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WIT non-alcoholic beer - orange peel & coriander

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2,51 (€7,61 per l) + 0,08€ Bottle deposit
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Content: 0,33l
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Delivery to Germany: 5,80
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fruity orange and aromatic refreshing coriander
Bitterwert (IBU) 30
Herkunft Bavaria, Germany
Alkoholgehalt 0.45% vol.

More information about WIT non-alcoholic beer

Wit beer is a traditional Belgian beer style, also brewed with wheat. With the ever increasing popularity of non-alcoholic beer, we want to try and add a new style to the non-alcoholic beer landscape.

The Wit is a non-alcoholic beer in the style of a Belgian Wit beer. The non-alcoholic character is created with a special yeast that cannot ferment malt sugar. During the boiling of the wort, as well as for the storage of the beer, Curacao orange peel as well as crushed coriander seeds are traditionally added.

Location:
Nittenau
Country:
Germany
Content:
0,33 Liter
Manufacturer:
Brewery Nittenau
Grain and malt varieties:
Barley, Oats, Wheat
Optimal drinking temperature:
4 °C
Ingredients:
Water, wheat malt, barley malt, oat flakes, orange peel, coriander, yeast
Drink type:
Non-alcoholic drink based on malt
Food companies:
Brauhaus Nittenau, owner J. Jakob, Wulkersdorfer Straße 4, 93149 Nittenau
Nutritional values per 100g:
Energy‍: 108 kJ/26 kcal | Carbohydrates‍: 5.4 g | Fat‍: 0 g | of which saturated fatty acids‍: 0 g | Protein‍: 0.4 g | Salt‍: < 0.006 g

Nittenauer Bier Lagerhalle
Progressive technologization has led to an ever greater approximation of taste in the large-scale industrial production of beer. On the one hand, there are no longer any regional differences, since any desired chemical parameter can easily be achieved by technological means. On the other hand, with the existing price war, the purely profit-oriented brands are interested in keeping their costs as low as possible: Faster production techniques, fewer hops, shorter storage, less flavor. This equalization of taste not only leads to beers from different brands becoming more and more similar and tasting almost the same. It has even gone so far that different styles of beer from industrial breweries taste the same and differ only on the label. The trend toward neutral one-size-fits-all beer and neutral one-size-fits-all taste. In times of such tightrope walks along the purity law on the part... [Read more]
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