Berliner-Style Weisse

Berliner-Style Weisse Beer

Berliner-Style Weisse is a type of beer that originates from Berlin, Germany. It is a wheat beer that is traditionally sour and has a very light body. Berliner-Style Weisse is usually served with a shot of syrup, which can be either sweet or savoury.

The beer gets its sour taste from the use of lactobacillus, which is a type of bacteria that ferments the sugars in wheat. The alcohol content of Berliner-Style Weisse is typically low, around 3% ABV. This makes it a refreshing and easy-to-drink beer, perfect for warm summer days. If you’re looking for something new to try, Berliner-Style Weisse is a great choice. You may be surprised by how much you enjoy its unique flavour.

Berliner-Style Weisse Details

  • Color: 2-4 SRM
  • Bitterness: 3-6 IBU
  • Alcohol: 2.8-3.4% ABV
  • Glass: Goblet
  • Temperature: 7-12°C
  • Color: Straw to Pale
  • Clarity: Clear to Hazy
  • Hop: Not perceived
  • Malt: Not Perceived

Berliner-Style Weisse Pairings

  • Food Pairing: French Fries, Potatoe Chips
  • Cheese Pairing: Soft-ripened Goat Cheese, Havarti, Chevre
  • Dessert Pairing: Fruit Salad

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