Rothaus Wheat Beer (Rothaus Weizenzäpfle) 5.4% 330ml (33cl) Bottles
The traditional German wheat beer in a charming 330ml ‘Zäpfle’ bottle
The quintessential German Wheat Beer, Rothaus Weizenzäpfle is exactly the same beer as Rothaus Hefeweizen, just in the charming 330ml ‘Zäpfle’ bottle.
Rothuas Weizenzäpfle impresses with the very best ingredients. Quality wheat malt, the purest spring water, and aromatic hops from the Tettnang and Hallertau regions characterise this fresh and fruity beer speciality.
A traditional, top-fermented and unfiltered delight from one of the most respected German wheat beer brands in the world.
Ordering options: 12 x 330ml (33cl) bottles or 11 bottles plus a beautifully designed 1/2 pint wheat beer glass (Weiss Glass).
"Cloves, honey, ripe peaches, and juicy oranges - and just a touch of pepper. Great, and a real pleasure to drink." - Oliver Wesseloh (World champion beer sommelier)
Appearance: Fine-pored, white head, beautiful rich gold, nice thick cloudiness.
Aroma: Cloves, honey, ripe peaches and juicy oranges, a hint of pepper.
Flavour: The cloves intensify even further in the first sip. This is followed by a sweet fruit basket and a bit of cake. The effervescence is integrated well into the body. The body makes its presence known through subtle honey notes, but never becomes overwhelming. Toward the end, it tapers off with sweet fruits, of which the orange echoes the longest. Very nice wheat beer that features a fantastic fruitiness that is never overwhelming. Due to its comparably lean body for a wheat beer, it is incredibly easy to drink.
Special aspect: The effervescence of this specialty beer is enticing – as are its distinctive fruit notes. This true-blue Hefeweizen impresses the drinker, like all Rothaus beers, with the best ingredients and an extraordinary flavour – have you tried it yet?
Ingredients: Water, wheat malt, barley malt, hops, yeast (and that’s all!)
Alcohol content: 5.4% vol.
Bitterness units: 13
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Did You Know?
A German purity law wheat beer. (All Rothaus beers are made to the Reinheitsgebot, the German Beer Purity Law of 1516.)
‘Das weizen aus der flasche’ - ‘The wheat from the bottle’.