The Schöfferhofer Hefeweizen light beer has the fresh, rough and refreshing taste of real German beer. It clearly has a distinct, characteristic for wheat beer but, at the same time, maintains a fully balanced bouquet. It especially differs from the well known sweet Bavarian beers with its dry taste. It has a unique, memorable aftertaste, not dissimilar to the “Veuve Clicquot” champagne. Produced in Germany since the 16th century in a brewery that is located on the main square by the central cathedral of Mainz, that was called the “Peter Schöffer Court”. The Beer is named after the famous printer from Mainz, Johan Gutenberg, who invented the printing press and printed the first European copy of the Bible, and Peter Schöffer, who invented the font for this edition.