Will-Bräu Hefe Weizen bottle

weissbier in glass with bottle
Will-Bräu Hefe Weizen

Brewery: Hochstiftliches Brauhaus in Bayern (formerly Will-Bräu)
Town: Motten

Style: Weizen 5.5
Color: lemony honeycomb

white, rocky, chiffon like, yeasty
Nose: fruity, yeasty

Body: medium

Palate: fruity, yeasty
Finish: lingering

Served: from a bottle bought in Ostheim

Impression: I saw some beer from an unknown brewery to me, Will-Bräu and a friend confirmed their authenticity as a Franconian brewery. It’s evidently been bought up by a Fulda brewery but still brew on the premises. Seem to feel more Bavarian if the blue and white on their labels mean anything but fine looking and well made they are. One of the nicest and most refreshing looking Weizens I’ve ever seen. The chiffon like rocky head is lasting and light fruity nose is laced with yeast and cotton candy. It’s very slightly thin on flavor but the lingering finish isn’t cloying and makes it a rare I could drink two Weizens for me.

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