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    Weizenbock

    Aventinus, the world's oldest top-fermented wheat doppelbock, was created in 1907 at the Weisse Brauhaus in Munich using the 'Méthode Champenoise' with fresh yeast sediment on the bottom. It was Schneider's creative response to bottom-fermenting doppelbocks that developed a strong following during these times.

    A dunkel-weizen beer brewed to bock or doppelbock strength. Now also made in the Eisbock style as a specialty beer. Bottles may be gently rolled or swirled prior to serving to rouse the yeast.

    OGFGIBUsSRMABV
    1.064 - 1.080+ 1.015 - 1.022 15 - 30 12 - 25 6.5 - 8.0+%
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    Schneider Mein Hopfenweisse
    M monk   9 0 1 0

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    Serving types:
    • Bottled 500ML
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    Available Year-round
     
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    Schneider Mein Leichtes
    M monk   6 0 1 0

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    Serving types:
    • Bottled 12oz
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    Available Year-round
     
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    Schneider Unser Aventinus
    M monk   9 0 1 0

    Beer Information

    Serving types:
    • On Tap
    • Bottled 500ML
    Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
    Availability:
    Available Year-round
     
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    Weihenstephaner Vitus
    M monk   5 0 1 0

    Beer Information

    Serving types:
    • On Tap
    • Bottled 375ML
    Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
    International Bitterness Units (IBU):
    17 IBU's
    Availability:
    Available Year-round
     
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