Taste: Tart, Citrus, Salt
First brewed in the early 13th Century in Goslar, Germany, this light and tart wheat beer is “kettle-soured” by steeping raw pilsner malt in the warm wort before boiling. After souring for approximately 24 hours, the wort is boiled, then coriander is added during the whirlpool. After fermentation, natural sea salt is added.
ABV: 4.7% // IBU: 5 // OG: 11.6
Available to enjoy in the Biergarten, or to go in 5-gallon kegs, growlers, and 4-packs of 16oz cans.