Warsteiner beer is brewed in the Arnsberg Forest Nature Park outside of Warstein, Germany and it has been a product of the Cramer family since 1753. Warsteiner is Germany's largest privately owned brewery, and its most popular beer is Warsteiner Premium Verum. Albert Cramer is the owner and managing director of Warsteiner, and has used his company to promote competitive hot air ballooning in Germany.
Warsteiner ranks number 4 among Germany's best selling breweries. All beers are brewed in strict accordance with the Germany Purity Law of 1516.
Warsteiner Premium Verum, a pilsener style beer, is Warsteiner's most popular beer, and is exported to over 60 countries. The ingredients are forest spring water, two-row malted summer barley and all German hops; the alcohol content is 4.8 percent.
Warsteiner Premium Dunkel is Warsteiner's second most popular beer. Dunkel is a traditional style, dark beer with an alcohol content of 4.8 percent.
Warsteiner Premium Fresh is only non-alcoholic beer, brewed exactly like the Premium Verum and then having the alcohol extracted. The beer contains 80 calories per 12 oz. bottle.
König Ludwig Weiss- Royal Bavarian Hefeweizen is a golden hefeweizen style beer. It is brewed with natural yeast and Bavarian ingredients, and has an alcohol content of 5.5 percent.
The Warsteiner slogan, found on each bottle reads, "Eine Königin unter den Bieren" which literally translates into English as "A Queen among the Beers", referring to the queen's crown on each beer bottle. Warsteiner is also the official beer of Lufthansa.
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Warsteiner Beer and Brewery, en.wikipedia.org
Warsteiner Premium Verum, beeradvocate.com