König Ludwig Weissbier

König Ludwig Weissbier

König Ludwig Weissbier

König Ludwig (Alcoholic beverage, Beer).
König Ludwig turbid Beer takes it name after the king who produced it (König-king; Ludwig- the king’s name).
The history of König Ludwig German beer dates back to 1260 in Bavaria when Duke Ludwig founded the first royal family factory in Munich.When he tasted the turbid beer, König Ludwig liked it so much, that he permitted that this beer could take his name.
In 1516, based on the quality of beer, The Duke of Bavaria adopted the German Beer Purity Law. This law limited beer ingredients to: water, barley, hops and yeast and allowed the extra use of malted wheat  in high fermented beer.
König Ludwig is produced based on German Beer Purity Law, having in its composition only the ingredients that are recognized by this law: water, hops, barley, yeast and malted wheat. Ingredients of König Ludwig Beer are selected from the best areas of Germany: soft water from the famous source of Kairsequelle; traditionally selected (hand- selected) hops from the Hallertau area which is the best and largest area in the world for constant cultivation of hops; hand-selected Barley from the famous regions of Germany and Champagne region of France.
This beer has a very special production style, a special way of fermentation and a long period of roasting barley, lending the beer its characteristic scent.
The exclusive importer of König Ludwig Beer for Albania is ARSTL Group.
König Ludwig turbid beer has been awarded the bronze prize at the “International Beer Challenge”, and ranked highest among other turbid beers in competition.

Recommended to consume over 18 years old.
To be served cold.

Benefits of König Ludwig Weissbier:

  • It is produced in the same way since its creation (The Royal Tradition of the Bavarian Brewery).
  • Produced based on Purity Low Beer.
  • Produced with best ingredient selected in special areas of Germany.
  • The Freshness of Konig Ludwig Beer.
  • The Taste of Konig Ludwig Beer.

Ingredients of König Ludwig Weissbier:


Brewing barley


Nutritional values for 100 ml:

  • Energy – 193 kJ (46 Kcal)
  • Fats – 0 g
  • Of which Saturated Fatty Acids – 0 g
  • Carbohydrates – 3.4 g
  • Of which Sugar – 0 g
  • Proteins – 0.5 g
  • Salt – 0.01 g

Formats of König Ludwig Weissbier:

  • Bottle 0.5 L
  • Barrel 30 L

Flavors of König Ludwig Weissbier:

  • König Ludwig Weissbier Hell

PURITY LAW BEER (Reinheitsgebot)- Law on Beer Purity:

The decree known as the Reinheitsgebot (Law on Beer Purity) was issued in 1516 by Duke Wilhelm IV.
The law restricted beer ingredients to: water, barley and hops. The beer purification law of 1516 was first applied to Bavaria and gradually to other parts of southern Germany. Eventually that law was applied throughout Germany in 1906.
Over time, it was noticed that the production of beer under this law, the constraint of ingredients, it brought about a problem, brewing beer. To avoid this problem, an additional ingredient should was needed. In the 19th century, Louis Pasteur discovered that yeast consists of microorganisms and that its presence was essential to the fermentation process. Therefore, the yeast was officially added as a fourth raw material, in the existing Beer Purity Law.
Finally, according to the Law of Purity, the permitted ingredients for the production of beer were 4: barley, lupine, yeast and water. As for high fermentation beer, the use of malted grain was allowed.
Since 1919, the Law on Beer Purity has had a major impact on the types of beer produced today. Warsteiner is one of three German beers produced on the Law of Beer Purity.

Certifications of König Ludwig Weissbier:

ISO UNI-EN-ISO 22000:2005

FSSC 22000