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90Delicious, easy to drink and perfectly balanced. Teasingly understated in the finish, which makes it very moreish.
Erdinger Hefe Weiss
83Not very full bodied but otherwise faultless. Conveys class while not being overly flavoursome.
75Easy-drinking, pleasant but uneventful.
75Everything that should be is in this hazy yellow beer, although rather subdued. Big, lively foam.
75Disappoints a little, lacking the flavour its cloudy amber colour and strength promise.
Reidenburger Weizen Premium
65An organic offering that delivers more than its nose promises.
83Flavour-packed and a revelation for anyone who thinks all beers taste much the same. Possibly just too complex for some palates, but perfect for sipping with a piece of fruit cake.
Schneider Weizen Hell
80A sharply refreshing, muddy-yellow-coloured beer.
Schneider Weizen Original
80A murky brown beer that, unless presented in the proper glassware, lacks visual appeal. The underplay of the main features makes it dangerously quaffable and moreish.
73Mellow and easy drinking. No great character but pleasant.
73A clean and quaffable bright beer, but perhaps a touch harsh in the finish.
Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier Dunkel
75Well-constructed and reliable beer from the world's oldest brewery (AD 1040).
Weizenland Weissbier Dunkel
73Unusual and adventurous but just fails to set the palate alight.
Weizenland Weissbier Hefetrub
65Marred by a touch of papery, oxidation character.
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