Sharp and hoppy with a pronounced lemon juice character.
Crisp, bittersweet and cut through with clean, lemony hops. Rich, silky body but still very refreshing and quaffable.
Dry and full with a strong hoppy conclusion.
A treat. A high-quality German hell lager, as clean as a whistle and packed with character. One of the best bottled lagers I've tasted for some time. Unlike the other two Weltenburger beers tasted in this issue, this one is not produced at the monastery itself but at the Bischofshof brewery in Regensburg.