Wheat beer

Wheat beer is a type of beer that is brewed with a large proportion of wheat in addition to malted barley. It is a light, refreshing beer that is often served in the summer months. Wheat beer is typically hazy in appearance, with a pale straw to golden color. It has a soft, slightly sweet flavor with hints of spice and fruitiness, and is known for its effervescence and crisp finish.

There are several different styles of wheat beer, including German-style Hefeweizen, Belgian-style Witbier, and American Wheat beer. Hefeweizen is a traditional German wheat beer that is unfiltered and often served with a slice of lemon. Witbier is a Belgian-style wheat beer that is spiced with coriander and orange peel, giving it a citrusy, spicy flavor. American Wheat beer is a lighter and more refreshing version of the traditional German Hefeweizen, often brewed with American hops and yeast strains.

Wheat beer is a popular choice for outdoor gatherings and is often paired with lighter foods such as salads, seafood, and grilled chicken.

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