The Craft Corner

Perfecting the Pour of Schell’s Hefeweizen

First brewed in 1984, Schell’s Hefeweizen is made with a blend of wheat malt and barley malts. The second-oldest family-owned brewery in the country uses an authentic wheat beer yeast culture, which gives the beer a fruity ale character dominated by a citrus-like tartness. Refreshingly light character with a higher than normal carbonation level. Straw-colored and cloudy from the unfiltered yeast left in suspension. Notes of banana and clove with a slight bready malt flavor.


Brewmaster, Jace Marti, explains multiple ways to pour Schell’s Hefeweizen in the video below.

Share your perfect pour of Schell’s Hefeweizen on social media using the hashtag #SchellsPerfectPour!

Specs
Beer Style: Bavarian Wheat
Alcohol by Volume: 4.75%
Characteristics: Fruity, ale character with undertones of banana and clove.

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