If you know me or of me, you will know I like beer. Over the last few years I have been collecting photos of every new beer I have.
I now have over 2,000 individual beers photographed and have realised that many beers that I assumed I have photos of, I haven't.

This blog will be therefore be an account of my quest for new beers to photo and how I enjoyed them (or not).
My email is ralphgant@sky.com.

Monday, 20 February 2017

Last of my box of Hefe Weizen from Germany

Well it took some time to get through this box of wheat beer from Germany, not because it wasn't very nice, its just that it was in the fridge and I was drinking other beers.

Overall the whole box of these beers was excellent and I would drink them all again. It looks like I will have to arrange another trip to Germany, this time just to collect new beers.

The previous beers from this box were covered on here, see below for the write ups

My box of Hefe Weizen from Germany (one)

My box of Hefe Weizen from Germany (two)

My box of Hefe Weizen from Germany (three)

My box of Hefe Weizen from Germany (four)

Oettinger, Hefeweibbier from Germany

Oettinger, Hefeweibbier, Germany Oettinger, Hefeweibbier, Germany

4.9% cloudy gold with a thin head, all the usual aromas and tastes of a really nice wheatbeer.

König Ludwig, Weissbier Hell from Germany

König Ludwig, Weissbier Hell, Germany König Ludwig, Weissbier Hell, Germany

5.5% cloudy gold with a thin head, again all the usual aromas and tastes of a nice wheatbeer, banana, wheat, etc.

Hornecker, Hefe-Weizen Export Hell from Germany

Hornecker, Hefe-Weizen Export Hell, Germany Hornecker, Hefe-Weizen Export Hell, Germany

5.2% cloudy pale yellow in colour with a good but receding head, relay good aroma, a good tasty Hefe-Weizen.

Wolferstetter, Dunkles Weizen from Germany

Wolferstetter, Dunkles Weizen, Germany Wolferstetter, Dunkles Weizen, Germany

5.2% cloudy dark brown in colour with a thin head, relay good aroma and a good Dunkles Weizen taste

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