The German beer industry is regulated by the "German Beer Purity Law" (Reinheitsgebot). Te law first created on April 23, 1516, by the Bavarian co-rulers Duke Wilhelm IV and Duke Ludwig X. It keeps German beers pure, natural, and free from unhealthy and cheap ingredients.
Our Weidmann's are all brewed under the “German Beer Purity Law”. Which makes them a go-to brand for your own German Beer fest. We have four beer styles to choose from: Hefetrüb, Dunkel, Schwarz and Lager. So we can serve you the right traditional German beers for your Beerfest!
In our village, we love to throw a party. It is an open secret that the Weidmann's throw the best beer fests in the world. With a couple of very important ingredients, you can throw your own traditional Weidmann Beerfest.
During beer fests, Germans wear traditional clothes: Lederhosen for men; Dirndl dresses for women. The dirndl is a traditional dress made from loden cloth. It consists of a close-fitted bodice over a blouse, with a full skirt and apron. The dirndl is one of the female iterations of the Alpine folk costume. The dress is native to several regions. For example southern Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Italian province of South Tyrol.
Somewhat more recognized is the commensurate male attire: lederhosen. A real necessity for having a traditional German beer fest
One of the key elements of a real German Beerfest is traditional German food. Next comes a selection of the famous dishes served during Beer fests alike. The three most famous German dishes are Bratwurst, Wiener Schnitzel, Pretzels, and Sauerkraut.
Each region in Germany has its own version of the Bratwurst. Over 50 kinds are available in Germany, differing in size, seasonings, and texture. A different variation of the Bratwurst is Currywurst. Currywurst is Germany's favorite fast food. A boiled wurst or bratwurst is cut into 1-inch thick pieces. Then topped with a sauce made from ketchup or tomato paste, curry powder, and paprika. It is served with a roll (Brötchen) or french fries.
A Wiener Schnitzel is a breaded veal cutlet. It is dipped in flour, egg, and breadcrumbs, then fried in butter or oil to a golden brown. It is served with a lemon wedge, which you can use to drizzle fresh lemon juice over the schnitzel. A different vacation on the Wiener Schnitzel is the Cordon Bleu. Cordon Bleu is a Schnitzel stuffed with cheese and ham.
Sauerkraut is the most well known German food. Sauerkraut is thin sliced fermented green cabbage. The fermentation process (also known as pickling) gives the cabbage a distinct sour flavor. Hence the name Sauerkraut (sour cabbage).
The ideal pretzel, as served in Germany, has a dark brown, crispy, salty crust, and inside a soft dough. It has a plump "body", and thin, crispy (not dry) crossed "arms."