Stiegl brews both a helles (a light lager ) and a Weissbier ( Hefeweizen ), as well as other specialty beers, including a grapefruit Radler . Stiegl is the most popular beer of Austria that isn’t owned by Brau Union and is known for its slightly sour taste.
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|Energy||only 31 kcal / 100 ml|
|Saturated Fat||<0,1 g|
|Total Carbohydrates||4,7 g|
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Beer quality and brands And like Czech beer , Austrian beer is very high quality. All the major breweries (as far as I’m aware) brew to the standards enshrined in the Bavarian Rheinheitsgebot of 1516, which declared that beer be made from nothing more than water, malt and hops (they didn’t know about yeast back then).
Stiegl Radler Because, you see, a radler is just barely beer. A mix of beer and fruit juice—in this case, grapefruit—it checks in at a mere 2.5% ABV. Still, Stiegl’s is tasty, and it will indeed get you drunk ( if you drink, like, 40 of them).
Real grapefruit juice gives this deliciously refreshing Radler (mixed beer drink) its amber natural cloudiness and pleasant tangy taste.
With only 180 calories per can and 2.0% ABV, the Stiegl Radler Grapefruit is an ideal drink for those looking for a light malt beverage. In fact, the German translation of “ Radler ” is “cyclist,” and the beer is often referred to as a “bicycle beer” because bicyclists prefer this style of beer as they bike the Alps.