Brewed by Erdinger Weissbräu
Style: Low Alcohol
Erding, Germany


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RATINGS: 521   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.32/5   EST. CALORIES: 12   ABV: 0.4%
ERDINGER Alkoholfrei is a refreshing isotonic drink. It provides the body with essential vitamins such as folic acid and vitamin B12 which help reduce fatigue, promote energy-yielding metabolism and support the immune system. Just one bottle (0,33l) of ERDINGER Alkoholfrei is a daily contribution to a healthy nutrion. ERDINGER Alkoholfrei is brewed under the strict Bavarian Purity Law, which means it is made from only highest quality, natural ingredients.

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Palme (4832) - Bergen, NORWAY - AUG 14, 2011
0.5l bottle. Pours a cloudy yellowish body with a big lacing fluffy and lasting white head. Aroma is rye and bready, with some notes of biscuits. Average carbonation, light-bodied and it has a watery to oily mouthfeeling. It’s quite sweet and bready also in the taste. Notes of flower-water and hints of nutts. Not much reminding me of an original Erdinger. Still, not horrible, but absolutely not to good either..

esp0r (2932) - NORWAY - AUG 7, 2011
Bottle at home

Orange hazy, big head. Smells of citrus and malts. Body is dominated by malts with some sweetness, but quite dry. No bitter finish. A very nice non alcoholic beer

NosirIwont (2607) - Husum, DENMARK - JUL 31, 2011
Bottle. Pours a dull hazy yellow, but with a big, fluffy white head. Good lacing. Aroma is hops, malt and cereals with a somewhat dusty feeling to it. Remote notes of yeast. Quite sweet, malty and cereal flavour. Sweet finish with notes of bread and a mild bitterness lingering. Overall pretty good for a non alcohol beer, although a bit too much on the sweet side. 31.07.11.

tfredvik (2055) - Oslo, NORWAY - JUL 29, 2011
Finally I get a weissbier with a real weissbier-ish head! It’s huge! And white! And fully lasting! And laces the glass pretty well! Too bad the clear, light amber body looks like your average pale lager, and the aroma is frightfully reminiscent of your average non-alcoholic beer. The former is easy to fix - there are plenty of sediments at the bottom of the bottle that can be whirled up. With sediments the body is more yellowish and cloudy. The aroma is sweet malts all over the place, but there is also a faint sweet fruity component. The taste is very sweet biscuity malty, but there is also a slight acidic touch. Do I also detect a whiff of yeast in the flavours? The body is very thin and watery with lively carbonation. All in all this is closer to a Clausthaler than the regular Erdinger. Dissapointing.

[50 cl bottle, from Meny Grønland, Oslo]

MaartenRF10 (1959) - Wageningen, NETHERLANDS - JUL 26, 2011
Ik ben geen liefhebber van pils. Goed, als het buiten 30 graden is, ik heb net drie uur gewandeld en dorst, dan wel. Doorgaans doe je me er geen plezier mee. Dan alcoholvrij bier. Alcoholvrij bier is als pils, maar dan veel minder lekker.

Gelukkig ontdekte ik bij toeval (vriendin zwanger) dat er ook lekker alcoholvrij bier is. Dat zijn de Duitse weizenbieren. Die gaan er prima in. Weihenstephaner, Franziskaner en Erdinger. Een uitkomst voor als je eens moet rijden of gewoon een keer geen alcohol wil. Ze doen wat mij betreft zeker niet onder voor pils, in tegenstelling zelfs. En het is zeker lekkerder dan een gewoon alcoholvrij bier.
Welke van de drie het lekkerst is weet ik nog niet, daar kom ik op terug.

12HundredBaud (262) - Sausalito, California, USA - JUL 14, 2011
50cl. bottle from a local supermarket. It pours a hazy golden liquid with some amber tones and with a massive spongy white head that lasts throughout the beer and leaves a little lacing. Pretty good! The aroma is wheaty, with some cardboard and sitant floral hops and dried apricots. It tastes likewise, with a low-medium sweetness and a little sourness. It feels oily, pleasant and mildly carbonated in the mouth, ending dry with a cardboardy and fruity aftertaste and a light bitterness. Ok presentation that makes it clear it is a non-alcoholic. Impressive for a 0.4ABV brew! You might even get used to n/a’s with stuff like this; a very nice effort. Refreshing and with just mild hints of that typical vinegary touch.

Niko100 (3000) - Chicago, New York, USA - JUL 11, 2011
Light straw color; Light body; Aroma and flavor of malt, yeast, light hops, some citrus, and grain; Overall, nothing exciting of course - but decent.

maledictum (800) - Pyongyang, NORTH KOREA - JUL 10, 2011
I’m not sure that non-alcoholic weizens make any sense when you can’t get the spice and banana of the yeast to show up in the non-alcoholic version. Not a terrible beer by any stretch of the imagination, just not worth the price.

Svesse (8831) - Hässelby, SWEDEN - JUL 3, 2011
(Bottle) Hazy golden yellow colour with lasting off-white head. Malty, grainy nose with notes of white bread, wheat-flour dough, cereal and hints of banana and clove. Malty taste with bread, wheat, cereal, some banana and a sugary sweetness in the finish. Thin body, fairly sweet. Decent for an alcohol free weissbier.

Kristall-König (2820) - Oldenburg, GERMANY - JUL 1, 2011
Die Optik ist erstaunlich gut. Der Geruch schwach hefig, metallisch. Geschmacklich zunächst weicher Eindruck mit süßlichen Akkzenten. Irgendwo läßt sich auch noch eine säuerliche Komponente ausmachen, was aber nebensächlich ist. Im Abgang honigartig.
Ziemlich lasches Gebräu mit stark süßem Honigaroma. Nicht gerade charakteristisch.

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