Dingslebener Dišt Pils

Brewed by Privatbrauerei Metzler
Dingsleben, Germany
4.9% Pilsener | 20 Ratings |
The private brewery Metzler in thing lives brews a new calorie-poor beer (Diat Pils) since December 1997 for calorie-conscious and Diabetic. Four bottles of this Dingslebener Diet Pils have as much calories as a slice of bread (25 gr.). This calorie-poor beer, from the private brewery Metzler, a beer is after Pilsener kind of brewing, with a master spice from 11 to 12 % and an alcohol content of 4,9 %. By the 100 percent fermentation of the Malzzuckers the alcohol content rises to 5,5 %. Too strongly for calorie-conscious and Diabetic. So must be extracted from the beer by a special procedure zirka 10 to 12 % of the alcohol. Conventional Diet beers have either too high an alcohol content or too little master spice. Only with the parameters: 11 to 12 % master spice as well as 4.9 % alcohol, it is called Diat Pils. According to the German purity requirement and the kind of brewing of the Dingslebener noble Pils. Taste: bitterly - herb smell: freshly Color: gold-yellow Foam: knows Master spice: 11 - 12 % alcohol: 4,9 %

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