All ingredients used to brew Erdinger Weissbier are carefully checked.
Bottle fermentation is a specific top-fermenting process for maturing the beer and for enriching it with carbon dioxide. It is traditionally used in Bavaria and this is where it is most commonly found. Using this process, the wheat beer does not mature in the tank, but in the bottle or keg.
Beer brewing has been regulated by law in Germany for over 800 years. The Purity Law has long become an international seal of quality for German beers.
Monitoring our impact on the environment enjoys the highest priority at Erdinger Weissbräu - not only as a means of raising acceptance and credibility among customers, but also as an expression of sound commercial practice.
Download important information on serving draft Erdinger Weissbier here.