Non-alcoholic beer II

Two Weissbier additions to the non-alcoholic range

We have tested non-alcoholic beers previously, so these two beers to add nicely to that group and bring our tested total up to round dozen non-alcoholic beers. Both beers are great brews for summer and readily available now. We purchased both from Jim’s Cellars on Edgeworth David Avenue in Waitara and the Paulaner Hefe Weissbier was also available at Aldi at the time of writing.

Beer - PaulanerPaulaner Hefe Weissbier

This is a Hefe Weissbier or wheat beer. It has a good mouth feel and taste. Available both in supermarkets and bottle shops this beer is a good example of a wheat beer at a reasonable price. Marked as non-alcoholic this beer has no alcohol at all. Brewed and bottled in Germany.

 Beer - FranziskanerFranziskaner Weissbier

Of the two new Weissbiers in our test, this was our preference, with a softer mouth feel, more flavour and a better wheat nose. All round, this is a good wheat beer. Available only via bottle shops, you will pay a little more for a 1/2 litre bottle of Franziskaner but it’s worth a few extra cents.

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