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Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 4 Schneider Aventinus vs Aventinus Eisbock

Schneider Aventinus is the original Weizenbock and remains the gold bar standard by which all are judged. Aventinus Eisbock is concentrated version of it. Let's compare the two.

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Schneider Aventinus Eisbock

Schneider Aventinus Eisbock is a high octane version of their original Weizenbock. At 12%, it's dangerously drinkable and is full of dried fruit before the clean, semi-dry finish.

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Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 3 Schneider Aventinus vs Hopfenweisse

Weizenbock is one of Bavaria's creations and there are many great examples. Two very different ones are Schneider's seminal Aventinus and its collaboration with Brooklyn Brewing, Hopfenweisse.

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Schneider Hopfenweisse

Schneider Hopfenweisse is a great collaboration between Schneider Weissbier brewing giant and American craft beer innovator Brooklyn Brewing.

Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 1 Weizenbock

Weizenbock is one of Bavaria's creations and there are many great examples. Two are Aventinus and Pikantus. Let's compare.

Schneider Aventinus

Schneider Aventinus is the original Weizenbock and remains the standard by which all others are measure.

Erdinger Pikantus

Erdinger Pikantus is one of the classic Weizenbocks, with a rich malty palate that pairs well with strong cheeses and dark chocolate.

Ulrich Martin Weizenbock

Ulrich Martin is a traditional brewery lovingly restored by the man himself. The Weizenbock is a holiday treat, full of rich malt, yeast and a hint of banana bread before the clean finish.