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'''Weißbier literaty means white beer in Germany, because it was originally made at a time when the brewing method of regular light-colured lagers now known as Helles, had not yet been invented. All other Munich beers were then dark. Outside of Bavaria a Weißbier often called a Weizenbier (wheat beer) or simply a Weizen. Additionally, there are dark varieties of Weißbier known as Dunkel Weissbier or a Dunkelweizen.'''
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'''Weißbier literaty means white beer in Germany, because it was originally made when the brewing method of regular light-colured lagers now known as Helles had not yet been invented and all other Munich beers were dark. Outside Bavaria a Weißbier is usually called a Weizenbier (wheat beer) or simply a Weizen. Additionally, dark varieties of Weißbier are known as Dunkel Weissbier or Dunkelweizen.'''
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A traditional Weissbier glass holds half a litre of beer plus extra room for foam. Pouring a Weißbier requires a bit of practice, since the foam will otherwise likely overflow or be flat.
  
A traditional Weissbier glass holds half a litre of beer plus extra room for foam. Pouring a Weißbier requires a bit of practice, as otherwise the the foam will likely overflow or be too flat.
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== Additional information ==
 
== Additional information ==
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* [http://www.germanbeerguide.co.uk/hefeweiz.html germanbeerguide.co.uk/hefeweiz.html]
 
* [http://www.germanbeerguide.co.uk/hefeweiz.html germanbeerguide.co.uk/hefeweiz.html]
 
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFF5LBmJaS8
 
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFF5LBmJaS8
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* [[Media:Weissbierwalzer.mp3|Weihenstephaner's Weißbier Waltz]] (audio)
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68_ikd_nku0 Robot pouring a weissbier]
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDc2jGJi2d0 How to pour a Franziskaner] The old fashioned way.
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_uECFkzFac Franziskaner HefeWeizen Beer Geek Nation Beer Reviews]<br><br>
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Latest revision as of 19:16, 18 May 2018

Weißbier literaty means white beer in Germany, because it was originally made when the brewing method of regular light-colured lagers now known as Helles had not yet been invented and all other Munich beers were dark. Outside Bavaria a Weißbier is usually called a Weizenbier (wheat beer) or simply a Weizen. Additionally, dark varieties of Weißbier are known as Dunkel Weissbier or Dunkelweizen.


A traditional Weissbier glass holds half a litre of beer plus extra room for foam. Pouring a Weißbier requires a bit of practice, since the foam will otherwise likely overflow or be flat.

Additional information