Atwater’s Summer Time Ale, is a study in refreshing crispness. Vienna malt brings a distinct snap to the finish with dark wheat flavors lightly present. The hot wort is briefly exposed to ground lemon peel and grains of paradise which provide a tidy lemon, citrus finish.
Brewed in the traditional German way this Weiss-bier is mild and fruity with delicate citrus and clove notes. Deep orange in color, the cloudiness is due to the unfiltered brewing method allowing the beer to hold on to its vitamins and minerals. This beer makes you strong! Only available at Station Tap Room in the Mount Snow Base Lodge.
The only beer from Brouwerij Sterkens to come in a typical glass bottle, Sterkens White Ale is a wonderful example of the authentic Belgian wit style. The classic triumverate of wheat, orange, and coriander combine to create a light and clean beer with a refreshing and complex flavor.
Schöfferhofer grapefruit is an international brand of Radeberer Group and the first product in the category of mixes of wheat beer at all. Schöfferhofer grapefruit is a unique combination of sparkling wheat beer and refreshing tangy fruit juice. Mix of 50% Schöfferhofer wheat beer and 50% grapefruit juice.
Alaskan Raspberry Wheat is an American-style Wheat Ale with the lively addition of red raspberries during fermentation.
With nearly one pound of real fruit per gallon, Alaskan Raspberry Wheat has the inviting aroma of fresh-picked raspberries and an enticing red hue. The flavor of the raspberries lends a tartness that balances the full-bodied wheat profile and malt sweetness. Bigger than most traditional fruit beers, Alaskan Raspberry Wheat adds an extra kick to its dry and effervescent finish.
Lemon Wheat is a crisp, refreshing beer made with lemon peel for a fresh citrus taste and aroma. This unfiltered brew has a hazy, golden color and is made with lager and wheat malts, Centennial hops and Biere de Garde yeast. This brew is an excellent choice with many dishes. It pairs wonderfully with salads if the dressing is not too sweet. Great with shrimp, lobster or any fish, even the most delicate.
Witbier or bìere blanche ("white beer") is a wheat ale style that originated in Belgium hundreds of years ago. Usually made from unmalted wheat with barley malt, witbiers have a hazy pale color; they are seasoned not only with hops but with spices - Belgian brewers have added herbs, spices, and fruit to beer for centuries. After fading in popularity in the early 1900s, witbier sales have roared back during the past 20 years.
Red meat or game; intense cheeses, including aged cheeses; full-flavored shellfish like mussels. Can pair with intensely-seasoned dishes. Traditionally served in a tapering 250 ml (9 oz.) tumbler.
"Europe's Best Witbier," World Beer Awards, 2012
First Place, White Beer category, "Best Belgian Beer of Wallonia," 2012
"Best Wheat Beer in the World," World Beer Awards, 2009