Hauf Helles Vollbier
Style: Helles 5%
Head: white, creamy, rocky
Nose: malty, light grain
Palate: malty, lightly grainy
Finish: clean, semi-dry
Served: from a bottle in Dinkelsbühl
Impression: Nice looking golden Helles with an impressive rocky head and lightly grainy nose. While not as hoppy as their Edel-Hell on tap, this is a much drier and cleaner beer than their Export. It’s not overly tasty but the grain element is well-integrated and the finish is clean, making for an easy to drink 5% session beer.
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