More information about Kaiserweisse
TYRELL Kaiserweisse is a strong beer in the classic style of a Berliner Weisse, from sour fermentation. In its heyday, the 1920s, it was also called Riesling or Champagne Weisse. At that time it was already a beer for the special moment.
Kaiserweisse is brewed according to a process from the 1920s. This involves multiple fermentations with different cultures of yeast and lactic acid bacteria, which in unison produce a wonderful taste experience of acidity, fruit and malty tones. Post-fermentation aging takes place in the bottles, following the tradition of the Sandweisse. This Berliner Weisse was buried in the sand of the Mark Brandenburg and only drunk after years. How you proceed with your Kaiserweisse is of course up to you. The brewmaster always recommends buying 2 at once, one to enjoy directly and one to store (or bury?).