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Wheat / Wit / White Beer

Wheat beer has been produced for centuries by countless brewers in countries across the world, with individual styles emerging and disappearing to the ravages of time. What stays constant is the use of wheat in their production, though it’s never the only grain which goes into the beer. It’ll come along with its ol' faithful friend barley - usually about 30% to 70% of a wheat beer will be wheat. Surprisingly, wheat doesn't often bring a lot of flavour to the table, but it certainly does affect the general personality of the beer.

These days, you’ll mostly find wheat beers coming from either Germany or from Belgium, though there have been a few coming from the UK and the USA in recent years. In Germany, wheat beer is deeply connected to Bavaria, and must be top-fermented. Hefeweizen is also produced here, much in the same style though these are bottled conditioned (the clue here is that 'hefe' is the German word for 'yeast'). In Belgium, wheat beers are more spiced affairs, as many are made with the addition of herbs, spices and even citrus peels.

Einstök Icelandic White Ale (Euro 2016 Limited Edition)

33cl, 5.2%
Einstök Ölgerð Beer Company

A limited edition presentation of Einstök's excellent Icelandic White Ale, celebrating the UEFA Euro 2016 football championship. An incredibly popular beer indeed (although Ronaldo might not be too…  More info

Einstök Icelandic White Ale (Euro 2016 Limited Edition)

Weird Beard K*ntish Town Beard

33cl, 5.5%
Weird Beard Brew Company

Weird Beard's K*ntish Town Beard is something of a mixture of style - a hearty helping of wheat in the recipe might make you think it leans towards the German Weißbier, but the London-based brewers…  More info

Weird Beard K*ntish Town Beard
$3.53

Pressure Drop Wu Gang Chops The Tree

33cl, 3.8%
Pressure Drop Brewing

An interesting hefeweisse from Pressure Drop made with foraged herbs, created with the intention of creating a beer that would pair well with roast chicken! The name is a reference to Wu Gang, a…  More info

Pressure Drop Wu Gang Chops The Tree
$2.71

Chorlton Brewing Co. Märzen Weiße 2017

66cl, 5.6%
Chorlton Brewing Co

A German-style wheat beer from the Chorlton Brewing Co., which is unfiltered, unpasteurised and unfined. Always an exciting moment when we get to bust out the "ß" letter.  More info

Chorlton Brewing Co. Märzen Weiße 2017
$8.35

De Villée

33cl, 5.9%
Brasserie de Silly

De Villée is a combination of wheat beer from Brasserie de Silly along with a splash of lemon eau de vie from Distillerie de Biercée.  More info

De Villée
$2.93

Hitachino Nest White Ale

33cl, 5.5%
Kiuchi Brewery

The Kiuchi brewers have aimed for a Belgian style of wheat beer with their wonderful Hitachino Nest White Ale - lots of spice and sweetness carried by the mellow, creamy mouth-feel.  More info

Hitachino Nest White Ale
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BrewDog Nine to Five Wizard

33cl, 7.5%
BrewDog

Some people say that those chaps from BrewDog are wizards. There might be a touch of truth to that, and their Nine to Five Wizard is perhaps an admission of wizardly-ness. It's a German-style…  More info

BrewDog Nine to Five Wizard
$3.41

Weird Beard Sour Rangers

33cl, 2.6%
Weird Beard Brew Company

There's plenty to love about Weird Beard Sour Rangers, so we've made a little list to make things a bit simpler. 1. It's a terrifically tart apricot Berliner Weisse style brew. 2. It's made by…  More info

Weird Beard Sour Rangers
$3.08

Flying Dog Jalapeño White Ale

36cl, 5.5%
Flying Dog Brewery

From Maryland's Flying Dog comes a Belgian-style wheat beer brewed with Jalapeño peppers. Spicy though creamy - a delicious juxtaposition.  More info

Flying Dog Jalapeño White Ale
$2.76

To Øl LikeWeisse Berliner

33cl, 3.8%
To øl

Some cracking word-play going on here with To Øl's LikeWeisse Berliner wheat beer. Oh, and it's a cracking beer too, brewed with Motueka and Citra hops.  More info

To Øl LikeWeisse Berliner
$3.68

Black Isle Berliner Weisse

33cl, 3.5%
Black Isle Brewery

A traditional sour Berliner Weisse from Black Isle Brewing in the Scottish Highlands. The brewers recommend trying this one with a dash of elderflower cordial.  More info

Black Isle Berliner Weisse
$2.90

To Øl Wit is the New Black

33cl, 6%
To øl

Wit is the New Black is a Belgian-style wheat beer from To Øl, which interestingly has been brewed with liquorice, along with Ella and Vic Secret hops. Sweet and herbaceous.  More info

To Øl Wit is the New Black
$3.97

Mikkeller Vesterbro Wit

33cl, 4.5%
Mikkeller

A house beer at the Mikkeller bar in Vesterbro, Copenhagen, which is brewed at D’Proef in Belgium.  More info

Mikkeller Vesterbro Wit

Brussels Beer Project Grosse Bertha

33cl, 7%
Brussels Beer Project

A Bavarian-style Hefeweizen from the Brussels Beer Project, who like to try different things rather than to keep going over the same styles of beers that have been produced in Belgium for hundreds of…  More info

Brussels Beer Project Grosse Bertha

Edge Brewing Twisted Verbena

33cl, 5.9%
Edge Brewing

A collaborative brew between the folks at Edge Brewing in Barcelona and Huddersfield's Magic Rock Brewing - Twisted Verbena is a Berlin-style wheat beer brewed with lemon verbena, along with lemon…  More info

Edge Brewing Twisted Verbena
$3.80

And Union Steph Weiss

50cl, 5%
And Union

The Steph Weiss from And Union is a Bavarian-styled wheat beer, brimming with vanilla and clove notes alongside juicy lemon sweetness. Excellent summer sipping.  More info

And Union Steph Weiss

To Øl Cloud 9 Wit

33cl, 4.6%
To øl

A superb wheat beer from the To Øl chaps, made with a combination of Curaçao orange peel and mango, as well as some rather up-front hops.  More info

To Øl Cloud 9 Wit

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Valencia Orange

38cl, 5.8%
Crooked Stave

Belgian style Brettanomyces wheat beer here from Crooked Stave's St. Bretta range. These beers are brewed with different types of citrus, dependent on what's in season at the time - for this one, the…  More info

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Valencia Orange
$12.57

Van Bulck Organic Blonde Beer

33cl, 4.6%
Van Bulck

An unfiltered organic Belgian beer brewed at D’Proef with barley, wheat and spelt as well as orange peel and coriander.  More info

Van Bulck Organic Blonde Beer

Mikkeller Cucumber Witbier

33cl, 6%
Mikkeller

Oooh, a cucumber wheat beer, made as a collaboration between Mikkeller and I'm a KOMBO. The label even features a diagram showing you how to make your own cucumber garnish/bottle cap for the beer!…  More info

Mikkeller Cucumber Witbier

Stillwater Cellar Door

36cl, 6.6%
Stillwater Artisanal

An American wheat beer from the Stillwater selection - this has been brewed using German wheat and pale malts, alongside Citra and Sterling hops as well as a subtle touch of white sage. Very…  More info

Stillwater Cellar Door

Hawkshead Solar Sour

33cl, 3.3%
Hawkshead Brewery

Solar Sour from the Hawkshead Brewery in Cumbria is a wonderfully refreshing Berliner Weisse made with Tettnang hops. It was first brewed on the day of a solar eclipse, inspiring the name.  More info

Hawkshead Solar Sour

And Union Summer Wheat Ale

50cl, 5.5%
And Union

When it comes to summer beers, you can't go wrong with a cold, refreshing wheat beer, and the folks from And Union know this very well indeed, judging by their excellent Summer Wheat Ale!  More info

And Union Summer Wheat Ale

Weird Beard K*ntish Town Beard 50cl

50cl, 5.5%
Weird Beard Brew Company

An American-style wheat ale from the wonderful Weird Beard Brew Co., made somewhat like a Pale Ale with a good portion of wheat at its core with an American ale yeast. Alongside this, they've gone…  More info

Weird Beard K*ntish Town Beard 50cl

McGrath's No. 3 Irish White Ale

50cl, 4.9%
Clanconnel Brewing Co.

Not many greyhounds have a beer named after them, but Master McGrath was no ordinary poochy. The famous hare courser of the 1860-70s is said to have had a heart twice the size of a regular greyhound…  More info

McGrath's No. 3 Irish White Ale

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