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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.

Belgoo Magus

33cl, 6.6%
Brouwerij Belgoo

A golden four grain Belgian beer made with wheat, barley, spelt and oats!  More info

Belgoo Magus

Lervig White Dog

33cl, 4.7%
Lervig Aktiebryggeri

No, this isn't Lervig Aktiebryggeri's beginning in bourbon production - Lervig White Dog is their Norwegian Wheat Beer, made with Pilsner Malt and Wheat, and featuring Perle and Styrian Golding hops.…  More info

Lervig White Dog

Belgoo Bio Blond Organic

33cl, 6.4%
Brouwerij Belgoo

An organic Belgian beer malt with three grains: wheat, barley and spelt. Formerly known as Bioloo Blond, it's brewed by Jo Van Aerts.  More info

Belgoo Bio Blond Organic

Paulaner Hefe-Weißbier Naturtrüb Can

33cl, 5.5%
Paulaner Brauerei

One of Germany's favourite Hefe-Weißbier, now available in a can! This comes to us from the fine folks at Paulaner Brauerei in Munich, who are one of the 6 breweries that provide beer for the city's…  More info

Paulaner Hefe-Weißbier Naturtrüb Can
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Moa Southern Alps White IPA

50cl, 6.4%
Moa Brewing Company

A fusion of Belgian Wit and IPA from Moa (say 'more') Brewing Company in New Zealand made with Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops as well as Vienna and Pale Wheat malts.  More info

Moa Southern Alps White IPA

Anchorage Whiteout

75cl, 6.5%
Anchorage Brewing

A Belgian-style witbier brewed with lemon peel, black peppercorns and coriander and then aged in ex-Chardonnay wine casks!  More info

Anchorage Whiteout

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Gold Nugget Mandarin

38cl, 5.5%
Crooked Stave

From Brett beer specialists Crooked Stave in Colorado comes another edition of their St. Bretta wheat beer, this time brewed with gold nugget mandarin. This is a 375ml bottle.  More info

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Gold Nugget Mandarin

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Late Spring

38cl, 5.5%
Crooked Stave

A Belgian style wheat beer from Crooked Stave, release as part of their St Bretta range - all of which are made with Brettanomyces and feature a different type of citrus. The Late Spring edition…  More info

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Late Spring

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Pomelo

38cl, 5.8%
Crooked Stave

The St. Bretta range from Crooked Stave is a series of Belgian-style wheat beer made with Brettanomyces as well as specific varieties of citrus dependent on what's in season at the time of brewing.…  More info

Crooked Stave St. Bretta Pomelo

Pressure Drop Wallbanger Wit

33cl, 4.7%
Pressure Drop Brewing

Refreshing, summery, generally yummy Belgian-style wheat beer here from the Pressure Drop Brewing folks in Hackney.  More info

Pressure Drop Wallbanger Wit
$2.98
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