Gutmann Hefeweizen Non-alcoholic


The brewery was founded in 1707 when Fürstbischof Marquard II build a brewery in his castle in Titting, Bayern, Germany.

The brewery closed down in 1759 and was reopened in 1786 by Fürstbischof Johann Anton III. The brewery became part of Bayern in 1808 and in 1821 it was sold and was now privately owned. The brewery have been in the hands of the Gutmann family since 1855.

I bought this beer at a Bayern web shop at the price of 2,5 Euro for a 500 ml bottle at 0%.

A very hazy and compact beer with colour going from yellow to almost brown and with a heavy sediment.

A large head with fine bubbles on top, about 5 mm stays for the duration of the drink.

Light fruit aroma but aroma is dominated by the wheat.

Low CO2, some fruit taste but caramel and sweetness dominates. Not bad for a non-alcoholic beer.

Overall rating 75 / 100

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