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On a golden summer evening, floral vines crawl over the garden fence with a friendly conversation of friends, laughter from time to time, and the sound of a wine cup. The afterglow of the sun lit up the cloudy and crisp liquid that made it brighter. The wine head, like a dense, protein cream foam, seemed to fall into the sea of sunshine, like a piece of art that was held in the "high foot vase" at the end of the mouth. The beer of wheat is like the bright sunshine.

贵妇品啤酒.jpgWeizenbier is called (Weissbier) "white beer", but the color of his body is either golden like a matured rice field or deep in the sky before dawn. "White" lies in the rough and persistent carbonated bubbles of high protein in the fermenting wheat and the foam of protein.


A soft drink of apple, banana, vanilla, and lilac immediately wanders on the tip of the tongue. A balanced but not greasy sweetness is accompanied by the taste of malt and hops like the clouds. Licking a circle of white lips and slipping down the throat. The cloudy wine, which is not considered, contains yeast that is rich in amino acids and minerals and helps digestion.


What is the story of the beauty of the wheat beer in this world is a coincidence, and the "nobility in the beer" and the German aristocracy were "extinct" and resurrected. What is the story of this?


This should be said 500 years ago. In 1516, William IV of the grand public of Bavaria issued a very famous law for the people of the country. He is the beer "pure law", which stipulates that only barley, hop and water can be used to make wine, and the wheat is forbidden to make wine in order to bake good bread.


Aristocrat is aristocrat, a big aristocrat from Degenberg in 1548, Freiherr von Degenberg, (to know that the German name in the middle with a von is not good to provoke, von behind but his home seal, such as Otto von Bismarck Otto von Bismarck, know ruthless) one day von De The big aristocrat of Genberg did not know from which cave to pick up a lost Wulin book. He decided to look at the great law of wheat and beer brewing, so the law was to be practiced. What's the pure law? This king is an aristocrat! You can't make a wheat beer with your money. So the wheat beer was so made by this noble. Because of its high beauty and sweet smell, sweet taste is favored in the aristocratic circles.

It was not until 1602 that the king of Bavaria, Maximilian IV, who loved the wine, put the "Weissbier" into the palace, and the wheat beer officially became "Royal beer".
But the "purity law" is clearly established by the royal family. This "wheat" status is not right. Why can't the people go to the palace? The clever minister had a point. The Bavaria beer was fermented at low temperature, and the wheat beer was different. It was used as a yeast that produces the 4- vinyl alcohol deity. It was fermented, and it was the yeast that brought the sharp fruit and lilac flavor of the brewery. It can't be shackled by the pure law. Xiao Min once said, however, that scholars, however, kept their mouths scattered.

At the time of moving forward, the privileges of the aristocrats gradually lost their hands as the iron hoofs of Napoleon stepped into the four sides of Europe. The wheat beer also fell to the folk, lost the nobleman's coat, and lost the sense of mystery, and the Pearson Pilsner beer army was also forgetting the wheat beer. After the end of World War II, the last wheat brewery was closed, and German talents realized losing and started the "wheat beer revival campaign". Today, wheat beer is the most popular beer in Bavaria.

The white beer brewed by de Man has all the beauty of the wheat beer, the rich and dense protein foam, the crisp malt flavor with the aroma of fruit and the lilac flavor, and the liquor containing the yeast. About 7 degrees of ice is most suitable for drinking. It's the best social beer.