Schneider Weisse Mein Nelson Sauvin
Where: Kelheim, Germany
Type: Wheat Doppelbock
Andre Wechsler Says: "Brewed in 2011 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ATB Cafes in Holland, Mein Nelson Sauvin is a golden wheat with a fruity character that leans toward a strong white wine, like Sauvignon Blanc, and finishes with a fine note of hop bitterness. The beer's name goes back to the variety of hops used for the brew, which only grows in New Zealand. A second yeast from Belgium is used for fermentation in the bottle. This beer is extremely rare. One of the best that I've ever tasted."