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  1. >>Hallie: Yes, so this is a Hefeweizen pronounced Hefeweizen by the way. A lot of people say
  2. of this style of Hefeweizen and definitely a little citrus there too. Every Hefeweizen
  3. Berger may have bought himself some time, but there is no doubt in anyone's mind that the handsome German will crush him like a can of cheap hefeweizen.
  4. Now I'm in a bar enjoying a Hefeweizen.
  5. is traditionally eaten before Noon, and it comes with a Glass of Hefeweizen.
  6. and every region is known for their own Kinds, like Bavarians like to drink Lager and Hefeweizen,
  7. Sometimes you'll see it labeled as hefeweizen,
  8. to use. A tool for elevating hefeweizen to high art
  9. yeast can do; so open the Franziskaner the Hefeweizen.
  10. specific Hefeweizen yeast that they are using in the beer. So a lot, go ahead --
  11. >>Christina: So we were talking about Hefeweizen, we were talking about the yeast and the yeast
  12. >>Christina: Very important...the second misconception is that a Hefeweizen is lemony and you should
  13. >>Hallie: --So, you know if a German comes up to us and says they want a Hefeweizen and
  14. >>Hallie: And pretty much anyone from Europe if they ask us for a Hefeweizen, we put a
  15. >>Hallie: So the question is uh, with the esters from the Hefeweizen the banana and
  16. clove, what would we eat with a Hefeweizen?
  17. people use a Hefeweizen in vinaigrette and you can tell how that would work really well.
  18. Hefeweizen or porter or, you know, Wit Bier or whatever made in a variety of countries,
  19. a Hefeweizen.