Weihenstephaner Vitus is a ramped-up version of a Bavarian hefeweizen

Located just north of Munich, the Weihenstephan Brewery is no novice to brewing.

Licensed as far back as 1040, it is recognized as the world's oldest working brewery. Unlike traditional bocks, this weizenbock is light-colored and fermented with an ale yeast, which creates flavors of banana, lemon, orange and clove. A ramped-up version of a Bavarian hefeweizen, it's emboldened by its hefty 7.7 percent alcohol strength.

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Beer type : Bock Price: $3.50 for 16.9 oz. ABV: 7.7%


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