Maisel's Weisse Leicht Glas und Flasche
Maisel's Weisse Leicht Schriftzug
European Beer Star 2021 Silver Logo
Finest Beer Selection 2023

Maisel´s Weisse Leicht

Enjoy the lighter side of wheat beer.

Maisel’s Weisse LEICHT offers all the taste of Maisel’s Weisse ORIGINAL, but has 38% less alcohol – a great choice in many situations for weissbier connoisseurs who like to have options. You can tell it’s a genuine Maisel’s Weisse by its bright reddish-amber hue – then you know you’re getting all the deliciousness of the full-bodied, mellow ORIGINAL with its fruity-fresh aroma and spicy-crisp taste. You get a full Maisel’s Weisse wheat beer experience in a “light” version.

Maisel's Weisse Leicht Glas und Flasche

Bright reddish-amber hue

Fruity-fresh aroma, spicy-crisp taste, full Maisel’s Weisse wheat beer experience.

Seafood, light fish dishes, pasta with tomato sauce, light cheese variations

Fichtel Mountain water, wheat and barley malt (allergens), yeast, hops

3,1 % vol
1.037 (9.3 °P)
6 g/l

124 kJ/30kcal | Fat 0 g, (saturated 0 g) | Carbohydrates 2,8 g, (sugars 0g) | Protein 0,6 g | Salt0g

Maisel´s Weisse Leicht

Top Spots at the Most Important Beer Competitions

Maisel’s Weisse Leicht was awarded the coveted silver medal at the renowned “European Beer Star” beer competition in 2021. In 2023, the low-alcohol wheat beer received 93 points in the “Finest Beer Selection” and thus contributed to the special “National Brewery of the Year” award, which the brewery received thanks to its good overall rating.

Bayerische Edelreifung

A collaborative quality offensive for wheat beer initiated by traditional Bavarian brewers

Georg Schneider, Wernder Brombach und Jeff Maisel

In September 2019 we launched a quality offensive for wheat beer in collaboration with the Bavarian family-owned breweries Erdinger Weissbräu and Schneider Weisse. For generations, our three breweries have been cultivating a time-honored brewing tradition: “Bayerische Edelreifung – zweifach kultiviert”.

Unlike standard brewing methods, our wheat beers undergo a second maturation process that we call the “Bayerische Edelreifung”: Following primary fermentation and maturation, we add fresh yeast and brewer’s wort to our weissbier before it is bottled. We do not pasteurize our beers either.

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