Weiherer Kellerbier

Weiherer Kellerbier

Viereth-Trundstadt (Weiher)
Style: Kellerbier

lightly filtered, golden
white, frothy
malt, citrus hops
Body: medium
, low carbonation
balanced, citrus hops up front
Finish: long, dry, slightly bitter

Served: on tap at the brewery

Impression:  On my return trip to Weiher, I had a few days to try many of their beers on tap. I started off with their signature Lagerbier and worked from there. Also, while you could get any of their many tap beers in the Biergarten, they were only served in half-liter pours and many of them in ceramic mugs. So, I had some beers twice to see what they looked like and thankfully in the restaurant you could get smaller pours in clear tasting glasses.  I had the Kellerbier right after the Lagerbier outside and found it similarly balanced but with less of a grain element. While it was hoppier, with a definite citrus hop presence, it was somehow less bitter. I quite liked it and at 4.9%, I could drink it all day out under their big leafy tree, but with so many to try, it’s just not possible. I would also have to say, I think I prefer the Lagerbier over it. That said, I liked it enough to have it in a small portion inside with dinner.

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