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The Orgelweiße owes its unusual name to a very special campaign: the very first brew of this wheat beer was brewed to collect money for the new organ in the Memmelsdorf church. In the early 1990s, the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary underwent a major renovation, which included replacing the aging organ. Such an instrument costs a lot of money and the Drei Kronen brewery, located right next to the church, wanted to help. All proceeds from the Orgelweißen were donated at the time and made a significant contribution to the purchase of the new organ.
When the brewery was handed over to its current bosses, among other things, the recipe for the fine wheat emerged. The young brewers took up the specialty again and gave it new splendor with small changes and refinements. Today, the Orgelweiße is part of the brewery’s core range and is the favorite beer of many of its customers.
The beer, brewed seasonally between April and October, has a warm honey tone and is crowned with a small crown of beige foam. In the nose and on the tongue, the Bavarian classic presents itself with fine malt, strong yeast, berry notes, hints of citrus, tart hops and a lively character.
Water, barley malt, spelt malt, wheat malt, hops, yeast