Hefeweizen

Market Street Wheat

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This Hefeweizen is just one of the many benefits of the three decades of community development in Ohio City. It symbolizes their first brewpub in the state of Ohio in a vacant building across from a Communist bookstore on a rundown street. And while the Market Avenue you see today showcases beautiful cobblestones and a historic charm, 1988 was quite a different story.

Straight Up Hefeweizen

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Straight-Up Hefe-Weizen is brewed with 60 percent malted wheat and 40 percent pilsner and other malts. It is an unfiltered beer with a cloudy appearance due to yeast and proteins that add a rich creamy mouth feel. A classic Bavarian wheat beer yeast is used, adding subtle layers of banana, bubblegum and spicy clove, the signature trio for the style. The finish is creamy, dry and just a touch tangy.

Hefeweizen

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First brewed in 1984, Schell’s Hefeweizen is made with a blend of wheat malt and barley malts. Schell's uses an authentic wheat beer yeast culture, which gives the beer a fruity ale character dominated by a citrus-like tartness. The brew is refreshingly light in character with a higher than normal carbonation level.

Hefe Weizen

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Characterized by its sparkling rich foam and naturally by its unforgettable refreshing and fruity taste, Hefe Weizen is brewed according to an ancient tradition and offers an alcoholic content of approximately 5.1% by volume.

Hefeweizen

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The Paulaner Hefe-Weizen natural cloudy beer is the brewery’s best-selling product. Specifically cultivated, top-fermented yeast give it its unmistakable character: sparklingly mild and fruity with a delicate yeast flavour.

Weisse

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Hacker-Pschorr Weisse is an authentic Bavarian-style wheat beer that is naturally cloudy with an aromatic banana clove nose and is completed by moderate maltiness in the body of the beer. The aftertaste of the brew is non-bitter and thirst quenching.

Kellerweis

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Kellerweis is one of the only American Hefeweizens made using the traditional Bavarian style of open fermentation. This process adds an uncommon depth and flavor complexity making this hefeweizen is deeply flavorful, refreshing and perfect for a sunny day.