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spelt

a species of wheat, Triticum spelta, that was formerly much cultivated and was used to develop present-day cultivated wheats
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Miguel Cruz from Portugal said, ``The quality of French wheat has deteriorated over the past few years and we have been forced to use more German wheat.
These join three brewed-underlicence products, Sun Lik from San Miguel in Hong Kong, Kingfisher from India and Prince Luitpold Weisbier, a German wheat beer.
I thought it would be fun to make a German wheat beer; we've explored the Belgian wheats pretty thoroughly," said brewer Matty "Smooth" Gilliland.
2 per cent German wheat beer with spotted dick and custard, the pud's "old-fashioned bready qualities, sultanas and musky cinnamon proved a perfect match for the beer".
Iraq bought three 100,000 tonne consignments each of Canadian, Australian and German wheat from international supplier Dreyfus at prices between $235 and $240 per tonne FOB, the sources said.
Chalk boards hang from the ceiling to tempt with wine and food offers but there is also a substantial selection on tap from stouts to crisp European lagers and German wheat beers.
A Belgian Trappist beer has a chalice-shaped glass and German wheat beer performs better in a tall vase-like glass.
The Dunkelweisse is a classic dark German wheat beer, and the Honey Wheat is a specialty wheat with honey.
This is not only a rich, full-bodied, German wheat beer, it's the classic German wheat beer; tan in colour with a clove-like fruity bouquet and a refreshing yeast-influenced headiness.
German wheat beer is the perfect partner for toast and lager makes boiled eggs a real treat.
Wagner said that, in keeping with the traditional German wheat beer style, Saint Arnold Texas Wheat offers a light flavor and crisp body.