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Tap is the English word for tap and is often used in German in the context of craft beer. Many breweries have so-called tap rooms in which they offer their latest creations freshly tapped. Some craft beer bars organize tap takeovers, where the taps are taken over by fellow brewers and their beers, and you can often read in cafés and pubs which brews are currently "on tap".
The Schneider Weisse brewery from Munich has also appropriated the word tap. In order to have a better overview of their creations and the evolution of their taste, the brewery introduced a kind of numbering. TAP1 was the first beer with this special designation. Today we want to introduce you to TAP3: A white that has been around for more than 20 years.
However, TAP3 is no ordinary wheat beer. The dark amber drink contains barley and wheat malt, the finest hops, but no alcohol. With less than 0.5%, the Weisse can easily call itself alcohol-free. Fans appreciate the lightweight due to its refreshing and isotonic properties and enjoy the malty taste without regret. The aroma is made up of oven-fresh bread, aromatic honey, sun-ripened grain, creamy caramel and the classic banana note. The finish is sweet and tastes like clove.
Wasser, Weizenmalz, Gerstenmalz, Hopfen (Hallertauer Tradition), Hefe
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