No beer is more synonymous with Germany than Weisse Beer, or wheat beer. According to the Rheinheitsgebot (the German purity law), wheat beer was only to be brewed for the aristocracy. So, here’s an upper class, non-alcoholic beer from Maisel’s, who brew the world’s finest wheat beers in Bayreuth, Bavaria.
Tip: Open and leave for a few minutes, then pour and enjoy!
Incidentally it is made in a town called Bayreuth which is the home town of Richard Wagner (19th century German composer).
Give it a try and tell us what you think!
Country: Bavaria, Germany Style: Wheat Alcohol: <0.5% ABV
per 100ml serve
103 kJ / 24 kcal