Berliener Weisse by Brasserie Vrooden in Québec, Canada

About Berliener Weisse by Brasserie Vrooden

When Napoleon was in Berlin, after his victory against the Holy Roman Empire and the creation of Saxony in 1805, he called his favorite beer, the Berliner weisse, the champagne of the north. Very popular summer beer in the Berlin, this beer containing 50% of wheat is aged for at least 6 months to develop its characteristic aromas. It will continue to improve for a long time, as it can be aged for up to 20 years. The carbonation of this beer being very high, they used to bury the pottery jugs during the long fermentation to prevent them from bursting under pressure.


We brew genuine German beers, by the methods and ingredients used, without compromising on taste and quality!

Brasserie Vrooden makes Berliener Weisse Berliner Weissbier