Published: April 14, 2016
Reinheisgebot pronounced "Rine-Hites-gaBoat" is the German Purity Law. It originated in the Bavarian city of Ingolstadt on April 23, 1516. It was introduced by Duke Wilhelm IV with the intent to control the price of beir by limiting the allowed ingredients to be water, barley, and hops. This also helped to ensure the quality of the beir.
In celebration of this major event in beir history, we will be having an event on Saturday, April 23, 2016. We will have multiple beer tasting venues with Jason Wallace being one of the few. We will also be serving from a special menu in which every item will contain beir in the recipe!
Hessen Haus will also be offering games to be enjoyed from 1 p.m. until dusk with $15.16 das boot ALL DAY long and multiple swag bags for some lucky folks.
So stop on down on Saturday, April 23 and help us in celebrating 500 years of Reinheisgebot!!!