One of my go-to beers. Relaxing after a long day.
Weihenstaphaner Hefe Weissbier
Wheat Ale /5.4% ABV / Germany
- Tasting Notes
- Banana, Fresh, Fruity, Yeasty
- Food Pairing
- Salads & Greens, Cheese - Hard Aged
- Suggested Glassware
- Weizen Glass
- Suggested Serving Temperature
- 45-50° F
A 99 from Beer Advocate, this beer has a sparkling reputation. Aromas of banana, clove and peppery spice make this incredibly appealing. Some citrus fruit and malts characterize the taste, with great balance and good carbonation. A truly outstanding hefeweizen.View all products by WeihenstephanerCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
BrianVerified BuyerJan 14 2022Verified Buyer JonathanVerified BuyerAug 24 2021Verified Buyer
I ordered bottles and got cans
KatieVerified BuyerMar 17 2021Verified Buyer
Love German beer. It isn’t easy to find everywhere. Everybody wants IPA. Very happy that Cole’s carries this.
Ashley L.Verified BuyerJan 1 2021Verified Buyer
Very smooth, was delightfully surprised, the taste was not harsh but pleasant and light.
EricVerified BuyerDec 3 2020Verified Buyer
A little heavy on the clove..... but was smooth.
DannyVerified BuyerJul 6 2020Verified Buyer
KristenVerified BuyerJul 2 2020Verified Buyer
This is a new brand to the hefe’s I usually pick and it’s a favorite in my book
LouieVerified BuyerJun 22 2020Verified Buyer
If you like Hefes you’ll love this. Complex flavor and light weight. Perfect summer beer.
JoseVerified BuyerJun 9 2020Verified Buyer
When I traveled to Europe a few years ago I was introduced to the hefeweissbier variety via Erdinger and Paulaner, but upon experiences with those as well as Franziskaner, I finally came across Weihenstephan, and from that moment forwards, I became a believer in the World's Oldest Brewery. I love their hefe weissbier the most but their Vitus also tickles my fancy. I highly recommend this beer to anyone who wants to taste history. I also must urge any new drinkers to please make sure to properly agitate the bottle so you may fully enjoy the yeast at the bottom and how it makes the beer that much more perfect.
MichaelVerified BuyerJun 8 2020Verified Buyer
A classic. My all-time favorite.