Brewed in
Germany, Loved
WorldWide

Our brew masters only use water, malt, hops and yeast to create a wide range of authentic German styles. From Pilsner to Weizen and from Schwarzbier to Radler: each beer is refreshing and full of character. Discover the rich beer tradition and culture that Germany has to offer. Prost!

AUTHENTIC GERMAN STYLES

AUTHENTIC GERMAN STYLES

Weidmann
Pilsner

German lager
4,8%
Clear and malty with hints of spicy hops
Soft and malty
Light and accessible with a refreshing finish
Bottom-fermented
Gold
Medium
3ºC

From our own source
Mix of Pilsner malt and Munich maltFor a malty taste
For a deep golden colour
Hallertau hopsFor a mild bitterness and spicy taste
Pilsner yeast

Nachos
Hot chicken wings
Indian dishes
Mild cheese

Weidmann
Hefeweizen

German wheat beer
5,4%
Fruity and spicy, with hints of banana and cloves
Lightly grainy, slightly hoppy and a bit of sour-sweetness of wheat
Full-bodied, creamy and round
Top-fermented
Dark gold
Low
3ºC

From our own source
Use of Wheat malt next to Pilsner malt and Munich maltFor a fuller body and a silky, creamy texture
For a long-lasting and thick foam head
For a bready and grainy-sweet malt character
Hallertau hops
Weizen yeastFor tones of banana, nutmeg and cloves
Not filtered after fermentation, leaving it hazy

Fried calamares
Ceaser salad
Wienerschnitzel
Tropical fruit

Weidmann
Dunkelweizen

German wheat beer
5%
Fruity and spicy, with hints of banana, cloves, caramel and bread crust
Grainy flavor with rich caramel, toast character, slightly hoppy and a bit of sour- sweetness of wheat
Full-bodied, creamy and round
Top-fermented
Red brown
Low
3ºC

From our own source
Use of dark Wheat malt next to Pilsner malt and Munich maltFor a fuller body and a silky, creamy texture
For a long-lasting and thick foam head
For a bready flavor with caramel and toasty notes
German bitter hops
Weizen yeastFor tones of banana, nutmeg and cloves
Not filtered after fermentation, leaving it hazy

Smoked ham
Roast chicken
American-style BBQ
Gouda cheese

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Schwarzbier

German dark beer
5%
Malt character with notes of chocolate and dark caramel
Light roasted malt flavor with bitter chocolate palate
Fairly dry with some residual sweetness
Bottom-fermented
Black
Medium
3ºC

From our own source
Mix of Pilsner malt, Munich malt and roasted maltFor a chocolate sweetness
For a dark colour
German bitter hopsFor a noble hop bitterness
Pilsner yeast

Roasted almonds
Garlic mushrooms
Grilled black angus beef
Chocolate pie

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Radler

German beer mix
2,4%
Sweet and fruity
Fresh, soft, citrusy and balanced sweet
Soft, round body with a refreshing and crisp finish
Bottom-fermented
Straw
Low
3ºC

From our own source
Mix of Pilsner malt and Munich malt
German bitter hops
Pilsner yeast
Mix of 50% unfiltered Weidmann Pilsner and 50% lemonadeFor a refreshing and accessible taste
For a good balance of bitter and sweet
For a naturally cloudy appearance

Steamed mussels
Fruit salad
Pulled porc
Lemon cheese cake

Pure & natural ingredients

Tradition is a huge part of the Weidmann story. Our beers are crafted according to the 1516 German Purity Law. Our brew masters continue to use only the finest malt, noble hops and pure water from our own source.

Malt

This ingredient is responsible for your beer’s colour, taste, aroma and the foam head. Barley produces a bready, toasted, caramel or roasted taste.

Hops

Responsible for the bitter taste and the fruity, floral & spicy aroma of a beer. It works as a conservative and is available as bitter hops and aroma hops.

Water

On average, a beer consists of 90% water. The salts, minerals and hardness of the water all have an impact on the beer’s appearance, taste and aroma.

Yeast

A single cell organism that is very important for the beer’s taste. It gives beer the aromas of banana, rose, apple, aniseed, almonds, cloves and pepper.

Traditional Craftmanship

1. Malting

The barley (and wheat) is warmed and moistened causing it to sprout. Afterwards it is dried and ground into a substance called ‘grist’.

2. Mashing

The grist is mixed with hot brewing water and heated to different temperatures. The starch is converted into fermentable brewing sugars.

3. Lautering

The mash is pumped into the lauter tun, where the solid components (grains) are separated from the soluble components (the wort).

4. Boiling

The wort is boiled for about 60 minutes in the wort copper, while the hops are added. Their bitter and aromatic ingredients are dissolved in the wort.

5. Cooling

After whirlpooling, where sediment parts are liberated, the wort has to be cooled quickly. The temperature is brought down to a constant 8ºC.

8. Packaging

After careful quality analysis, the beers are now ready to be filled in bottles, cans and kegs. Final step: shipping to beer fans all over the world!

7. Storing

The beer is stored for several weeks at 0ºC for maturation. Some beers are then filtered to remove remaining sediments and yeast cells.

6. Fermenting

The wort is pumped into fermentation tanks and yeast is added, causing the malt sugars to convert into alcohol and carbon dioxide.

The barley (and wheat) is warmed and moistened causing it to sprout. Afterwards it is dried and ground into a substance called ‘grist’.

The grist is mixed with hot brewing water and heated to different temperatures. The starch is converted into fermentable brewing sugars.

The mash is pumped into the lauter tun, where the solid components (grains) are separated from the soluble components (the wort).

The wort is boiled for about 60 minutes in the wort copper, while the hops are added. Their bitter and aromatic ingredients are dissolved in the wort.

After whirlpooling, where sediment parts are liberated, the wort has to be cooled quickly. The temperature is brought down to a constant 8ºC.

The wort is pumped into fermentation tanks and yeast is added, causing the malt sugars to convert into alcohol and carbon dioxide.

The beer is stored for several weeks at 0ºC for maturation. Some beers are then filtered to remove remaining sediments and yeast cells.

After careful quality analysis, the beers are now ready to be filled in bottles, cans and kegs. Final step: shipping to beer fans all over the world!

Celebrate Oktoberfest
with us

The Oktoberfest is the world’s largest beer festival in Munich, attracting over 7 million visitors every year. What started as a simple wedding celebration in 1810 has transformed into a 2-week event with massive tents with long tables serving over 6 million litres of the best Bavarian beer. With a little help from Weidmann, you can experience the unique German vibe in your own home - any time you like. Prost!

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