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Aventinus (Private Weissbierbrauerei G. Schneider & Sohn)

It’s time for another Schneider & Sohn weizenbock review. Today’s review is for the oldest wheat doppelbock in Bavaria, Aventinus. This 100+ year-old beer has a 8.2% ABV. 

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Erdinger Weissbier (Erdinger Weissbräu)

Erdinger Weissbier is a hefeweizen from Erdinger Weissbräu (out of Erding, Germany). This wheat beer has 2.6 g of carbs and 44 Kcal per 100 ml, and clocks in at an easy drinking 5.3% ABV.

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Hopfen-Weisse (Schneider-Brooklyner)

Hopfen-Weisse is part of a collaboration between Germany’s Schneider Brewery and New York’s Brooklyn Brewing Company.  Each brewery made this beer using the same recipe, but locally grown ingredients.  This review is for the Schneider version and it has a 8.2% ABV.

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Köstritzer Oktoberfest (Köstritzer Schwarzbierbrauerei)

Köstritzer Oktoberfest is a, you guessed it, Oktoberfest/märzen bier from, you guessed it, Köstritzer Schwarzbierrauerei.  This seasonal ale has an easy-drinking 5.6% ABV.

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Ettaler Curator Dunkler Doppelbock (Ettaler Klosterbetriebe)

Ettaler Curator Dunkler Doppelbock is a doppelbock from the Ettaler Klosterbetriebe brewery. This 400 year-old beer (the recipe was supposedly created in 1609) has a 9% ABV.  
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