Review of Benediktiner Weissbier

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Oh yeah y’all!!!  It’s time to crack open another brew for today’s craft beer review.  For this one I’m going to be trying the Benediktiner Weissbier produced by Klosterbrauerei Ettal / Ettaler Klosterbetriebe GmbH located in Ettal, Germany.

This will be my first ever beer from these guys and it’s always fun trying something new, so I’m looking forward to it.

I didn’t find much information from the website, klosterbrauerei-ettal.de, therefore let’s just get this thing poured and see what it’s all about.

Into the glass it goes.

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This brew came in a 16.9 oz. bottle and it had an ABV of around 5.0%.

It poured a very cloudy, hazy, dark orange color.  Some brighter, burnt orange and yellow highlights were shown around the edges and the bottom of the glass.  The cap was white, sized well, very soft and sort of rocky.  The retention time was more than solid…

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