Category Archives: White Beers

Described in the book, 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die as:

The majority of beers that are called white are wheat beers; some are blond and some are amber. The use of the word “white” has it’s root in a time when most beers were dark, but beers made with a significant amount of malted wheat in the mash were lighter and hence called “white.”

Grolsch Premium Weizen

Brewery: Grolsch | www.grolsch.nl Country of Origin: Netherlands First Brewed: 2005 Alcohol Content: 5.5% ABV Date drunk: 05 February 2011 Bottle/Cask: Bottle Location: Home Purchased: Gift Beer No 4 of 1001 Notes: Not generally a fan of Wheat beers and … Continue reading

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