Andechs Vollbier Hell
Enjoy our popular bottom-fermented light beer with its full-bodied aromas. Pleasantly sweet malt notes and a smooth hop bitterness pamper the palate. Our Andechs Vollbier Hell is brewed according to the traditional multiple mashing process and invites you to drink it with its bright straw-yellow beer color. The soft malt aroma in Andechs Vollbier Hell goes well with classic Bavarian dishes, such as roast pork with bread dumplings.
Appearance: Light, straw yellow
Scent: Pure malt notes and floral hops
Aromatic: Light and lively initial taste with a soft beer body. The taste combines a mild malt sweetness with subtle hop notes. Harmonious aromas remain until the end.
Bitterness: Velvety smooth hop bitterness
Food recommendations: Fish and meat dishes, vegetarian and vegan dishes and desserts.
Our Andechs monastery brewery has been combining Benedictine brewing tradition with modern brewing technology for centuries. The brewery of the Benedictine monastery, founded in 1455, is one of the last real monastery breweries that is still run completely independently of the group by a lively religious community. Traditional brewing and the use of exquisite ingredients from the region form the basis for the high quality of our Andechs monastery beers. Malt comes exclusively from malthouses selected by us in a multi-stage process. The best Hallertau aroma hops and fresh pure yeast ensure the unique taste of our beer specialties. In our brewing process, we attach great importance to time, which allows us to preserve our unmistakable and highest beer quality.
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