This is a great glass for wheat ales. A stemmed wiezen glass, designed to maintain a healthy head, and concentrate aromas.
The brewery was founded in 1872 by Georg Schneider I and his son Georg Schneider II, after they acquired the Weisses Brauhaus in Munich, the oldest wheat beer brewery in the city. In 1927 the owners, who to this day are descendants of Georg Schneider I, expanded their brewing operations into Kelheim and Straubing. After the breweries in Munich were destroyed in 1944 by aerial bombardment by the Allies of World War II, the entire production was relocated to Kelheim.
Never chill your glassware, and decline if served a frosted glass. Why? As the beer hits the frosted glass condensation will occur and dilute your beer, while at the same time alter the serving temperature.
Hand washing glasses is recommended as some dishwashers will leave residues on the glass. If you have a new dishwasher with a sanitation cycle, using that with no soap is a great option as well. Allow your glasses to air dry whenever possible. It is not recommended to hand dry because towels can leave lint which will affect head retention.
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