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In contrast to many beers that inspire either Hopheads or malt lovers, this one is one that combines both worlds in a delicious way. The Weiherer Keller-Bier is a balanced symphony of hops and malt that not only appeals to us, but also to the jurors of renowned competitions.
The naturally cloudy cellar from Kundmüller is a multiple award-winning beer specialty that wonderfully represents the character of Franconia. With 4.9% alcohol content, the traditional Zwickel beer is in the healthy average and is so tasty that it is better to have a second one in stock.
The Weiherer Keller flows into the glass in a finely clouded sun yellow and is adorned with a stately crown of snow-white, fluffy foam. A tempting scent of strong malt, tangy lemon and herbaceous hops rises from the airy splendor. The initial drink presents an honest, Franconian beer with a fine bitterness and a great malt bouquet. The lively carbonic acid makes the taste notes dance on the tongue and transports a lot of aroma to the palate. Earthy malt is accompanied by notes of spicy yeast, freshly mown grass, biscuits, honey, sun-dried straw and clean citrus fruits. The cellar from the tranquil village of Weiher is a balanced mixture of hops and malt that brings out both flavor carriers perfectly.
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