Erdinger – Dunkelweiss Dark Wheat Beer (500ml)

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    Ale Learn More

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    Dark Beer

  • Beer Style

    German DunkelweizenA cross between a German-style Dunkel and a Hefeweizen; distinguished by its sweet maltiness and chocolate-like character. Learn More

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Founded in 1886, the Erdinger Brewery – dedicated to the brewing of wheat beer and wheat beer only – resides in the quaint Bavarian town of Erding, 30 minutes northeast of Munich. Erdinger Weissbier pioneered the awareness and consumption of wheat beer outside of the Bavarian region where it has its roots, remaining in strict compliance with the Bavarian purity law and secondary fermentation that have history and tradition in the region. Erdinger Weissbeer continues to be the world’s largest producer of wheat beer, and one of the last remaining privately owned breweries, still owned and operated by the Brombach family today. 

Tasting Notes

This elegant wheat beer has a lustrous, deep dark-brown appearance in the glass. The first sip reveals a harmonious symphony of carefully selected wheat and barley malts with exquisite Hallertau aroma hops. The taste buds detect hints of freshly baked pumpernickel, nuts and subtle roasty coffee notes. An unmistakable top-fermenting accent is provided by Erdinger’s traditional yeast.


Although Dunkel is one of Germany’s oldest styles still around today, Erdinger Dunkel only first saw the light of day in 1989, when Erdinger’s master brewers created a dark wheat beer as a birthday present for the private brewery’s owner, Werner Brombach. He liked it so much that he decided to put it on the market in 1990.

Carefully selected dark malts with delicate roasting aromas give Erdinger Dunkel its full-bodied flavor and strong character.

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