Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel 50cl

Spaten-Franziskaner (Beer)

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The bitter Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel 50cl ($2.30) is made by Spaten-Franziskaner from Germany brewed with warm fermenting and shows an alcoholic content of 5%. 3,7 of 5 points is the average score of this beer according to Drinks&Co users.
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More bitter than the "blond" version, this toast swilling Franziskaner is a dense, frothy beer, brewed to taste without hurries during quiet afternoon in which time is the least important of all. To serve it is best to use a long, narrow glass, as it will allow a better development of aromas. A must for lovers of classic and full-bodied German beers.

Technical sheet · Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel

Category:Beer
Producer: Spaten-Franziskaner
Volume: 50cl
Alcohol Vol.: 5%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Bitter
Country: Germany

Description · Spaten-Franziskaner

Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel 50cl

TASTING NOTE:

  • View: Amber color, very turbid due large sedimentation of yeast and medium-low carbonation.
  • Nose: fruity, notably banana, some spice and some malt.
  • Taste: Taste like aroma, becoming more intense notes of banana and cinnamon, you have to add a strong presence of yeast that gives a sour aftertaste enough, almost no bitterness. The finish is long and sweet, very fruity and spicy, strong presence regaining the banana.

ABV: 5%Vol.

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Posted on at 09.48

4.5/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

My toast for dinner some weekend and half liter bottle of beer. Perfect, right?
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Posted on at 11.41

5/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

A wheat beer full and intense
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Posted on at 13.15

0/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

Jelen lav zivela srbija
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Posted on at 17.14

4/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

TASTING NOTES:
- Appearance: Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel 50cl is translucent dark brown with a lot of yeast sediment; Warhead three fingers of white foam that lasts for 2 minutes; Moderate...
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Posted on at 05.05

3/5

I found it attractive

Posted on at 14.34

4/5

The Franziskaner is a type of beer "Dunkel" ie, a dark Weissbier, brewed in accordance with the German monastic traditions.
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Posted on at 05.16

4/5

The dark malt of Franziskaner Dunkel give the beer a deeper and intense flavor although this remains weizen beer fresh and well drinkable.
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Posted on at 10.00

4/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

The term dunkel weizen characterizes certain beers with yeast from the deep color, darker than that of the common weizen. Beer Franziskaner Dunkel has in fact an amber color, a tunic of Brother...
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Posted on at 16.02

4/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

The Hefe-Weisse Dunkel Fransikaner is the brown version of the Franziskaner Hefe-weiss, a German wheat beer with a very strong reputation of the German brewery. This version is brown because of the...
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Posted on at 04.59

4/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

Taste: Highlight the malty-sweet, very sweet. Color: Dark Reddish. Ideal temperature: 8-10 º C
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Posted on at 04.46

4/5

Franziskaner Dunkel 50cl

Amber color with a fairly murky foam. It has a fruity aroma, especially banana. The palate is intensely flavored with banana and cinnamon, with a strong presence of yeast atorga you a pretty sour...
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