Fürst Wallerstein Brauhaus Brewed at Fürst Wallerstein Brauhaus, a Bavarian brewery that belongs to the Princes of Oettingen-Wallerstain, one of the oldest noble German families, famous for its masterpieces of the brewing art. The history of the Princes of Oettingen-Wallerstein dates back almost 900 years. The Family stems from one of the oldest noble lineages in Germany. As early as 1147 Ludovicus de Oettingen had the honour to carry the prestigious “Count” title. One of themost interesting and extravagantmembers of the family was Prince Ludwig (1791-1870). He was King Ludwig I’s InteriorMinister and played a leading role on Bavaria’s political stage. The Wallerstein business interests are divided into three sectors: forestry, real estate, and a brewing. All three sectors are managed implementing today’s latest technology and leadership principals. Apart from these commercial aspects, arts and culture continue to play a major role in the Family’s interests. Among the German aristocracy the House is known as significant supporter and patron.
The historical brewery in the heart of Wallerstein has been located on the hilltop since 1598. Tradition is combined with ultra-modern technology in the remains of the old castle, which was destroyed in 1648
Bavaringer pils Light aroma of honey, bread crust and herbal hops. Nice flavor, especially for a lager. Notes of lemon, yeast, pale malt sweetness and herbal hops. Dry aftertaste with a mild bitterness. Light to medium body with appropriate carbonation.
Bavaringer dunkle Clear deep dark brown body. Earthy caramel aroma. Dry-sweet caramel taste with earthy chocolatey notes. Mid-bodied. Mild, fizzy mouthfeel. Dry roast caramel aftertaste with earthy chocolate notes.
Bavaringer weizen Clear aroma of bananas, wheat bread, cloves and Weiss yeast. Flavor of dough, bananas, spicy orange citrus, a hint of lemon-grass and a subtle clove. Dry aftertaste with an acid feeling. Light to medium body with appropriate carbonation.
Stammgast hefeweizwne Hazy golden color with a thick abundant head with decent retention. Clear aroma of bananas, wheat bread, cloves and Weiss yeast. Flavor of dough, bananas, spicy orange citrus, a hint of lemon-grass and a subtle clove. Dry aftertaste with an acid feeling. Light to medium body with appropriate carbonation. Well balanced Hefeweizen, tasty but not cloying given a perfect sweetness level and its lightly spicy and acid touch.
Stammgast weizensome A mixture of Hefeweizen (53%) and Lager (47%) with unique fruity taste and malt aftertaste.
Stammgast lager Golden color with a thin fluffy head with low retention. Light aroma of honey, bread crust and herbal hops. Nice flavor, especially for a lager. Notes of lemon, yeast, pale malt sweetness and herbal hops. Dry aftertaste with a mild bitterness. Light to medium body with appropriate carbonation. Spicy, tasty and refreshing lager. Very pleasant to drink
Biggish brown head. Clear deep dark brown body. Earthy caramel aroma. Dry-sweet caramel taste with earthy chocolatey notes. Mid-bodied. Mild, fizzy mouthfeel. Dry roast caramel aftertaste with earthy chocolate notes.
This beer is from Thruringer area of Germany. Beer is brewed by private brewery.This is German craft beer. Some of the proceeds goes to Thurngian Forest Nature Park.
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Dingslebener Edel-Pils A good Thuringian Pils. It does not taste too tart but not watery tuned just right. The support of the Thuringian nature parks I find not bad, at least something for the country! It has a beautiful golden-yellow color and a good head of foam. Beautiful cold enjoying. 2L and 500ml
2Liter growlers are available only in very limited quantity
Landbier This beer has a dark amber color and the head is creamy and lasting. The aroma has notes of malt, caramel and light fruit. The flavour has a light to moderate sweetness and notes of caramel, malt, light fruit and the finish is dry with hints of citrus.. This pils is a bit darker than exspected. Starts mild but not washy, dominated by malty notes, light sourish notes. Hints of bread and hay. Well balanced finish, spicy-malty.
BRAUHAUS MILTENBERGER Is one of the most award-winning craft breweries in Germany. Its long list of accolades include gold medals for its barrel-aged Eisbock at both the 2012 World Beer Cup and the 2012 European Beer Star, as well as European Beer Star medals for its Dunkelweizen (gold in 2008), Festbier (silver in 2009; bronze in 2006), and Helles Hefe-Weizen (bronze in 2009).
Founded some 360 years ago, Brauhaus Miltenberger is located in the heart of Miltenberg, a charming town on the banks of the River Main, a tributary of the Rhine. First mentioned in a document in 1237, Miltenberg is nestled between two German fairytale forest regions, the Spessart and the Odenwald, where the Brothers Grimm’s fabled and mischievous Rumpelstiltskin once stalked. Although its roots are in the High Middle Ages, Miltenberg is now open to the world, with its easy access to cosmopolitan Frankfurt about 80 km (50 miles) to the northwest.
Brauhaus Miltenberger is housed in an original medieval halftimbered building on the town’s cobblestoned Main Street. The brewery backs up against a steep cliff, which casts a deep shadow over the brewery in the afternoon, even on the brightest day. This is why the section of town around the brewery is called the Schwarzviertel (“black block”). The brewery was acquired in 1875, by Johann Adalbert Faust, a cooper and brewer, and has remained in the Faust family ever since. Today, it is owned by two fourth-generation cousins, brewmaster Cornelius Faust and manager Johannes Faust, who have been in charge of operations since the early 1990s.
Miltenberger dopplebock The label looks ok, it's got an old school look to it and don't think it's too eye catching. It poured a nice and fairly clear mahogany color that took on more of a brighter ruby amber color when held to the light with almost two fingers worth of tan head that died down to a thin ring that eventually faded away and it left hardly any lacing behind. - The aroma starts off with a high amount of sweetness that had a candied sugar aroma to it and with a fruity apple, dark fruit and pear aromas being the first to show up and there might also be just a hint of banana coming through. Up next comes the alcohol which has a slight nail polish like aroma and it followed by the malts which impart some sweet malt, bready, caramel and toffee like aromas. Fairly smooth, slightly rich, a little crisp, medium bodied with a medium amount of carbonation. This beer had a good mouthfeel. Overall this was a pretty nice beer and it was a good example of a Doppelbock,
Hefeweizen A south German style of wheat beer (weissbier) made with a typical ratio of 50:50, or even higher, wheat. A yeast that produces a unique phenolic flavors of banana and cloves with an often dry and tart edge, some spiciness, bubblegum or notes of apples. Little hop bitterness, and a moderate level of alcohol. The "Hefe" prefix means "with yeast", hence the beers unfiltered and cloudy appearance. Poured into a traditional Weizen glass, the Hefeweizen can be one sexy looking beer. Often served with a lemon wedge (popularized by Americans), to either cut the wheat or yeast edge, which many either find to be a flavorful snap ... or an insult and something that damages the beer's taste and head retention.
Dunkelweizen Similar to a Hefeweizen, these southern Germany wheat beers are brewed as darker versions (Dunkel means "dark") with deliciously complex malts and a low balancing bitterness. Most are brown and murky (from the yeast). The usual clove and fruity (banana) characters will be present, some may even taste like banana bread.
INNSTADT For almost 700 years, tradition and progress have determined the activities of the Innstadt Brewery in Passau, the city of three rivers. From time immemorial beer specialties from the Bavarian brewing town of Passau, which according to Alexander von Humbolt is one of the seven most beautiful cities in the world, have been regarded by connoisseurs and gourmets as amongst the best tasting and most agreeable of their type. The strong character, the unmistakable profile, the exclusive use of natural ingredients and the old Bavarian brewing tradition represent a small, but nevertheless important difference. From the very start of its history in 1318, friends of Innstadt appreciate the brewery’s efforts in holding on to values which cannot be bought for all the money in the world. For the Innstadt brewers, brewing beer has always been a passion and an art. And that has still not changed today. It is not just as one of the pioneers in the brewing of wheat beer; also with its whole range of beers the Innstadt brand stands for excellent enjoyment and flavor – indeed for the art of brewing at the highest level. Consequently, the Innstadt beer specialties are of the best, lasting quality. With an effective combination of tradition and modernity, the Innstadt Brewery is also well equipped for the future and is always seeking to fulfill its customers’ demands through innovative on-going development.Today.And always.
Innstadt Pilsner Poured into a pilsner glass. The color is light lemonade with a little haze. Two fingers of thick, eggshell-colored foam dissipated slowly to leave a frothy cap and trails along the glass. Light malts, grassy hops, a touch of lemon. It is pretty standard. There is a very subtle skunkiness but it is well hidden. The mouthfeel is pretty dry and the grassy hops offer a nice, bitter bite. Pale malts and a little lemon round it out. The overall effect is a grassy crispness. It is a classic pilsner. Crisp, tasty, and clean. Very highly recommended. Stadl Beer This is definitely more of a kellerbier than an oktoberfest in my opinion. Cloudy yellowish golden color with a clingy white head and good lacing. Aroma is very grainy with pale malt and some mild hops. Flavor is grassy hops, mildly sweet pale malt, and graininess. Well-balanced. Fairly crisp on the palate with medium-light body. Edelsud A pale lager, born of tradition and brewed with the highest quality. The beer for real beer connoisseurs. A truly fine brew. This fine pale beer is served in traditional flip-top bottles. Passauer Weisse The original Bavarian a naturally cloudy, top fermented wheat beer with wonderful yeasty taste. Using only the best ingredients, this pale wheat beer in the flip-top bottle is made in line with the old bavarian brewing tradition. Its mild taste promises a wheat beer experience of a special kind. graininess. Well-balanced. Fairly crisp on the palate with medium-light body. Barockbier dunkle
Nice whitish head on top of a beautiful dark nut brown (think hofbrau dark) liquid. aroma is of a sweeter malt. taste is a sweeter malt, with a slight bitter on the sides of the tongue. sweet caramel-y commercial malts. quality taste. Extra Schwartze A fine, dark beer made in line with the best old brewing tradition. Innstadt’s “Extra Schwarze” is brewed with an old formula and has a typical taste. An old Bavarian pleasure for the connoisser of the genuine art of brewing.
HOFBRAUHAUS WOLTERS Hofbrauhaus Wolters is a 380 year old brewery based out of Brunswick Germany, in Lowery Saxony. Following the German Purity Laws of 1516, Wolters produces six differnt brews including their Schwarzer Herzog and Prinzen Sud. Their beers are all natural and made with only the finest hops, barley malt, and yeast. The origins of Hofbrauhaus Wolters can be traced back as far as 1627, when Zaccharis Boiling received the rights to begin brewing and selling his beer in Brunswick, in Lower Saxony, Germany. The Wolters name came into the picture in 1734 when Heinrich Levin Wolters took over control of the brewery, beginning a family dynasty that would continue for six generations. The brewery has been a fixture of the city for literally hundreds of years, with the Duke of Brunswick even appointing Wolters as official beer supplier to his court (in fact, Wolters adopted the Dukedom of Brunswick’s coat-of-arms as their logo which you can see on their beers’ labels). As was the case for so many breweries throughout Europe, World War II proved a very dark time for Wolters. Much of the city of Brunwick was destroyed by Allied air bombardment, including the brewery which suffered significant damage. Luckily for the brewery, Brunswick was located in West Germany after the war, and as such it was able to not only get back on its feet, but grow and modernize significantly. 1947 saw the reconstruction of the brewery, and a significant renovation and modernization occurred in 1976 to make Wolters a world-class brewing facility. A long-established regional brewer and supporter of local beer festivals, Wolters has traditionally focused their growth and marketing within the area around Brunswick and within the greater Lower Saxony area. However, they’ve recently begun exporting, and in just two short years they’ve established export markets in diverse countries around the world including U.S., China, Lithuania, Ireland, Romania, and Mexico. Their success is testament to the quality of traditional, all-malt, German beer, and proves there’s a thirsty public out there that demands the good stuff. Prost!
Wolters Pilsner Premium Pilsener - This 4.9% ABV beer pours a dark honey golden in color with a half inch of white head that dissipates fairly quickly and massive carbonation. The aroma is an old wooden grain bin filled with freshly harvested dry corn, grain, straw, a lager funk nearing fresh manure, and a slight hint of tall grass. The taste follows the aroma with the grain paramount, followed by the lager funk and a very bitter hop finish. This is a very flavorful pilsener. Available in 500ml -16.9oz and 330ml -11.02oz.
Westheim Brewery Westheimer beer come from an excellent home. The production runs for almost 250 years in the private brewery located in the middle Germany. In 1840, Graf Joseph zu Stolberg-Stolberg, a direct ancestor of the owner family, bought the knight’s estate of Westheim for a price of 68,000 thalers. At that time, it was used mainly for agriculture and forestry. In the beginning, beer was produced for personal use. A continuous sale of the traditional Westheimer beers begun in 1862, which is considered as an official year of the family-owned enterprise foundation. Till now, the production is located in the same unique natural landscape of the famous Sauerland in the North Rhine-Westphalia. The extensive estate has three own wells delivering fresh spring water to the brewery. Today, Baron Joseph von Twickel, along with his son Baron Moritz von Twickel, runs the traditional family business. For excellent quality, Westheimer beers have achieved the highest awards from the Federal Government and German Agricultural Society, and Westheim has been recognized as the best brewery of the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Westheimer Pilsner Unpasteurized Full-Flavoured Live German Lager. One of the best beers in Germany. Brewed strictly according to the German Purity Law of 1516 based on fresh spring water from the brewery’s own wells, , mixture of barley and hops from the best-known cultivable areas and brewer’s yeast from the own production. Numerous highest awards from German Agricultural Society. Westheimer Weizen Unpasteurized, Unfiltered, Naturally Cloudy, Full-Flavoured Live Wheat Beer. One of the outstanding wheat beers. Brewed strictly according to the German Purity Law of 1516. Gold Medal from German Agricultural Society. Westheimer Graf Stolberg Unpasteurized Full-Flavoured Live Dark Beer. Hermann Graf zu Stolberg-Stolberg, a direct ancestor of the owner family, brewed the dark beer first time in 1882. About 100 years later, in 1995, Graf Stolberg Dark was remade based on the original recipe. Michael Rudolph, an author of “Titanic”, mentioned this special dark beer in his book “The Hundred Best Beers in the World”. The Newspaper “Die Welt” referred Graf Stolberg Dunkel to the top 10 best beers in the world. Numerous awards by German Agricultural Society justify the highest quality of this archetypical beer specialty.
Unpasteurized, Unfiltered, Naturally Cloudy, Full-Flavoured Live German Lager. Zwickelbier is essentially an effervescent form of a Bavarian Kellerbier. Westheimer Wildschütz is the first Zwickelbier that is available in the North America. The Poacher Klostermann lived in the middle of the 19th Century in the Sauerland and was a kind of Robin Hood. Because he killed the animals like to the noble people of the area and was therefore less popular in these dominions, but even more to the poor people with whom he shared the spoils generous. And now you can see it again ... Drinking beer makes. Tonight is the "Westheimer poacher Klostermann" in front of me, a unfiltered beer with an average alcohol content of 4.8% vol. Visually, it is solid, the cloudy amber and the solid foam do something here. The first sip is very digestible because the malt sweeps sweet and very tasty on the tongue. It almost seems a bit oily, without to think negative. One simply has a great taste in your mouth. From the middle part of the hops are also enforces reinforced what this Bräu thereby gives the typical pilsner note. The buttery soft water and the successful combination of sweet and dry start middle can really convince. Delicious ...
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First wine were bottled in 1898 by Hans Koll in Cochen city in Mosel region of Germany. Oppenheimer Kroten Brunnen The grapes for this wine were grown in the city of Oppenheim, in the Rheinhessen region. Some lemon fruit, honey, apricots and lightly tart. Great summer white wine. Niersteiner Gutes Domtal Produced in the Rheinhessen region of Germany. This is an off dry wine with soft floral bouquet, distinct fruit flavors and hint of sweetness. Very refreshing and perfect with lightly spiced food.
This wine is speciality from Moselle wine region. Smooth with the tannins refined and round. Light pale yellow in color. The smell is very fruity, floral and pleasant. The taste is refreshing with hints of nutmeg and exotic fruit. Balanced and pleasant sweetness and a fruity aftertaste. Kroever Nacktarsch The legend says: some children crept into the wine cellar, and helped themselves to too much wine from the barrels. The cellar master punished them by tapping their bare behinds. Zeller Schwartze Katz Zell is one of the best known Mosel villages. The wine is blend of 70-80% Riesling and 20-30% Muller-Thurgau. The wine is light and fruity but not too sweet.
Gewurztraminer A particularly aromatic variety of the Traminer grape was the source of the Gewurztraminer grape that appeared in the 1800s. Now a well respected varietal itself, the full-bodied Gewurztraminer has its own characteristic bouquet which fills the nose and mouth with flavor. This off-dry wine displays lush, fragrant flavors and aromas of white peaches, lichee fruit, and rose petals, with a complex hint of rich allspice. This wine will pair well with many foods, especially those prepared with sweet or hot flavors, Southwestern, Caribbean and Asian cuisines, turkey, chicken, pork roast, or ham. Liebfraumilch Literally and crudely translated, Liebfraumilch is "Lovely Woman's Milk." The term Liebfraumilch is a creative, poetic invention to describe a sweet wine that might taste like the milk from a beautiful lady. Liebe Frau = "Dear Lady," or "Lovely Lady," or our "Beloved Lady." Milch is the German word for milk. This 9% alcohol by volume wine pours with a platinum-gold color. Nose is light, featuring green and yellow apples, pear, table grape and peach aromas.This is a sweet wine that is fairly high in residual sugar. Many people like their wines dry, so some will be turned off by the almost grape-punch flavor of this wine. This is a wine that is made for summertime sipping. If you are out working in the garden and are looking for something light and refreshing to drink, a cold glass of Liebfraumilch is not a bad choice. This wine features grape & apple juice flavors with a mildly acidic bite. It is a fine wine to serve with fruit or as an apéritif.
BECKERMANN - BLUE LINE Piesport is a small wine growing village in Germany’s Mosel region. Grapes grown in this area are predominately Riesling but the Müller-Thurgau variety is also grown here. Michelsberg is the area’s Grosslage (the largest vineyard in the area). Piesporter Michelsberg Lightly sweet and refreshing aromas and flavors with a soft finish. This Riesling Spätlese is made from Muller-Thurgau and Elbling grape varieties. Piesporter Michelsberg Spatless This wine is a product of the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer growing region. It is a 9% alcohol by volume wine made from a blend of Riesling and Müller-Thurgau grapes. The fully-ripened grapes were “late gathered” (usually harvested later in the year, during the month of October). Wines of this type are generally sweet and contain more fruit flavor. This is a QmP wine (Qualitätswein mit Pradikät) and is the product of an exceptional wine growing year where no “added sugars” are used during fermentation. Wines with this designation and quality grade are usually priced higher than other German wines. Rheinhessen Auslese Perfectly pleasant Auslese, semi-sweet, fruity and well rounded. The wine is a bit too sweet to drink more than a glass or two, but it represents an excellent QPR. Perfect as an apertif or dessert wine. It has a pineapple, melon apricot aroma. Very smooth in the mouth with no bite and a long aftertaste. It is not a syrupy wine. Also because it has a higher sugar content it will keep its freshness and good taste after being opened, for at least 4-5 days. Riesling Riesling is one of the world's most elegant wines, yet its acceptance in America has long been hindered by the perception that it is always sweet. And in an era when many wine drinkers prefer dry wines, anything hinting at a specter of sweetness can easily be pushed aside. That's a shame, because many people are missing out on a great wine. The Riesling grape can make sweet, even very sweet, wine. And yet, it can be beautifully dry and off dry (just-sweet), too. No matter what level of sweetness, Riesling depends on a backbone of tangy acidity. Indeed, Riesling's steely tang is as much a part of its identity as its potential sweetness and its delicate array of mineral, floral, and citrus/peach notes. Sweet Red Wine
Sweet red wines tend to get a bad rap. Wine critics often see them as being insufficiently "serious" or complex. The public often associates sweet red wines with cut-rate, poor-tasting wines, such as the Carlo Rossi muscatels. However, some sweet red wines can be delicious.There are four main groups of sweet red wines: "straw" wines, fortified wines, sparkling wines and young wines. "Straw" wines are wines which have been made from dried grapes; the drying process concentrates their natural sugars. Fortified wines include distilled spirits, such as brandy. Sparkling wines are wines with high levels of carbon dioxide. Young wines are wines which have not been aged for very long, which results in sweeter, less complex flavors than those of older wines.
Franconia (Franken) is a region for quality wine in Germany situated in the north west of Bavaria in the district of Franconia, and is the only wine region in the federal state of Bavaria. In 2008, vines were grown on 6,063 hectares (14,980 acres) of land in the region. The greatest part of the wine region is situated in the county of Lower Franconia around its capital Wurzberg along the Main River. There are a few areas in Middle Franconia mainly in the steigerwald and a very small part in the area of Upper Franconia around Bamberg. The bends of Main have been used to define the region's three districts, two of which take their names from their respective geometric shape. Bürgerspital zum Heiligen Geist (Citizen's Hospital of the Holy Ghost) is the name of one of Germany's oldest wineries. It goes back to the early 14th century when a wealthy member of the ruling class in the Franconian town of Würzburg set up a foundation to look after citizens in need of care. He endowed the hospital with a vineyard. Ever since, the money made from selling wine was used to support the charitable work of the Bürgerspital - today it is both a nursing home and a well respected winery
Buerger Miller Thurgau Lovely light melon fruits with a delicious, subtle spiciness and a clean dry finish. Some of the most wonderfully fresh, light white wines I have ever tasted...a wonderful, razor-sharp purity of fruit’ John Wilson, The Irish Times, 30th Jan 2010 writing about the 2007
CLEEBRONNER The Cleebronner Michaelsberg is part of the foothills of the forested Stromberg region. Its isolated location and unusually mild and balanced climate offer outstanding conditions for wine making. Its chalky keuper soils are ideal for Wuerttemberg’s prime grape varieties, namely Lemberger, Riesling, Schwarzriesling, Spätburgunder and Trollinger, which thrive nicely on the vineyard’s partially steep slopes. The Michaelsberg gained historical significance owing to St. Michaels Chapel, which was erected on this hill in early Christian times. The 1200-year old history of wine making at Michaelsberg is well-documented and serves as testimony to this superb landscape’s long and significant viticultural heritage. What the Michaelsberg represents to the “Wengerter” (or “wine gardeners”) from Cleebronn, the Kaiserberg represents for the citizenry of Güglingen. A glance at the Güglingen’s Kaiserberg makes one think automatically of the strong and distinctive Lemberger and the substantial and robust Trollinger together with Lemberger. In fact, the vineyard location of the Kaiserberg is just about perfect for this wine region’s two prime wine grapes. Partially steep, chalky keuper soils face almost exclusively to the South and provide ideal geological conditions for producing high-quality, rich red wines. Wine connoisseurs certainly appreciate these outstanding local wine growing conditions which, after all, brought forth the Lemberger, the so-called “Kaiser (or “emperor”) of red wines”. Indeed, this vineyard’s appellation could not possibly be more suitable!
Riesling This riesling has perfect character of citrus and gooseberries awakens this delicately fruity, semi-dry wine with a scent. With light mineral notes and a balanced acidity, it offers a refreshing taste. Carefully developed into a harmonious wine from selected grapes of selected vineyards. Trollinger
Mild aromatic character, with a fruity character presents this Trollinger. The Swabian national drink is considered traditional table wine. Bieteter cooled in summer a refreshing change Pinot Noir The scent of strawberries and exotic fruits in combination with a fresh, creamy texture characterizes this from red grapes vinified bright Pinot Noir.
Schloss Biebrich Sekt Trocken This dry ("Trocken"), light, 11% alcohol by volume wine from Wiesbaden, Germany, pours with a pale platinum-straw color. Active carbonation, with tiny bubble streams. Nose features a slightly musty, yeasty smell with some yellow apple aroma. German sparkling wines are typically made with Riesling grapes (and Silvaner, too), which is the primary reason why its sparkling wines don't taste anything like those made in France or California, where Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Colombard grapes are used. Also, most German sparkling wines, at least the inexpensive ones, are produced via the Charmat method (a "bulk method" where secondary fermentation is induced in bulk pressure tanks.) Some -- the Winzersekt -- are produced via the "traditional" or classic method of bottle fermentation (Methode Champenoise). Expect to pay substantially more money for Winzersekt German wines. Flavor is straight forward: yellow apple, apricot and a little goosebeery-like acidic sourness. Finish is crisp, clean, dry. Very enjoyable. In Germany, a "Tocken" (dry) wine has less than 9 grams of unfermented sugar per liter.