Wheat beer is traditionally brewed in Germany or Belgium and had, until recently, yet to travel north of the border and into Denmark. When Anders Busse Rasmussen bought Indslev Bryggeri, he wanted to create something different. As the brewery’s master brewer was trained in the traditional production of wheat beer, their path was set.
“It has a very soft, rounded taste compared to barley-based beers,” Rasmussen says about his wheat beer. “The softness can be found in all of our beers, but the different varieties have very individual tastes, so there’s usually something for everyone.”