Brewed by Hofbrauhaus Freising (Toerring)
Style: German Hefeweizen
Freising, Germany
Serve in Weizen


on tap

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RATINGS: 184   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.32/5   EST. CALORIES: 162   ABV: 5.4%

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Theydon_Bois (20497) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - AUG 12, 2012
Tap at the Brauhaus, simply titled ’Hofbrauhaus Freising - Weisse’ - 29/04/12. Pours a hazy/dirty orange with a good finger of frothy white head. Yeast, fruity ripe nana and a little clove on the nose. Toasty malt, nana, clove background spice bitterness. Medium bodied with a creamy finish.

Mariusz (12095) - Baden-Baden, GERMANY - JUL 22, 2012
Pours a cloudy, pale yellow with a white head. Nose is of yeast, sweet banana bread and spices. Taste is the same banana bread and spices.

kiwianer (3428) - Otorohanga, NEW ZEALAND - MAY 28, 2012
Das Bier Schäumt gut auf und die Schaumkrone fällt mittelmäßig schnell in sich zusammen. Geschmacklich gefällt es mir mittelmäßig, es ist ziemlich hefig und bananig. Im Nachgeschmack etwas fruchtig. Fazit: Durchschnitt Test vom 20.10.2008, Gebinde: Glasflasche Noten: 11,8,8,9,12,8 - 8,65

fdomig (1028) - München, GERMANY - MAY 16, 2012
UPDATED: JUN 14, 2017 500ml bottle. Aroma is yeast and sweet fruits. Appearance is cloud orange with a hughe white head. Has a light sour, then light bitter and in the end a light sweet taste. Feels somehow metalic and not so nice in the mouth. Overall not my favorite Weizen.

BlackHaddock (7586) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 18, 2012
Third beer of my German tasting evening, 2nd July 2010. This brown half litre bottle was poured into one of my ’Franziskaner’ Weissbier glasses (the beer was best before 3rd Nov 2010). This is one of the best Hefeweizen I’ve had, very impressed: The beer had a great cloudy body, leaning towards the orange side of dirty yellow, the cracking white head was a stayer, lasting to the last drop of beer. The nose was all you’d expect, great waves of vanilla with banana esters following up behind, lovely. Nutmeg appeared in the mix too. Refreshing and very drinkable, the usual hefeweizen flavours combining to produce a very good beer and one I’ll look out for in future.

Saurononline (135) - Madrid, SPAIN - MAR 19, 2012
From a really small brewery in North Munich, one of the best Hefeweizen I’ve ever tried, really hard to find, but definitely worth the work...

Grima (2506) - Merzkirchen, RLP, GERMANY - FEB 4, 2012
Sorry for the german rating, but this is a lousy rating from my "newbie" time (2007-2009), and it’s not worth of being translated. I just added it for the statistics, and to complete my backlog!
Schaut im Glas exzellent aus. Riecht genau so, wie ein Weizen riechen muss... Schmeckt vollmundig und schön hefig. Im Nachgeschmack kommt das Fruchtige un Bananige sehr gut hervor.

ganache (6037) - New Jersey, USA - JAN 2, 2012
Bottle by 05.02.12. Big wheaten nose with low citrus and a high mineral/yeast content. Hazy yellow body with a jiggling creamy white head. Creamy but still crisp full body, main notes are vanilla and wheat, relatively dry and on the estery side.

Embrouille (2854) - SWITZERLAND - DEC 19, 2011
Bottled 50cl. German Hefeweizen Nr. 100. Tall head. Inviting spicy yeasty nose. Strong carbonation. Banana throughout. Nice yeast profile. Minty finish. Thanks a lot jonas!

laiti (8507) - Tampere, FINLAND - NOV 27, 2011
50 cl bottle, rated on 21.09.2009
Murky and orange, head that looks like plastic. Aroma is typical to weisse with banana, wheat and hints of yeast. Flavour is also rather typical with fresh banana, wheat and flour. The aftertaste lingers for a long time. Very typical hefe.

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