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Aromatic lightness of unfiltered blonde beer.
Aromatic lightness of unfiltered blonde beer.

The beer has a delicate taste of wheat malt with noticeable fruity notes, harmoniously combined with the aroma of coriander and mild hop bitterness. It has a delicate taste of spices and fruits with soft refreshing acidity
42 kcal / 100g Caloric content
4,9g / 100g Nutritional value
Witbier Kind
11% Density (OG)
OG - Original Gravity - the key characteristic that determines the saturation of beer. This is the concentration of dry matter in the wort from which the beer will be brewed. Measured before fermentation.
4,0% Alcohol (ABV)
ABV - Alcohol by Volume - an indicator of the strength of beer, the volume fraction of alcohol in the finished drink, specified as a percentage (% vol.).
12 Strength (IBU)
IBU - International Bitterness Unit - international units of beer bitterness. The IBU scale shows the level of beer intoxication and is measured in millionths of alpha acids, which are the basis of hop bitterness in a certain amount of beer. The scale varies from 0 to 120. The higher the value - the stronger the bitterness of beer, which depends on the variety of hops and the duration of its boiling.
Bottled in:
Aluminum can 0.5 l
Glass bottle 0,5l
PET bottle 1l
Keg containing 30 liters
Keg containing 50 liters
History of Bile beer

History of Bile beer

Until recently, the technology of making this type of beer was almost the only exception in the German law of beer “purity”.
German law, created to preserve the "purity of beer", allowed to use only water, barley and hops to brew beer.
Yeast was not mentioned because it had not been yet discovered.

For more than three centuries, only the Bavarian royal family had the exclusive right to brew wheat beer, and only in the end of the 19th century it gave up this right, when it allowed private breweries to produce it.
Today, according to various sources of data, about a quarter of the beer produced in German most known “beer region”, Bavaria, is wheat white beer.
White beer was also popular in Belgium, where brewers, unlike in Germany, liked to experiment by adding various herbs and fruits to beer.

Opillia Bile is brewed according to classical technology

During the brewing of “Opillia Bile” the process of beer fermentation lasts 8 days, and secondary fermentation - 21 days.

For cooking beer "Opillia Bile" use

purified water wheat malt wheat hop brewer's yeast coriander pectin

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