Swagga African Porter
Pale straw to very dark gold in colour with a very thick, moussy, longlasting white head. The Swagga Weisse is a “kristal-klaar” bavarian wheat beer and is meant to be bright but may show some fine protein haze. A “mit hefe” is cloudy from suspended yeast (which is roused before drinking).
Low to moderately strong banana and clove flavour. Reasonably balanced and fairly prominent. The soft, somewhat bready or grainy flavour of wheat is typical of a Bavarian Weizen.
Hop flavor is very low to none, and hop bitterness is low. A tart, citrusy character from yeast and high carbonation is often present. Well rounded, flavourful palate with a relatively dry finish.
Medium body. The texture of wheat imparts the sensation of a fluffy, creamy fullness that may progress to a light, spritzy finish aided by high carbonation. Always effervescent.
A pale, spicy, fruity, refreshing wheat-based ale.
A traditional wheat-based ale originating in Southern Germany, a specialty for summer consumption, but generally produced year-round.
A refreshing beer that is lightly hopped with a unique banana-and-clove yeast character. These beers often don’t age well and are best enjoyed fresh.
The Swagga Weisse “mit hefe” is served with yeast sediment stirred in.
4.8% ABV – 14 IBU’s