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The Franconian brewing landscape has a large number of Helles to offer. Distinguished by the mild taste and the beautiful light yellow color, the Helle enjoys great popularity among beer drinkers. This also fits in perfectly with the Hell from the Greif brewery. The brewery, based in Forchheim in Franconia, has been brewing its beers since 1848. Part of the brewery’s wide range of products is their Greif-Bräu Hell, which, like all other beers, is made exclusively from raw materials from the region.
Golden yellow, finely filtered and with a large, dense and stable flower, the Greif-Bräu Hell is a real feast for the eyes for every beer lover. Pleasantly full-bodied and soft to taste, the taste of the traditional light beer is convincing. A scent of slightly fruity grain and the soft texture make the Greif-Bräu Hell a light and tasty treat. Medium-bodied and with a fantastic recency, the grain has typical malty aromas, but also a slight sweetness in taste. The pleasantly sparkling carbon dioxide and the balanced body of the beer make it an irresistible beer pleasure. The hop flavor is more in the background. The Greif-Bräu Hell impresses with its soft, tasty texture and the perfect effervescence on the tongue. Strong in the aftertaste with notes of floral hops.
The Greif-Bräu Hell is a true classic among beers and irresistibly tasty. Whether freshly tapped or chilled from the bottle.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast