Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Kaiserdom - Hefe Weizen

A wednesday would not be a wednesday without a weissbier blog, would it ?

Light aroma of malt, wheat, yeast and banana from the pour.

HefeWeizen pours cloudy yellow to orange with a dense white head. A light and sweet intake with wheat, yeast and lighter touches of banana and cloves. The finish is dry and wheaty with a light citrus bitterness. This has a very short aftertaste of cloves and citrus. Softly carbonated, the mouthfeel is light and a bit watery.

While this tastes good enough it is a bit too watery for my liking. Easy drinking and all the standard hefeweizen flavours are present but it is all very average. I do factor in that this is sold as a discount ( very cheap) beer here so there is a little value for money with this one. I have no problem with buying or drinking this again. Summing up, an extremely average watery German hefeweizen.

This scored 4/10 on the ' discount weiss, wheat, hvede, wit ?' Beerometer.

Alc : 4.7%
Where to buy CPH : All larger Superbrugsen, Kvickly & Fakta supermarkets.

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