"problem with "red" beers is the pretty much the same as "amber" ales and "amber" lagers. they are a very hard to define style because they have very loose parameters. they can be anywhere from hoppy to malty to thick…"
hey now, i can't remember every wheat beer i've had ^_-
speaking of aventinus, might as well give props to the schneider-sohn eisbock also. dif beer, i know, but still damn good and the best eisbock i've had to…"
"i can definitely relate. franziskaner was the german hefe that got me into german hefes. in the years since it has lost a bit of its lusters and its oomph, but it's still a good hefe. i prefer their dunkel a wee bit more than their standard at…"
Beerworks Charitable Foundation presents the 2nd Annual Treasure Coast Beer Fest.In 2008, Six individuals organized the First Annual Treasure Coast Beer Fest in downtown Fort Pierce, Florida. Because of the success of that festival, Beerworks Charitable Foundation Inc. was established. Our mission is to educate people about the many styles of beer the world has to offer, and at the same time raise money for local charities.Beerworks Charitable Foundation, Inc.This year, portions of the proceeds…See More
"hm... some fav wheat beers...
st bernardus wit
sierra nevada kellerweis (so good which is amazing considering how horrible their now discontinued Wheat beerwas)
flying dog in-heat wheat (very nice american representation of a…"