Hacker Pschorr Hefe Weissbier

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Bottle Size:
500ml
ABV/Vol:
5.5%
SKU:
DEHP107

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Hacker Pschorr is one of the big six Munich breweries and was founded in 1417 by monks before ending up in the hands of the Hacker Family. It wasn’t until 1793 when Joseph Pschorr married into the family that the brewery was put on the map. His two sons would go on to divide the brewery, taking over the two separate Hacker and Pschorr wings, which would prosper under their guidance. However, the Second World War led to the Pschorr brewery being bombed and Hacker then allowed Pschorr to brew at their brewery twice a week until the damage was repaired. Blood proved thicker than water and in 1972 the two breweries joined forces once again. Today the brewery is part of the Paulaner brand but still operates independently.
Hacker Pschorr Hefe Weissbier is made with 60% Wheat malt and 40% Barley malt and is produced using top fermenting yeast before maturing. It is an unfiltered beer to guarantee its quality. The wheat for the beer is actually grown in champagne while the Siegel hops are sourced in the Hallertau region of Munich. Hacker Pschorr Hefe Weissbier is brewed in accordance to the German Purity Law. The yeast stays in the bottle to create a haze, through its golden yellow colour and crowned creamy head. Fruity and citrus notes accompany yeast in the aroma and there is a tangy acidity on the palate. The tongue picks up banana and honey from the malts with the hops balancing with slight bitterness. At 5.5% this is a very easy drinking wheat beer that can be consumed with lighter dishes such as salads or just perfect on its own.

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We use a variety of thick and sturdy cardboard boxes and dividers to hold each bottle individually. Any remaining spaces are filled with biodegradable air bags to stop movement of the contents. Glasses are wrapped in bubble wrap and cardboard to ensure they arrived in once piece.

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We currently use DHL, but we do also trial other couriers alongside from time to time.

We don’t currently ship outside the UK and Ireland but it may be something we offer in the future.

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Please note that we are unable to offer weekend deliveries.

Our boxes come in 6s, 12s, and 24s. By no means are you required to order in those quantities, but it is worth bearing in mind when ordering. A full box also helps to reduce the small chance of damage, as empty compartments collapsing can be a cause of this.

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  1. Stujago

    This is a hefeweizen with milder, subtle flavours which goes down very nicely. A nice hazy beer with a great expanding, foaming head. A quality drink that is an easy quaff.

  2. Eric Akrill

    This has to be a five-star brew, most enjoyable. Trouble is that it may go down too easily! The price may be a little higher than I might normally pay, but the extra few pence are well worth it. A solid, refreshing drink.

  3. Richard Martin

    As ever, love the bottle with this brand. Nice cloudy colour and pours with a good head. Good taste and not too fizzy, but the aftertaste is slightly more bitter than you might expect.

  4. Arek

    colour: 3,5 of 5
    taste: 4,75 of 5
    One of the best hefe weibe beer I’ve had!

  5. Ian McRae

    Sometimes these Weissbiers can be low on flavour and body, but I have to say this one does not follow that trend. This is my first sampling of this beer, and I don’t think it will be the last. Very tasty, good body and very refreshing. A great drink to go along with dinner. It complements any fish dish as well as a white wine.

  6. Gavin H

    Classic wheat beer. Cloudy, great head and fresh fruity flavours. Lingering aftertaste.

  7. Paul C

    My first Hefeweizen from Hacker-Pshorr.
    The moment I popped their unique bottle I was met with banana and malty aromas.
    Beautifully balanced taste,it was ideally cloudy with a sustained creamy head leaving a slightly bitter aftertaste.
    A high quality beer , probably the best Hefeweizen I have had to date.

  8. SPM

    Heavy on the flavour and body, clove/banana as per, strong head, light finish. Good stuff

  9. Kristin

    Good example of a wheat beer, smooth, nice mouth feel. Lovely citrus flavour

  10. Andy P

    One of the best wheat beers out there. I’d not heard of it, but was recommend by a friend… he was right. It’s superb!

  11. Chris Meechan

    Great example of a Hefeweizen. All of the flavours you would expect from the style, sweet banana, clove and a touch of bubblegum.

  12. Matthew Osborn

    Excellent beer – rich smooth fruity taste

  13. William M

    A long time favourite weisse. Never disappoints.

  14. WF

    There are plenty of quality Hefeweizen beers out there and this one does not disappoint. There is nothing that really sets it apart from the rest but why mess with something that works. Typical sweet banana notes dominate, very decent indeed.

  15. Luke Manley

    Very nice beer. Would buy again.

  16. Vlad

    malt caramel, honey, bready- a bit like dunkel sweetness, earthy, some overripe banana and hints of fruit, gets better as you pour in the yeast sediment, more chewy and more body. Best drunk with big head and less CO2. best from dimple glass? nice

  17. Kenneth Squires

    Excellent quality, prompt delivery, as usual. Thankyou.

  18. MG

    Good beer to try, would recommend