07 March, 2008

Win a case of Kapuziner wheat beer

Kapuziner wheat beer, from the beer city Kulmbach, is brewed according to time-honoured monastery techniques, so wheat-beer lovers can experience "original pleasure".

Beer is a living tradition in Kulmbach.

For the nine-day

beer festival, which always starts on the last Saturday in July, up to 120,000 guests arrive every year from around the world. Each brand brews its own special festival beer to mark the occasion, and Kapuziner is the main attraction.

Fullback Imports suppl ies Kapuziner to the UK and describes it as "a beer with a special fruity and spicy taste and a golden, low-yeast cloudiness". The three-strong range consists of the original Kapuziner Weissbier with 5.4 per cent abv, Kapuziner Light at 3.1 per cent abv, and an alcohol-free variant at less than 0.5 per cent abv. A special feature of the range is the back label

- to ensure maximum flavour, a thermometer indicates the optimal drinking temperature of 8C by turning green.

Fullback is offering three winners a case of 20x50cl Kapuziner Weissbier. To be in with a chance of winning just answer this question:

Where in Germany is Kapuziner brewed?

Send your answer, with your name, address and telephone number, to: OLN/Kapuziner competition c/o Justin Horsman, Fullback ,

10 Green Lane, Selby, North Yorkshire YO8 9AW.

Go to for more information about Kapuziner or call 07818 424038

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