This German wheat beer is a separate recipe from our regular wheat. Our Kristal Weizen has more citris aromas and flavors than our wheat and is filtered Kristall clear. The Carbonation is a little higher to make this the perfect refreshment for summer. The 4.7%/vol make it an easy to drink Beer. Because it is fermented with the same yeast as the wheat, it also brings out fruity flavors.
Verloren roughly translates to "lost" which describes the style of this beer. The Gose style was produced in Saxony before the establishment of the German beer purity law. Gose uses salt in the brewing process. This beer is an unfiltered wheat beer with coriander and salt. The coriander provides a spiciness to the brew and the salt does not make the beer salty, but adds a softness not usually found in wheat beers.
Elder Betty is a weisse-style wheat ale. It is hazy and unfiltered with a slightly bready maltiness along with a tart, berry flavor as a result of the addition of elderberries. It is a very refreshing beer for a lazy summer afternoon.
This classic wheat beer offers all the thirst quenching refreshment you expect from your favorite ‘go to’ beer. Whether you are in town for the weekend or you call Geneva Lake home like us; this beer is sure to have you coming back for more. Quench your thirst in true wheat craft style all year long; cuz in Lake Geneva…every day feels like the weekend.
La Perouse White is a fresh handcrafted Belgian inspired witbier brewed with wheat and European Pilsner malts, spiced with coriander and fresh local Mandarin oranges. This beer was named by Kim Lutz, Lead Brewer at the Maui Brewing Co. Kahana brewpub, after La Perouse Bay which is one of the best and most popular snorkeling, diving and surfing spots on Maui. The bay is located south of the town of Wailea and is the site of one of Maui’s most recently active volcanos.
"Dunkel means "dark" in German. Similar to a Hefeweizen, this beer was brewed as darker version with complex malts and a low bitterness. Tim is brown and a bit cloudy. (from the yeast). Tim has the usual clove and banana characteristics from the yeast.
This beer should pair well with nutty cheeses (gouda, swiss), milder curries, and most meat dishes.
Unique to the north and feared by man and beast, the WHITEOUT comes without warning.
With quiet ferocity, how quickly this force erases the sensations and reduces any creature to its most basic elements. When enveloped in one, sight, sound and even tactile sensation are ripped away, as snowflakes in motion swallow all sense of being, leaving one to cower, hunker down and wait it out, hoping that it passes quickly or that the end is merciful. Of variable and unknown duration minutes seem like eternity in a whiteout.
'Zingari' is Italian for gypsies, and this name perfectly captures Wandering Star's take on the Belgian Wit style. Brewed with 50% six-row barley and 50% malted and unmalted wheat, the beer is subtly spiced with lemongrass, cardamom, fenugreek, and coriander. The result is a refreshing 5% ABV beer with a zingy citrus zest
Asian dishes, seafood, salads, berries-and-cream desserts such as strawberry shortcake, milk or white chocolate.