STANGEN WEISS BIER

Stangen is a refreshingly modern wheat beer in the Indian Wheat beer market that sets new expectations. Oettinger, a family-owned business that was founded in the picturesque Bavarian town of Oettingen back in 1731, owns the name. They also have breweries in Germany that are based in Gotha, Mönchengladbach and Braunschweig.
In compliance with the Reinheitsgebot, the German Purity Law of 1516, Oettinger beers are brewed, guaranteeing that high-quality beer is unaffected by excessive additives and artificial flavors.
Oettinger has a highly advanced brewing process that makes use of as few staff as possible to brew vast volumes, making it Germany's biggest beer maker. In 2017, Stangen was launched to appeal to a young and rising beer demographic worldwide.

WHY GERMAN BEER

A variety of distinct starchy grains are used by brewers around the world as the basis for the malt: barley, rye spelt, emmer wheat, semolina wheat, and rice or maize. However, it turns out that when barley malt is blended with a special form of Bavarian hops, mostly found in the Hallertau area, north of Munich, the results are particularly high-quality beers. In the Beer Purity Law of 1516, promulgated by the heads of the Bavarian estates under the Bavarian Duke Wilhelm IV, this mixture was codified. The German Beer Purity Law mandates that only malt, hops and pure water must be made for all beer in Bavaria. The Beer Purity Law has been introduced all over Germany and is still in place today.

INGREDIENTS

Water wheat malt barley malt hop extracts yeast 4.9% abv.

STANGEN WEISS BIER

Stangen is a refreshingly modern wheat beer in the Indian Wheat beer market that sets new expectations. Oettinger, a family-owned business that was founded in the picturesque Bavarian town of Oettingen back in 1731, owns the name. They also have breweries in Germany that are based in Gotha, Mönchengladbach and Braunschweig.
In compliance with the Reinheitsgebot, the German Purity Law of 1516, Oettinger beers are brewed, guaranteeing that high-quality beer is unaffected by excessive additives and artificial flavors.
Oettinger has a highly advanced brewing process that makes use of as few staff as possible to brew vast volumes, making it Germany's biggest beer maker. In 2017, Stangen was launched to appeal to a young and rising beer demographic worldwide.

WHY GERMAN BEER

A variety of distinct starchy grains are used by brewers around the world as the basis for the malt: barley, rye spelt, emmer wheat, semolina wheat, and rice or maize. However, it turns out that when barley malt is blended with a special form of Bavarian hops, mostly found in the Hallertau area, north of Munich, the results are particularly high-quality beers. In the Beer Purity Law of 1516, promulgated by the heads of the Bavarian estates under the Bavarian Duke Wilhelm IV, this mixture was codified. The German Beer Purity Law mandates that only malt, hops and pure water must be made for all beer in Bavaria. The Beer Purity Law has been introduced all over Germany and is still in place today.

INGREDIENTS

Water wheat malt barley malt hop extracts yeast 4.9% abv.