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  • Hefeweizen Four-pack

    Wheat malt is an important and typical flavor carrier for this beer variety. Just as with other beers, we work with a slightly higher original gravity of 12.5 % when brewing Rothaus Hefeweizen.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors (13 IBU’s), Rothaus Hefeweizen has an additionally important flavor component that’s typical for this variety: brewer’s yeast. For this beer variety, a top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented. In contrast to our other beers, our Hefeweizen is unfiltered when bottled.

  • Hefeweizen Zäpfle

    Wheat malt is an important and typical flavor carrier for this beer variety. Just as with other beers, we work with a slightly higher original gravity of 12.5 % when brewing Rothaus Hefeweizen.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors (13 IBU’s), Rothaus Hefeweizen has an additionally important flavor component that’s typical for this variety: brewer’s yeast. For this beer variety, a top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented. In contrast to our other beers, our Hefeweizen is unfiltered when bottled.

  • Hefeweizen

    Wheat malt is an important and typical flavor carrier for this beer variety. Just as with other beers, we work with a slightly higher original gravity of 12.5 % when brewing Rothaus Hefeweizen.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors (13 IBU’s), Rothaus Hefeweizen has an additionally important flavor component that’s typical for this variety: brewer’s yeast. For this beer variety, a top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented. In contrast to our other beers, our Hefeweizen is unfiltered when bottled.

  • Hefeweizen by the barrel

    Wheat malt is an important and typical flavor carrier for this beer variety. Just as with other beers, we work with a slightly higher original gravity of 12.5 % when brewing Rothaus Hefeweizen.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors (13 IBU’s), Rothaus Hefeweizen has an additionally important flavor component that’s typical for this variety: brewer’s yeast. For this beer variety, a top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented. In contrast to our other beers, our Hefeweizen is unfiltered when bottled.

  • Hefeweizen Zäpfle Six-pack

    Wheat malt is an important and typical flavor carrier for this beer variety. Just as with other beers, we work with a slightly higher original gravity of 12.5 % when brewing Rothaus Hefeweizen.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors (13 IBU’s), Rothaus Hefeweizen has an additionally important flavor component that’s typical for this variety: brewer’s yeast. For this beer variety, a top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented. In contrast to our other beers, our Hefeweizen is unfiltered when bottled.

  • Hefeweizen Party Keg

    Wheat malt is an important and typical flavor carrier for this beer variety. Just as with other beers, we work with a slightly higher original gravity of 12.5 % when brewing Rothaus Hefeweizen.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors (13 IBU’s), Rothaus Hefeweizen has an additionally important flavor component that’s typical for this variety: brewer’s yeast. For this beer variety, a top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented. In contrast to our other beers, our Hefeweizen is unfiltered when bottled.

  • Non-alcoholic Hefeweizen

    Rothaus Non-alcoholic Hefeweizen is brewed with wheat malt and brewer’s yeast, which is typical of the variety.

    Aside from the light bitter hop flavors of 14 IBU’s, it also has an original gravity of 14.5%. Just like its alcoholic counterpart, a hand-selected top-fermented yeast is used as opposed to one that’s bottom-fermented.

    Our Hefeweizen’s refreshing and fruity flavors are retained through the gentle dealcoholization process.

    In contrast to our Rothaus Non-alcoholic Tannenzäpfle, our Non-alcoholic Hefeweizen goes unfiltered to the bottling process.