Erdinger alcohol free beer review
There is something about Bavarian beer that I love, clearly it is the taste but it goes further than that. In this Erdinger alcohol free beer review I will aim to do that, Erdinger Weissbier is definitely classed as a wheat beer in my book and good one at that,
I don’t know if you have heard of the Bavarian Purity Law but everything from the water to the brewing process of 3 to 4 days is carefully monitored and you can definitely taste the difference. Only the finest ingredients are used in its production.
Overall Rank for Erdinger alcohol free beer review
– 00abv.com Rating 7/10
This is a wheat beer and the flavor that comes with this hopefully jumps out and I think it does with this brand. It should be noticed that some alcohol free beers across Europe can contain up to 0.5% alcohol. In the UK alcohol free beer contains less than 0.05% ( trace ) and this falls into this category.
This is probably the amount you would find in orange juice and some bread naturally and comes with the fermentation. There are other totally 0.0% beers to choose from if this is an issue. For that reason I give it 7/10 but it doesn’t take away the taste in any way.
A good old-fashioned Bavarian wheat beer full of flavor and quality and which they take enormous pride in the brewing process.
- Alcohol free but please note the 0.05% trace in the UK, so same as Heineken 0.0
- A convenient alternative to an alcoholic standard wheat beer
- Brewing process is perfectly enabled and you can taste the purity.
- Good taste.
- Needs to be chilled and the bottle really makes a difference
- Great branding
- Bavarian quality and you notice this beer has an extra purity over some brands.
Not very many cons to be fair, I like great quality beer but not sure hot on the alcohol content confusion at times. The price is greater than many on the market. But as theory says you sometimes get what you pay for.
To purchase online you are looking around for a pack of 12 bottles. £22.04 A special product linked to an online purchase and you can buy it here now.
For me this is just a beer and is good in special beer bars or for those chilled moments at home. It is not my preference but if you are into German craft beers this is definitely one to add in your alcohol free-range.
Another great brand with purity and with the Bavaria stamp that gives it great quality, together with great branding and pure ingredients this is certainly up to that. I knock it down on a score just a bit because in the market it can be confusing. Am I getting a 0.05% drink or a 0.5% drink and I think this varies across Europe? However, if this is not an issue then I would not worry too much.
What do you think ?
Would you consider trying this beer? I would love to hear your views, if you have tried it or you are a fan of the Bavarian beers. I would love to hear your views and I always respond.