Miami Weiss White Pale Ale

ABV: 4.5%IBU: 30SERVING TEMP: 3-5
INGREDIENTS: Water, Malted barley, Oats, Wheat, Hops, Yeast
STYLE: American Pale Ale
GLASSWARE: GLB Crown Viking

RELEASE DATE

Multi-Season

RATINGS AND MORE INFO

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Bright and light, pouring a hazy gold in colour beneath a white dome of foam. Tangerine, grapefruit, lemon and peach make up the aroma profile, essentially summer in a can. The generous amount of wheat used in the brewing of Miami Weiss provides a zesty, tangy mouthfeel of the refreshing sort. Flavours of fresh orange, peach, lightly toasted straw and some pine resin mingle together in unison. A thirst quenching 4.5% White Pale Ale that screams flavour louder than a Miami nightclub.

Jerk chicken, mango salad, lemon meringue pie.

Okay, we’re busted! We’re calling this beer a weiss; it’s not! We’re suggesting it’s from Miami; we’ve never even been there. Confused? So are we. What we know is it is an American style take on a traditional German wheat beer - A Pale Wheat. Rather than a mild hop presence, this baby is packed with Pacific Northwest hops. It’s made with a pale ale yeast which doesn’t produce the same banana flavour you find in German weiss beers. We also know that it goes down smooth and tastes terrific. So, what’s with the name Miami Weiss? It’s just something the marketing team came up with.

Bright and light, pouring a hazy gold in colour beneath a white dome of foam. Tangerine, grapefruit, lemon and peach make up the aroma profile, essentially summer in a can. The generous amount of wheat used in the brewing of Miami Weiss provides a zesty, tangy mouthfeel of the refreshing sort. Flavours of fresh orange, peach, lightly toasted straw and some pine resin mingle together in unison. A thirst quenching 4.5% White Pale Ale that screams flavour louder than a Miami nightclub.

Jerk chicken, mango salad, lemon meringue pie.

Okay, we’re busted! We’re calling this beer a weiss; it’s not! We’re suggesting it’s from Miami; we’ve never even been there. Confused? So are we. What we know is it is an American style take on a traditional German wheat beer - A Pale Wheat. Rather than a mild hop presence, this baby is packed with Pacific Northwest hops. It’s made with a pale ale yeast which doesn’t produce the same banana flavour you find in German weiss beers. We also know that it goes down smooth and tastes terrific. So, what’s with the name Miami Weiss? It’s just something the marketing team came up with.

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