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Tap 7

All-New TAP 7 Now Available! Posted October 10th, 2018 in Product Releases We are pleased to announce that our all-new TAP 7 software is now available.  TAP 7 provides the same proven RF propagation models in a completely refreshed user experience. ( 

Our demo software is the full software package with all modules enabled.  It includes both TAP 7 and TAP Mapper. (

Nee, dit is geen ICT-blog over software, dit gaat over bier. En gezien de labels bij dit bericht gaat het over Duits bier.

Tap 7: Mein Original Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn From:Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn GermanyStyle:Wheat Beer - Hefeweizen Ranked #25ABV:5.4% (

Okee, op de foto is een er ander etiket dan nu. Op de foto op (geraadpleegt op 24/1/2022 ; ja zo ver van tevoren schrijf ik) is het etiket blauw met wit, maar mijn fles heeft naast het blauwe logo op de witte achtergrond met een bruingele streep. 

Wel opmerkelijk dat een nr. 7 origineel wordt genoemd. Het bier is iets donkerder dan Palm. Het is net zo hazy als een NEIPA. Het heeft een zachte smaak van tarwebier. Er is een licht zuur geurtje in het aroma. De smaak is goed, maar weinig banaan. 

It's the art of brewing in its purest form for true wheat beer connoisseurs: "Original" – the traditional wheat beer brewed unaltered in accordance with the original recipe of Georg I. Schneider since 1872 – and since then simply marquee. Of a deep amber colour, harmonically balanced and strong. That's what Bavaria tastes like. And that's also what coming home tastes like - in the comfort of your own four walls as well as at your convivial "Stammtisch". Hops: Hallertauer Tradition, Hallertauer Herkules. (

It's the art of brewing in its purest form for true wheat beer connoisseurs: "Original"  – the traditional wheat beer brewed unaltered in accordance with the original recipe of Georg I. Schneider since 1872 – and since then simply marquee. Of a deep amber colour, harmonically balanced and strong. That's what Bavaria tastes like. And that's also what coming home tastes like - in the comfort of your own four walls as well as at your convivial "Stammtisch". (

Ze zijn wat algemeen, maar geven ook wat cijfers:

5,4% vol. alc. Hallertauer Tradition,  Hallertauer Herkules wheat malt, barley malt open fermentation, genuine bottle fermentation non-filtrated, non-pasteurized 14 IBU 7g/l carbon dioxide 12,8 % original gravity (

Die cijfers geven geen duiding aan de smaak, maar daar zijn andere websites over:

by LanceBiggums Much darker than the average weissbier, cloudy amber, the colour of a traditional Märzen, but weissbier hazy. Two finger head (probably poured too gently) of barely off-white, sudsy head, big foamy bubbles. Head faded within a few minutes (again maybe due to my too-gentle pour) but the carbonation kept a sparkling ring going in the centre all the way through drinking. Smell has the typical weissbier banana and medicinal cloves, but a bit muted. Dark fruit, caramel malt, and grain are more prominent than usual for the style. Banana and clove notes are a bit more present in the taste, along with the caramel malts, dark fruit, and sour hops on the finish. The feel is surprisingly thin and watery for such a dark beer, and a weissbier at that. The perky carbonation lightens it and, together with the sour hops, balances the yeast and malt sweetness nicely. Overall, an interesting example of the style, and worth your time to sample. But interesting does not mean classic. I expected a more "textbook" weissbier from the brewery that purports to be the original weissbier specialist. That's not to say it's bad in any way - it's a very good beer, but not the best example of its style in my opinion. The dark fruit and sour hops set it apart from other weissbiers, in a way that could be good or bad, depending on your tastes. Big flavours, to be sure, but not quite as big on the yeast banana and cloves as I had hoped. Still very good and definitely worth a try. Aug 28, 2021 (

by Snowcrash000 from Germany Pours a cloudy, deep, dark amber coloration with a medium, creamy head. Smells of doughy, slightly bready, caramelly malt and fruity and spicy yeast esters, with notes of banana and clove. Taste is a good balance of doughy, slightly bready, caramelly malt and fruity and spicy yeast esters of banana and clove, as well as very subtle hoppy hints of citrus and apricot. Finishes with a light bitterness and some banana, clove and subtle citrus accents lingering in the aftertaste. Soft mouthfeel with a medium/rich body and medium carbonation. This is quite dark and rich for a Hefeweizen, with a bit heavier focus on the malts, which lend a certain, light caramel sweetness to this, feeling almost more like a Dunkelweizen. There are still some quite distinct yeast esters to this though, with the clove standing out particularly, which I personally rather like, as well as lighter, quite subtle citrus and stone fruit accents. Overall, this makes for a somewhat unique, quite malty, Hefeweizen that's a bit too sweet for my personal taste, but still is still rather enjoyable for it's distinct yeast esters, subtle hoppiness and rich body and mouthfeel. Jun 19, 2021   (

Schneider Weisse Original Tap 7 is de moeder van de Weizen bieren. Dit frisse tarwebier is gebrouwen voor de liefhebbers van een echt Weizen. Schneider Weisse Original Tap 7 is gebrouwen volgens het originele recept van Georg I. Sinds 1872 is er niks meer aan dit recept veranderd. Amberkleurig, perfect in balans en ongelooflijk smaakvol. Dit is een Weizen, zoals de voorvaderen die ooit bedoeld hebben voor kieskeurige biergenieters. (

ZICHT/KLEUR Mooi bier met een licht oranje gloed en een dikke schuimkraag. GEUR In de geur veel bloemigheid en een fijne zoetheid van banaan en karamel. SMAAK Hierin herken je lichte fruittonen van citrus met een volle lichtzurige romigheid. AFDRONK Korte nasmaak met delicate bitters. (

Delicate bitters? Wat is dat voor een gewauwel? Het is een fluweelzacht tarwebier, met vrijwel geen bitterheid. Banaan en karamel herken ik wel vanuit het glas, maar niet vanuit de fles. Het is toch weer waar wat Michael Jackson zei over het proeven van bier. Vanuit de fles mis je een hele smaakbeleving. 

The Schneider Weisse world of wheat beer Every Schneider Weisse is the manifestation of an exceeding mastery in brewing to any true wheat beer enthusiast – and those about to become one. This is what our unique and characterful wheat beer specialities stand for: Every single Schneider Weisse beer is no less than the individual interpretation of an adventure in taste. Still they are all bound by a common affirmation of their Bavarian origin and the purity law ("Reinheitsgebot"). Browse through our assoertment now to find out what makes our wheat beer creations so special. (

Tap 1 … cherished since 1994. HELLE WEISSE Senses rejoice! Enjoying the moment in high spirits: "Meine helle Weisse" - a bright wheat beer with the original Schneider Weisse aroma, full-bodied and intensive. Its mild freshness is reviving and lifts the senses. The perfect companion for daydreaming on a summer's afternoon - Bavarian zest for life! (

Tap 2 … loved since 1990. KRISTALL A fine beer for fine occasions Perfect for special occasions: "Mein Kristall" - the prickly crystal "Weissbier" free of yeast, the ideal choice for a stimulating aperitif, served in a fine tall glass. With its delicate carbonation it's a truly inspiring drink for getting attuned to a reception. It also goes astonishingly well with fish. But even in a classic wheat beer glas its never out of place. (

Tap 3 … cherished since 2002. ALKOHOLFREI Wheat beer bursting with energy You can tell its strength by its colour alone: "Schneider Weisse non-alcoholic" - the slightly darker, isotonic thirst-quencher energizes with 100% wheat beer taste at less than 0,5% alcohol. That's how a "free" wheat beer should taste like: strong - just like Bavaria. . (

Tap 4 … enjoyed since 1916. FESTWEISSE A celebration of live Ideal for celebrations: "Meine Festweisse" - the lucid golden wheat beer, renewed from the traditional Oktoberfest beer recipe. Its fresh citrusy note is derived from precious Cascade hop and the fruity Schneider yeast - a real treat, unrivaled in freshness and drinkability. A great companion for Mediterrenean and light dishes, and - of course - festive gatherings. (

Tap 5 … enjoyed since 2008. HOPFENWEISSE A new dimension of wheat beer Go on a discovery: "Meine Hopfenweisse" - the incomparable experience of indulgent drinking, that exceeds all expectations … hoppy, but flowery, bitter and full-bodied, and still with a sweet malty aroma - this is how multifaceted wheat beer can actually be. A real delight in the special Schneider way! And when it comes to spicy dishes or refined chocolates the "Hopfenweisse" unleashes no less than a pleasant tremor of the senses. (

Tap 6 … enjoyed since 1907. AVENTINUS A day's reward For golden moments by the fireplace: "Mein Aventinus" - the wholehearted, dark ruby coloured wheat beer, intensive and fiery, warming, well-balanced and tender. Bavaria's oldest wheat "Doppelbock" - brewed since 1907! Its sturdy body in combination with its sweet malty aroma is an invitation to profound indulgence - an ingenious blend with a strong body.  Perfectly matches rustic dishes, dark roasts and sweet desserts. ( 

Tap 11 … taken lightly since 1986. LEICHTE WEISSE Whole flavour for the whole day Carefree, light pleasure: "Meine leichte Weisse" - the wheat beer with less alcohol but full aromatic wheat beer flavour. An ideal choice for that moment in between, at lunch-time or in the afternoon. Its refreshingly tangly note offers delectable, delightful moments, suitable for any occassion - and certainly a crowning finale of your day. (

Tap X Limited Edition 2017 NELSON SAUVIN 2017 An adventure for the senses. Brewed with the rare Nelson Sauvin hop from New Zealand this bottle-fermented wheat beer resembles an expressive Sauvignon Blanc. An exotic flowery bouqet followed by a malty body, slightly tart fruitiness and a light, dry finish. A fascinating combination of freshness, fruitiness and elegance! (

Okee de Tap 1 en 2 zijn uit de jaren negentig, terwijl de tap 3 en 5 en X uit dit millennium zijn en tap 4 en 6 uit begin van vorige millennium zijn. Tap 11 is dan weer uit de jaren tachtig. Bijzonder je zou verwacht 1 en dan 2, maar misschien is het net zoals bij 7up?

Brewing great wheat beer was our passion long before its value and its contribution to the Bavarian "savoir vivre" were commonly acknowledged. Since Georg I. Schneider obtained the right to brew wheat beer in 1872 (the first commoner to be granted this privilege), we have been constantly creating new wheat beer specialities, at times against all odds and conventions, independent of trends and with enduring courage. The knowledge and experience gained over generations is nearly unrivaled in Bavaria, Germany and the world. Wheat beer is a fascinating universe of possibilities, of combining ingredients, flavours, aromas, colours and intensities. That's why we not only appreciate all the different types of Schneider wheat beer we offer today, but also look ahead with excitement, to all the new, exceptional treats we will generate from the wheat beer universe tomorrow … for your very special pleasure. .... Pleasure needs time and ease. Just what it takes to brew wheat beer of an outstanding quality. The commitment, care and patience, that we have been cultivating for many generations today seems a bit out of style. But: resigning from our devotion to the quality of our beer and the enjoyment that comes with it just to save on production costs to us is simply out of the question. Therefore our beer is fermented in open vats instead of closed tanks, to allow the yeast to fully breathe. This is the origin the soft, multi-faceted, fruity and aromatic flavours that are typical for our wheat beers. Afterwards our master brewers skim the yeast with great care and traditionally by hand, in order to remove the so called "Kräuse" (foam caused by the fermentation process) that encapsules the prickly bitter hop resins. As you can see: we have been brewing true "craft beers" long before it became the big hype it is today.(

Looking closely at the past of Schneider Weisse, one will uncover two fascinating stories: The first tells of duke Maximilian I. and his rigorous commitment to the propagation of wheat beer, leading to the foundation of the first „Weisses Bräuhaus“ in Kelheim – today's brewing site of Schneider Weisse. A seemingly wholly different story begins far from Kelheim and tells us of the brewer family Schneider, passing on their precious heritage of experience and passion over many generations. Join us on a short trip through the centuries … and see how two stories finally become one. .... Schneider takes over the brewery at the age of 20. Soon he realises that Munich is not an enclave to the rest of the world. Farsightedly he consolidates the brand Schneider Weisse by registering its logo (consisting of two crossed yeast ears) with the Munich patent office. It is to be the world's first registered wheat beer brand. .... Founded more than 140 years ago in Munich, Schneider Weisse continues on a course to success at home and abroad. From the original founder of the brewery to his grandchild in sixth generation the Schneiders managed to ensure sustainable economic growth through innovative entrepreneurship. Good to know that with Georg VII., son of today's head of the brewery, the future of the family business is secured.(

7Up (of Seven-Up) is een frisdrankmerk van Dr Pepper Snapple Group in de Verenigde Staten en PepsiCo in de rest van de wereld.1929: De originele 7UP, een kleurloze koolzuurhoudende frisdrank met lemon-limesmaak, werd bedacht door Charles Leiper Grigg uit St. Louis, Missouri in de Verenigde Staten.[1] De originele naam was Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda, maar de naam werd snel veranderd in de huidige naam 7UP. 1952: De introductie op de Nederlandse markt door Joe van Bussel en Gerrit van Rooij te Amsterdam onder de naam 'G.B. van Rooij N.V.', een naam die in 1953 werd gewijzigd in: 'Seven-Up Bottling Company Amsterdam N.V.' die weer productielicenties uitgaf aan regionale bottelarijen als Vrumona, dit om het product zo spoedig mogelijk op de markt te krijgen. 1961: De Coca-Cola Company introduceert Sprite om de concurrentie aan te gaan met 7UP. ... Grigg heeft nooit verteld hoe hij op de naam 7UP is gekomen, waardoor er veel geruchten de ronde doen:[1] De 7 komt van de oorspronkelijke hoeveelheid per fles, 7 ounces, de "up" van bottoms up, oftewel 'proost!' De 7 zou staan voor de zeven oorspronkelijke ingrediënten en de "up" voor de koolzuur. De 7 zou staan voor het massagetal van het element lithium, een van de ingrediënten van de oorspronkelijke 7-up was het psycho-actieve bestanddeel lithiumcitraat. (

Lithium citrate (Li3C6H5O7) is a chemical compound of lithium and citrate that is used as a mood stabilizer in psychiatric treatment of manic states and bipolar disorder.[1][2] There is extensive pharmacology of lithium, the active component of this salt. Lithia water contains various lithium salts, including the citrate. An early version of Coca-Cola available in pharmacies' soda fountains called Lithia Coke was a mixture of Coca-Cola syrup and lithia water. The soft drink 7Up was originally named "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda" when it was formulated in 1929 because it contained lithium citrate. The beverage was a patent medicine marketed as a cure for hangover. Lithium citrate was removed from 7Up in 1948.[3] (

Het doet me denken aan Coca-cola dat eerst ook anders heette en coke als ingrediënt had:

Coca-Cola is bedacht in 1886 door de apotheker John Pemberton die eerder een variant op de destijds populaire alcoholische Vin Mariani ontwikkelde die hij Pemberton's French wine coca noemde. Nadat in Pembertons thuisbasis Atlanta in 1886 een verbod op alcoholische dranken was uitgevaardigd, verving hij de wijn door een extract van kolanoten. Om de bittere smaak van de kolanoten te neutraliseren voegde hij er suikersiroop aan toe en noemde het drankje Coca-Cola. Het werd verkocht in kruikjes en moest worden aangelengd met water. Toen men de siroop ging mengen met koolzuurhoudend water ontstond de prikkelende drank met de kenmerkende colasmaak. ... Tijdens de Olympische Spelen van 1928 was Coca-Cola voor het eerst in Nederland verkrijgbaar. Het eerste verkooppunt was een kraampje op het terrein van het Olympisch Stadion in Amsterdam.... De naam Coca-Cola is afkomstig van de cocaplant voor het stimulerende effect en kolanoten voor de smaak. De samenstelling van Coca-Cola is geheim... Er wordt gebruikgemaakt van Peruaanse cocabladeren na extractie van de cocaïne.[13][14] Voor The Coca-Cola Company is een uitzondering onderhandeld op het VN-handelsverbod op de handel in cocabladeren.[15] De geëxtraheerde cocaïne wordt dan doorverkocht voor gebruik als lokaal anestheticum door KNO-artsen.[16] Hoewel Coca-Cola de aanwezigheid van gedecocaïniseerde cocabladeren vermeldt op hun website, weigeren woordvoerders bij navraag commentaar te leveren op de aanwezigheid van gedecocaïniseerde cocabladeren in Coca-Cola.[15][17] Tot 1905 werden de bladeren niet gedecocaïniseerd, en bevatte Coca-Cola dus cocaïne.[12] Pemberton nam dit idee over van het Franse drankje Vin Mariani, dat eveneens coca-extract bevatte. (

Maar goed we hadden het over tarwebier, daar zit alcohol in. Tap 7 is van 1872 dus ouder dan 7up en Coca-cola. En heeft het verdovende bestanddeel nog steeds in zicht. alhoewel Tap 3?

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