About the American Wheat Ale

The American Wheat Ale is similar to the German Hefeweizen but it has more hops and less yeast. Its color ranges straw to gold with varying clarity. Although the style typically uses less wheat than the Hefeweizen, its clean fermentation allows for a variety of wheat flavors with a complement of hops. Its feel hovers around medium or a little below with ample carbonation. The American Wheat Ale is similar to the American Blonde Ale, but utilizes Wheat instead of the typical Two-row Pale.

Big Blue Van is an American Wheat Ale brewed by College Street Brewhouse & Pub that blends mildly tart blueberries and wheat bread with sweet vanilla.

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Smooth Sail Summer Ale is an American Wheat Ale by Heavy Seas Beer that blends light lemon and orange citrus with wheat bread and honey.

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Oberon Ale is an American Wheat Ale by Bell’s Brewery, Inc. that blends doughy bread with spicy clove and pepper; refreshingly tart with lemon and orange.

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Passion Fruit Kicker is an American Wheat Ale by Green Flash Brewing Co. that blends tart passion fruit with wheat bread malt.

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Pulp is an American Wheat Ale brewed by Civil Society Brewing Co. that’s delightfully juicy, dank, and oh so refreshing.

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Blueberry Cobbler Ale, an American Wheat Ale by Funky Buddha Brewery blends blueberry, cherry, and vanilla with a wheat base.

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Sea Rose is an American Wheat Ale brewed by Ballast Point Brewing Company and blends puckering cherry and pomegranate with a honey wheat base.

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Unfiltered Wheat, an American Wheat Ale by Boulevard Brewing Co. blends wheat bread, banana, and a light lemon citrus.

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Wheat Stroke is an American Wheat Ale by Coppertail Brewing Co. that blends wheat and honey with a hoppy citrus finish.

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