Berghoff Hefe Weizen

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lostspring

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Is this a accurate representation of what a hefe weizen should taste like?
 

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I haven't had this beer myself, but the online reviews for it aren't favorable. For a good representation of Hefeweizen try some of the German imports. Ayinger, Erdinger, Franziskaner, Weihenstephaner, Kapuziner, Schneider Weisse, Hacker-Pschorr.
 
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I didn't know if was just me or not. I had never tried this type and if Bergoffs was typical I wouldn't bother with it again. I really didn't care for it.
 

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I've tried it at the Berghoff in Chicago.. I think its the same thing.. but either way it tasted more like an American Wheat than a traditional Heffe Weisse
 

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I haven't had this beer myself, but the online reviews for it aren't favorable. For a good representation of Hefeweizen try some of the German imports. Ayinger, Erdinger, Franziskaner, Weihenstephaner, Kapuziner, Schneider Weisse, Hacker-Pschorr.
+1 on this. If you are looking for a real hefeweizen, the germans are the only ones that do it right.
 
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