Annie's Tap House Tasting Notes —

Beers On Tap

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Annie’s Homestead Hefeweizen

The German-style hefeweizen is straw to amber in color and brewed with at least 50 percent malted wheat. The aroma and flavor of a weissbier comes largely from the yeast and is decidedly fruity (banana) and phenolic (clove). The intensity of these wildly differing flavor qualities varies depending on the brewer, but the two are most commonly balanced. Hefeweizen typically contains a low to moderate alcohol content and is considered to be the most popular amongst the German weissbier variety.

Wheat Beer - Hefeweizen | Great Falls, MT | 6% ABV | 20 IBU

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Annie's Helles Bock German lager

Annie's Helles Bock German Lager is a strong, rich and malty lager of German origin. First created in the Middle Ages in the German town of Einbeck,it spread throughout Germany during the 13th Century. Helles Bock is a spring time brew and is a great beer as winter turns to spring. A light sweetness and low toasted notes with a medium hop aroma.

Helles Bock | Great Falls, MT | 7% ABV | 28 IBU