Munkebo Folkvang

Brewed by Munkebo Mikrobryg
Kerteminde, Denmark
5% German Hefeweizen | 45 Ratings |
Danish: Weißbier er en bayersk øl, hvor en betydelig del af malten er hvede og traditionerne går langt tilbage i den bayerske bryghistorie. I det nordlige Tyskland, er den bedre kendt som hefeweizen. Stilen er især kendt for sin lave humlebitterhed og relativt høje kulsyre, som er vigtig for at afbalancere øllets maltsødme og et fast, cremet og langvarigt skum. Den er gæret af en speciel udvalgt sydtysk gær som ved de højere gæringstemperaturer giver skønne noter af nellike og banan. En skøn øl som bør nydes i et stort glas for at lade dufte og aromaen træde frem og fylde glasset. Serveres gerne sammen med fisk og andre lette retter. Den lette humlebitterhed giver en forfriskende og letdrikkelig øl. Serveres ufiltreret ved en 5-7 grader celsius. Freja er en af de vigtigste gudinder i nordisk mytologi. Hun er frugtbarhedsgudinden og den skønneste af alle gudinder. Hun kører ofte i en vogn trukket af store katte og bor på en af de største gårde i Asgård som hedder Folkvang og ejer halssmykket Brísingamen.

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