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The range of the Freigeist Bierkultur brewery only includes exceptional beers. Simple classics and down-to-earth beers are long sought here, instead Sebastian Sauer prefers to brew experimental craft beer with spectacular taste pairings and complex aromas. So we are not surprised that the exceptional brewer also puts his very own stamp on the Berlin whites.
Instead of making a flavored Berliner Weisse, the creative genius has rethought the entire concept of the beer style. For this flavor-intensive experiment, the brewer Sven Zerwas from the Tiny Winery has come to the side. Together they have created an irresistible Berliner Weisse, which is soured with fresh Mosel verjus instead of the conventional Brettanomyces. The juice from the unripe grapes of the Müller-Thurgau and Riesling grapes gives the beer its fine acidity and the character of a noble white wine.
The unusual beer flows into the glass in a light gold tone and is adorned with a small crown of airy foam. From the white splendor a bouquet of white grapes, green apple, tangy lemon and tart grapefruit rises into the nose. The initial taste reveals a dry body that combines elegant lightness with substance and a full-bodied taste. The Berliner Weisse is reminiscent of white wine with its fruity acidity and dry notes of light grapes and lemon, the hops bring balance and a touch of herbs into play.
Water, wheat malt, barley malt, verjuice, hops, yeast