Gulpener black rider weizen

Gulpener Zwarte Ruiter Weizen is a light, malty and refreshingly low-alcohol Weizen. This 0.3% Weizen is one with taste! Fruity and refreshing with a round, soft aftertaste.

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Additional information

Country

Netherlands

Origin

Limburg

Brand

Gulpener

Category

Smooth and Subtle

Beer style

Pils

Colour

Golden-blond

Hop species

Limburger Hops

Fermentation

Low

Alcohol

0,3%

Plato

14˚P

Foodpairing

Empanadas, Fish and Chips, Goat's cheese, Light salads, Fish

Pouring temperature

6˚C

Available in

30cl glass return

Sweetness

+

Acidity

+

Bitterness

++++

Bitterness

++

Long aftertaste

+++

Description

Gulpener; the free brewer

Gulpener Brewery; As an independent family brewery, they have been enjoying their freedom since 1825. The freedom to steer their own course and do only what feels right. The freedom not to flatten the flavour of beer, but to enrich it and continuously search for innovative flavours. They have experienced this freedom for eight generations and you can taste it in their beautiful range of 16 speciality beers including the Gulpener black rider weizen....

Free because they are free. Free because they are an independent family brewery. Free to sail their own course. Free to do what feels right. That is why they call themselves 'The Free Brewer'.

Gulpener Brewery has a strong connection with its surroundings and they like to be of value to the world around us. That's why they brew beer with water from their own wells, use hops from their own hop garden and their barley comes from farmers in the region. All this keeps their 'footprint' low and at the same time makes Gulpener the only real beer from Dutch soil.

How can they do even better as a sustainable 'Free Brewer'? Can they make even more honest and delicious beer, without losing sight of traditional craftsmanship? Questions that regularly lead to new adventures, experiments and, last but not least, new tastes. Flavours with which they hope to surprise the real beer-lover for generations to come.