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The wheat beer is one of the few beers that you can occasionally enjoy before four o’clock, even in conservative Bavaria. Normally, the rule "no beer before four" applies and out of respect for tradition and customs, people mostly stick to it. An exception is the wheat beer, which you can also drink in the morning as a culinary component of a very special breakfast. A hearty white sausage breakfast with pretzels, butter, sweet mustard and freshly chopped parsley simply needs a wheat beer. The creamy taste and fruity sweetness harmonize beautifully with the flavors of breakfast, while the tangy freshness of the beer perfectly balances the greasy sausage.
Of course, the wheat is also a pleasure without sausage. For example, we like to drink the Stettfelder Weisse from the Adler-Bräu. Their top-fermented wheat beer has an alcohol content of 5.4%, which is acceptable for the first half of the day, and delivers everything you would expect from a wheat beer.
The fine drop flows into the glass in a corn gold tinged with yeast veils and shimmers copper-red in the right light. A dense-pored head of foam completes the enticing look. A bouquet of oven-fresh bread, aromatic yeast, banana, pear, hay and cloves runs like a red thread through the beer and dominates the aroma and taste. The wonderfully creamy, velvety-soft texture tops off the drinking pleasure.
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, hops, yeast
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