Our take on the classic Bavarian Style utilizes traditional German malts and yeast to create a balance of Clove and Banana characteristic of the style.
Probably the best known style of wheat beer, Hefeweizen translates to "wheat with yeast". Usually made with 50-70% wheat malt.
Ranging in color from pale amber to gold, these beers are usually unfiltered, and so have a cloudy or hazy appearance. The typical hefeweizen flavor profile is low in hop bitterness, with the wheat giving a softer malt flavor and the yeasts producing some light fruity and clove-like flavors. Generally a dry finish, and slightly tart, but not bitter.
Best served cool, at 46-54 degrees, and in a weizen glass.
Our unfiltered and refreshing German-style wheat beer is full on flavor yet light on the palate. Authentic hefeweizen yeast creates the compelling aromas of bananas, citrus, and cloves, while the all wheat and malt body perfectly captures the brilliance of a golden Florida sunset.
The unmistakable characteristics of this Bavarian Weissbier are achieved with a yeast that is decidedly fruity and phenolic. You may note clove, nutmeg or even vanilla and/or banana-like aromas and flavors. (Description provided by company)
Perfect for a float down the Hooch or just grillin’ in the backyard, Waterkeeper Hefeweizen is our go to summer brew. Picks up with notes of banana and clove and light enough to drink all day. (Description provided by company)
Yuengling® is proud to offer our Summer Wheat, brewed with a combination of wheat and barley malts, Hallertau hops and authentic Bavarian-style top fermenting yeast to deliver a thick, creamy head with overtones of banana and clove esters. (Description provided by company)
The Love is an unfiltered wheat beer, also known as a hefeweizen. It is distinguished by its extremely light body and fruity aroma, finished with spicy notes. (Description provided by company)
A bottom-fermented dark beer speciality, which is manufactured in traditional Bavarian brewing procedure. (Description provided by company)
Sometimes hours of deep thought go into a beer name; sometimes, a drunken pun is responsible. A riff on the 1969 hit by the Hollies "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," this traditional German unfiltered wheat beer has a nose of banana and clove.
Yazoo's Hefeweizen is an authentic example of a Bavarian Hefeweizen. This beer is made with mostly wheat malt and uses a true Hefeweizen yeast that gives it a fruity banana aroma with just a hint of cloves. The tart finish makes this the perfect summer beer.
Part vixen, part vigilante, Shotgun Betty uses her sharpshooting skills to target those that show a weakness for wheat beer with a body that won’t quit. This German-style hefeweizen features a rich, banana-clove nose and refreshing dry finish. (Description provided by company)