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White beer labels


White beers are beers brewed with a large proportion of malted wheat or not. There are 'White' beers in Belgium (Witbier, Blanches) and in Bavarian (Weizenbier). Bavarian contain only malt and hops, they never contain other spices or unmalted cereals. Different levels of roasting malt differentiate categories Hell (clear) and Dunkel (dark). The 'Hell' category filtered is called 'Kristal'. White beers are hightly fermented, unfiltered giving them this milky appearance which is at the origin of their name. White beers produced in other countries are often close to the Belgian white beer



Br. Brunehaut (Rongy) - Blanche de Charleroi Bio

Br. De Gouden Boom (Bruges) - Blanche de Bruges

Br. De Kluis (Hoegaarden) - Hoegaarden Witbier

Br. De Kluis (Hoegaarden) - Hoegaarden Witbier

Br. De Kluis (Hoegaarden) - Hoegaarden Witbier

Br. De Silly (Silly) - Titje Blanche

Br. Du Bocq (Purnode) - Blanche de Namur

Br. Du Bocq (Purnode) - Blanche de Namur

Br. Du Bocq (Purnode) - Blanche de Noël

Br. Du Val de Sambre (Gozee) - Blanche de Charleroi

Br. Haacht (Boortmeerbeek) - Biere Blanche

Br. Riva (Dentergem) - Dentergems Wit Bier

Br. Riva (Dentergem) - Dentergems Wit Bier 1

Br. Riva (Dentergem) - Dentergems Wit Bier 2

Br. Riva (Dentergem) - Dentergems Wit Bier 3

Br. Riva (Dentergem) - Dentergems Wit Bier 4

Br. Riva (Dentergem) - Dentergems Wit Bier 5

Dernière modification : Ajout de 24 étiquettes russes / Last update : Add 24 russian labels
Date mise a jour : 21/03/2018 / Date update : 03/21/2018