Have you tried the Weihenstephen range of weizens? The hefe is godly, and the dunkel too. I personally prefer them over the Schofferhofer.PMyers said:My brewing is all done in either a fridge (for lagers/pilsners) or in a room with 24hr air conditioning (for ales/weizens etc...).
Speaking of weizens, I saw (and consequently purchased and consumed) a bottle of Shfferhofer Dunkel Hefe-Weizen at Northmead Cellars the other day. This is the first commercial dunkel I have had the pleasure of tasting, and I was rather impressed. I still firmly believe the Shfferhofer "Orange" label Weizen is their best, and probably one of my all time favourite commercial brews.
I must say I have not had the pleasure. Where can you get them?kook said:Have you tried the Weihenstephen range of weizens? The hefe is godly, and the dunkel too. I personally prefer them over the Schofferhofer.
I know in Perth you can buy them from the International Beer Store (T/A International Beer Club). I think theyre the sole australian importer for them. Several other bottles shops in perth stock the weihenstephan range now, but they all buy it through the IBS.PMyers said:I must say I have not had the pleasure. Where can you get them?
It is a light mid-strength lager that you can throw down after a hot afternoon mowing the lawns. You know when the first couple of beers don't even touch this sidessboulton said:Doc ,
i just gotta ask ....
what is a lawn mower lager ???