These two patrons of World of Beer are enjoying their hefe-weizens ... at the same time.
In the foreground, she's sipping a weizen from from G. Schneider & Sohn (Kelheim, Bavaria, Germany). In the background, she's drinking a wheat beer adorned with a slice of fruit, an accouterment one would not see in Germany.
6 August 2012.
- "Weissbier is the classical wheat beer of Bavaria <...> Weissbier means "white beer" in German. This name derives from the yellowish-white tinge that is imparted by the pale wheat and barley malts from which the beer is made. Outside Bavaria, most weissbier is better known as hefeweizen, literally "yeast wheat" in German. This name is derived from the fact that it is a wheat-based beer that is usually packaged unfiltered, with plenty of yeast turbidity in the finished beer."
—The Oxford Companion to Beer
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