Eichbaum Hefeweizen Hell Beer Keg, 5 L
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For our classic wheat beer we use specially cultivated top fermenting yeast. This makes our wheat beer uniquely tangy. A sparkling fresh bouquet of a variety of fruity flavors reminiscent of banana and ripe apple is crowned by a lush, creamy froth. The high content of more than 60% malted wheat gives our unfiltered Hefeweizen its distinctive character. Read more.
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On Friday, October 3rd, 1679, the "Eichbaum Brewery" was born. However, this date refers to the Julian calendar. At that time it was still valid in the Electoral Palatinate, ruled by the Reformed Elector Karl Ludwig. Today the 1582 of Pope Gregory XIII is generally used. introduced chronology is used. In the 17th century, however, they only paid attention to Catholic rulers. In any case, according to the Gregorian calendar, it was already October 13th. Whatever the case, on that Friday the Mannheim council, headed by city director Heinrich Clignet, dealt with the request of the citizen Jean de Chaine to be allowed to run a brewery in his house in Q 5, 23-24.
This is what it is all about on October 3, 1679 in Mannheim City Hall. And de Chaine is successful: The council grants him, as can be read in the council minutes (see below), "to hang a Schildt to the Aichbaum, ahn his dwelling in the Mauritzgaßen", today's Fressgasse.
Banana and ripe apple
Beer Margarita Cocktail Recipe
It's beerita time! Who would believe that beer would be the perfect solution to eradicating fluorescent green margaritas? Well, it is. Best to use not-so-micro brews to avoid an overpowering beer flavor. Use the limeade can to measure the ingredients, and adjust with extra water if the mixture seems too sweet. Straining the pulp is always a good idea unless, of course, you like pulp.