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“A crisp and refreshing wheat ale with delightful aromatics and subtle spiced flavor.”
“The classic Bavarian unfiltered wheat beer—golden, fruity, and thirst-quenching.”
“A traditional, refreshing German cloudy wheat beer with a delicate balance of banana and clove aroma and flavor.”
“This pleasant golden blond beer is preferred by all who love heavier, some- what seasoned, and refreshing beer. The full-bodied flavor still quenches the thirst, thanks to a balanced hopping. Bottle-conditioned and all natural.”
“Hoppy farmhouse ale brewed with rye, oats, and wheat and hopped with Australian and American hops. Fresh, lively, and hoppy when young, this beer also benefits from a bit of aging to reveal its _Brettanomyces_ character of farmhouse funk.”
The rustic grain bill featuring spelt and wheat gives the unique saison yeast the chance to show what it can do.
“A session sour mash-up of a crisp Kölsch, a salty Gose, and a tart Berliner Weisse with black limes, sour lime juice, and sea salt.”
“Hefty amounts of wheat and characterful malts meld with the signature weizen yeast to provide a rogue’s bounty.”
“German-style wheat beer with a good balance of banana and clove.”
Hops: Mosaic, Citra, El Dorado. Malt: two-row, white wheat, flaked oats, dextrin.
Dry, bitter, and popping with lemon, orange, and dried herbs, it finds balance through sweet pilsner malt, wheat, and a classic Belgian yeast strain.
“Brewed with wheat, two Belgian yeast strains, coriander, orange peel, and pink peppercorns.”
“This brew captures everything you’d expect from a traditional mole—coffee, chocolate, heat, and smokiness. Foremost is coffee, which is followed by layers of chocolate, courtesy of the chocolate malt, cocoa powder, and cacao nibs. Finally, a subtle lingering heat and smokiness from our blend of ancho, pasilla, mulato, and chipotle peppers, as well as cinnamon, which is gone by the time you’re ready for your next sip.”
“An unfiltered American wheat beer with flavors and aromas of lemon citrus and zest.”
“Brewed with pale and wheat malts, Magnum and East Kent Golding hops.”
“Features pilsen malt, flaked oats, and wheat with Citra, Cascade, and El Dorado to strike a chord of citrus, floral, and pine aromas and flavors.”
Our spontaneously fermented impression of saison, brewed with New Jersey wheat, rye, buckwheat, and oats, dry hopped with Strisselspalt and Saphir.
“Inspired by the rustic farmhouse saisons of southern Belgium, Regalia is brewed with barley, wheat, and spelt and fermented with _Brettanomyces_. A sturdy malt character supports the array of flavors that the yeast provides.”
“Notes of Moroccan lemons, orange Popsicle, grilled limes, and grapefruit juice. Bright and compelling.”
“Hibiscus and rose petals were chosen to complement the tart and citrusy character, giving this ale a delightful floral nose.”
“Whether you’re taking a break from a hard day of work or just a huge day of hops, this crisp refreshing beer with a hint of orange will lift your spirits without lowering your expectations for what a craft beer should be.”
Its pronounced citrus and floral aromas are what define American-style Hefeweizen.”
“Sirius Black is our Russian lmperial Stout to which we have added more complexity by adding locally roasted Indian Monsooned Malabar coffee and licorice root to the beer. It has an intense roasted malt and coffee aroma with flavors of toffee and caramel as well as a slight alcoholic "heat."
“A lightly filtered body and a sweet kiss of orange.”
“A base of German wheat and pale malts accented with Sterling and Citra hops that provide a blend of herbal grass and tangerine flavors and aroma. Gently finished off with white sage, lending a mild earthy spice character, and, of course, our house saison yeast.”
“Belly Laugh is a traditional saison brewed with a French farmhouse yeast, triticale (wheat/rye) malt, and a touch of elderfower and grains of paradise. Very dry, bright, and highly carbonated!”
“It is distinguished by its extremely light body and flavored with hints of banana and clove.”
"Imperial Smoked Wheat Stout aged for 18months in Weller Bourbon barrels with Coconut and toasted Pistachios added. Made to commemorate our 2 year anniversary."
“Coffee aroma with flavor notes of chocolate and toffee and a nice, dry finish.”
“Offers the refreshing drinkability of a wheat beer with fruit-juice characteristics and elegant haze.”
“Pyramid Hefeweizen has long been the standard by which all other wheat beers are judged. It’s an unfiltered, smooth, and refreshing ale.”
“Refreshing citrus undertones. The yeast gives the beer a nice smooth finish, a slight fruit flavor, and its distinct cloudy appearance.”
“American wheat with Simcoe hops.”
“Brewed with barley, wheat, rice. Fruity, slightly tart. Dry finish.”
“2014 World Beer Cup Gold Award Winner, American-Style IPA. Crisp, mouthwatering, American citrus hops dominate. The rich golden color comes from a blend of English and American base malts accented with Vienna and wheat malt.”
“In a town famous for its bottled blondes, we’ve reset the bar. This golden ale combines citrusy and floral American hops with pale, Vienna, and wheat malts. It’s a balanced, sessionable brew.”
“A combination of Schofferhofer Hefeweizen with grapefruit flavoring.”
“Features natural orange-blossom honey and orange puree for a bright, citrus flavor.”
“Gently spicy wheat and yeast aromas blend with mildly bitter hops. The invigorating carbon dioxide ensures its liveliness.”
“A silky mouthfeel and creamy head. Munich, caramel, and chocolate malts create a rich, nutty, and slightly sweet malt profile.”
Remember what it was like to bite into a plump juicy peach fresh off the tree? That memory brought us back to Georgia in search of organic, natural flavor.
“If a shortcut through the woods beats the heat, why not take it? Though nontraditional, Shade’s blackberries and sea salt quench thirst on any sunny day.”
“Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat Beer is a lively, refreshing ale with a natural citrusy flavor and distinctive cloudy appearance.”
“Fresh lemongrass and ginger give it a refreshing aroma and taste. We keep the beer dry, letting the spices stand out on their own.”
“American sour fruit beer brewed with malted wheat, raw wheat, and raspberries.”
“Brewed with ... pilsner, rye, and wheat malts and hopped with Czech Saaz and Styrian Goldings.”
"Our modern interpretation of a classic Imperial Stout. Wheat is added for body and creaminess which plays perfectly off the rich and intense notes of dark chocolate and hints of plum and fig."
“Large portions of floor-malted wheat give our refreshing Spring Saison its creamy mouthfeel and hazy straw color. Smooth, slightly tart, and delicately hopped, this beer is also spiced with orange peel, coriander, and grains of paradise.”
“Sour wheat ale fermented with our house Lactobacillus and Brettanomyces cultures.”
"Pilsner malt, oats, spelt, and unmalted wheat, co-fermented... in French oak red wine barrels."
"Loaded with flaked oats and wheat, DDH Citra and Mosaic pellets, and Cryo."
Each year we select the rock-star hops of the harvest to craft this bold, juicy, tropically hop-forward brew, drumming up a citrus-inspired rhythm for what’s to come.
"What the Helles is a Landbier? Ours is sweet and golden with a full malty body, inspired by the country lagers of Bavaria."
“Zest is our take on a German-style Berliner weisse. The lemony tartness in this refreshing wheat beer comes from a two-stage fermentation with *Lactobacillus* and *Brettanomyces*.”
A low-alcohol, highly carbonated, refreshingly light-bodied wheat lager, with an oak-smoke flavor melded with a clean hop bitterness.
Brewed with European pilsner malt, malted wheat, and toasted oats, fermented cool with our house lager yeast, and dry hopped to the moon with Nelson Sauvin and Grüngeist.
Brewed with spelt and wheat and hopped with Citra and Nelson Sauvin. Aged on second-use Palisade viognier grapes and third-use Colorado apricots and California nectarines for four months.
"Inspired by the traditional foreign extra stout style, this dark ale brings deep, rich, malty chocolate flavor and a velvet-smooth body from the addition of oats and roasted wheat. Go beyond light and embrace the darkness."
“Light-bodied, softly tart, smoky, herbal, and peppery. Brewed with white oak–smoked red wheat and dry-hopped with German Saphir and Saaz.”
“The Passion Fruit Prussia is our nontraditional look at the classic Berliner weisse style. Brewed with a generous amount of passionfruit, this beer pours golden in color with a nice tart finish. A perfect complement to the summer heat.”
“A refreshing, gently tart, German-style wheat beer with a blend of citric and fruit notes with nods to cider and sauvignon blanc. We go through two fermentations with this beer to offer an interesting complexity in an amazingly light and drinkable beer.”
“A fruity, slightly drier wheat beer that showcases fresh hops, citrus, and honey.”
“Blend of a mixed-culture, dry-hopped spelt saison and a mixed-culture, oak-aged wheat saison.”
“Raw wheat, cherries, and wild yeast start life in a wooden open fermentor and finish on more cherries.”
['“We use all Colorado ingredients: malted and raw barley and wheat, Crystal hops, and a yeast blend of saison yeast, _Brettanomyces', '_ and _Lactobacillus._ We ferment in open oak barrel fermentors, then in other barrels. The result is a citrusy, dry, tart and effervescent beer.”\n']
“Starting with a traditional German malt bill consisting of 50% Pilsen malt and 50% wheat malt, we then kettle sour the wort. A generous apricot addition complements the tartness of the base beer, and the sea salt and coriander add to the complexity.”
“Built for the warmer months, our Golden Ale is brewed with American Willamette hops and pale wheat malt to create a low-alcohol American golden ale that balances bread-like malt flavors with herbaceous hops and a vibrant carbonation.”
“Sour ale with loads of blueberry and a touch of cinnamon. Tart, lightly sweet and tangy blueberry, subtle cinnamon.”
“Citra and Belma hops combine with beets, carrots, ginger, and apples.”
“The harmony of a fluffy wheat saison and a tart, Missouri saison.”
“A welcomed handshake to your taste buds. Light, crisp, fresh, and a little bitty bitter. Lets just say he won’t be that jerk that leaves you at the bar at 2 a.m. He’s low in alcohol. What a nice guy, that Hubert.”
“An easy-drinking wheat beer with a nose of cloves and banana and a citrus finish.”
“A golden, sun-colored ale with a bright, citrusy flavor that comes from the tropical passion fruit.”
Star fruit, melon, and watermelon rind. Dry hopped with Simcoe and Galaxy.
“Brewed with local wheat, barley. Fermented with Ethiopian white honey.”
“Constructed with dark roasted malts, malted rye, and oak-smoked wheat, then banished for nine months in Kentucky bourbon barrels to add strokes of vanilla.”
“471 is a small batch, limited-edition double IPA that combines pale, Munich, Caramel-30, Carapils, and Torrified Wheat malts, with Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe, and Fuggles hops. It has a big sweet mouthfeel, followed by more hoppiness than you’ve ever had at one time.”
“A slightly tart and crisp ale brewed with wheat malt and more than 400 pounds of cranberries per batch.”
“Dragon Fruit Berliner is a session sour brewed with dragon fruit, kiwi, and Michigan hops.”
Wasatch Apricot Hefeweizen is all about a beautiful apricot nose, a tart crisp body, and a smooth refreshing finish.”
NEIPA brewed with flaked oats and wheat. Intense flavors and aromas of tropical fruit and resinous pine dominate.
A hazy, super-juicy IPA made with a malt bill of entirely oats and wheat and heavily hopped with Citra and Denali.
“Well-balanced, floral, citrus, and vibrant hops character defines our idea of what a perfect session ale should be.”
“No banana or clove in this one. Nice zest and lemon flavors and aromas from the hops balanced with slight malt sweetness.”
“Raw wheat, barley; fermented in oak; dry hopped with Citra, Nelson Sauvin.”
“Hallertau aroma hops and highest-quality Bavarian wheat and dark barley malts.”
“Brewed with oats, unmalted wheat, thiolized yeast, Mosaic Incognito, Nelson Sauvin, Citra, Phantasm.”
Made using malt exclusively from our friends at Mecca Grade Estate Malting, creating what we call a PNW-style doppelbock.
“Blend of pilsner malt, wheat, oats. Passion fruit and citrus flavors from Strata, Simcoe, Citra hops.”
“This traditional saison is brewed using North Carolina–grown barley, wheat, and rye from Riverbend Malthouse and is open fermented. The beer is then finished with our house culture of _Brettanomyces_.”
“Like a sound system that fills the room with audibles swarming in every direction, this massive smoked wheat stout overtakes your senses with aromas and flavor of dark chocolate, caramel, roast, smoke, earth, and wood, It’s heavy, but you have to drop that bass every once in a while if you really wanna get down.”
“Juicy blueberry meets malted wheat for a fun, light, and balanced take on a fruited wheat hefeweizen.”
Pêche Fumé is a blend of wheat ales brewed with cherrywood-smoked malt and aged in oak barrels for up to 14 months."
“Substantial malt backbone with notes of toffee and toasted raisin-wheat bread.”
Dark and delicious, America's great milk stout will change your perception about what a stout can be. Preconceived notions are the blinders on the road to enlightenment. Udderly delightful.
"Dry, appetizing, complex, energizing blend of aged and young lambic." What our reviewers thought:
“A light, refreshing wheat beer balanced with fresh coriander and orange peel.”
Made with North Carolina barley and wheat before aging in a foeder. Conditioned on fresh Carolina peaches.
“Unfiltered and cloudy with yeast, it’s slightly tart and downright refreshing.”
Foeder-fermented schwarzbier brewed with pilsner, Munich, Maris Otter, Caramunich, chocolate wheat malt, and Hersbrucker hops.
“A kettle-soured wheat ale, aged on 450 pounds of tangerine juice.”
Flaked wheat and rice allow for the very dry character of this beer. Bittered with Citra hops and relying on Simcoe and Mosaic for its aroma.
“Eis Maker is not produced by freezing, removing the ice, and collecting what remains, but we use the notation to indicate that the beer is very strong. You will find this Eis Bock to be sweet, malty, and boozy with notes of raisin and dark fruit, and similar in profile to a barleywine.”
"Brewed with over 4 lbs per barrel of fire roasted Sumatra from Bend’s Bohemian Roastery and maple wood smoked malt from Skagit Valley Malting, Canadian Coldfront is loaded with intense coffee notes of silky bittersweet chocolate and a faint sweet smoky finish. What a way to ride, oh what a way to go."
"This classic German style is light and refreshing. Perfect for combating the summer heat."
"Cloudy, smooth, and mellow, Blanche de Namur is a very high-quality wheat beer.”
“Brewed with German yeast and Tettnanger hops and has delicate citrus flavors.”
“Brewed with wheat. Aged in wine barrels with our house mixed culture.”
“Tart wheat ale featuring jasmine rice specialty malt with dragon fruit and loquat.”
Refreshingly tart and palatable. This version uses darker malts for added complexity and copious amounts of Montmorency cherries.” What our reviewers thought:
“Featuring a nose of BIG tropical fruit, the taste is of light wheat and a perfect harmony of tartness and sweet fruit.”
“Baltic porter brewed with oak-smoked wheat and Vermont maple syrup.”
OK fine, here’s your NEIPA. Azacca, Mosaic, El Dorado, Sabro, oats, wheat, etc.
“Our Mexican-style lager is everything you could want. A hint of corn on the aroma is part of what gives this beer it’s slight sweetness and is reminiscent of summertime and tacos on the beach, but the crisp, dry finish will leave you wanting more.”
“Features a refreshing balance of citrus and spice. Coriander and Curaçao orange peel round out the flavor of this hazy Belgian-style wheat beer.”
"We used flaked wheat and flaked oats to further enhance the mouthfeel."
“Açaí, guava, and elderberry, and balanced with a delicate addition of Himalayan pink sea salt.”
“Grounded by malted wheat, Snow Glare’s medley of Mosaic, Centennial, and Palisade hops bring tropical and floral aromas and a crisp finish.”
“A spin on the classic American wheat ale, Neon Bloom is enhanced with Lemon Drop and Citra hops, backed with natural lemon peel for a fresh and fragrant experience.”
“Primus features a subtle warming alcohol character with notes of chocolate, caramel, and toffee in concert with flavors and aromas of clove, banana, and vanilla.”
“A refreshing, gently tart, German-style wheat beer. Our take on the classic Berliner has a blend of citric and fruit notes with nods to cider and sauvignon blanc.”
"A blend of golden sour beer, mixed-culture saison, and hopped wheat beer aged in oak barrels and fruited with fresh white peaches and white nectarines."
“In the tradition of the Belgian wit–style, Upland Wheat Ale is unfiltered, allowing suspended yeast to create a cloudy, golden appearance. This is an everyday, every meal type of beer. It’s comforting on a cold winter day and refreshing on a hot summer evening.”
“Brooklyn Bel Air Sour is full of surprises. It starts up with bright notes of tropical fruit yet finishes crisp and gently tart. It’s a trip that’s laid back, breezy, and completely refreshing.”
“Allagash White features a refreshing balance of citrus and spice. Wheat, coriander, and Curaçao orange peel round out the flavor of this pale straw-colored, hazy beer.”
“Cloudy and straw-colored with a meringue-like head that lingers to the bottom of the glass. Brewed with wheat malt, few hops, and a yeast strain that produces notes of clove, banana, and vanilla.”
“West Coast–style black IPA with midnight wheat and Simcoe, Columbus, Cascade, Mosaic, Amarillo hops.”
“This traditional sour German wheat beer has a soft wheat malt body with a clean tartness and crisp finish. Baywindow Berliner is a true sessionable sour ale. Prost!”
“Stainless-soured wheat beer aged in gin barrels with Thai lime leaves. Inspired by gimlets and rickeys.”
“Pale and a heavy load of malted wheat. Citra and Loral Cryo. Pineapple and citrus.”
“Made with Franconian barley and wheat and an elongated fermentation and aging with one strain of Saccharomyces, two strains of Brettanomyces, along with lactic-acid bacteria in neutral oak. Bottle conditioned with native yeasts and bacteria.”
“Oat- and wheat-forward hazy with 5 pounds per barrel of hops.”
“Can-conditioned saison brewed with white wheat, triticale, and pilsner malt.”