps itself with hints of Texas peaches and pecans. Caramelized malts give it a uniquely rich malt body that's perfect for the holidays. (Description provided by company)
Literally translated as "dark wheat", the Dunkelweizen is best thought of as a Hefeweizen that is brewed with the addition of darker malted barley as well as wheat.
The darker malted barley gives a light to dark brown color (still hazy due to the yeast) as well as typical roasted malt flavors (light sweetness, chocolate, roasted notes). These are balanced with typical banana- and clove-like fruity and spiced notes. Hop bitterness is low.
Best served cool, at 46-54 degrees, in a weizen glass or chalice.
Smooth and malty (Description provided by company)
Soft, malty, and full-bodied. The well-balanced taste is our dark weiss beer's great strength. Not only a good accompaniment to hearty meals. (Description provided by company)