Celebrate the end of winter with Blue Moon Spring Ale. This amber wheat ale is brewed with four varieties of specialty malts and an infusion of exotic Kieffer lime leaves and lime peel to bring out the freshness of spring.
Brewer: Blue Moon Brewing
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- United States - Denver, Colorado
- We craft our beers with flavorful ingredients and wheat for an inviting taste and a smooth finish that are perfect for enjoying the moment with friends. Blue Moon Belgian White Belgian-style wheat ale was the first beer we ever made at The SandLot Brewery in Denver, Colorado, and it continues to be our most popular beer. It's an unfiltered wheat ale, brewed with orange peel and coriander and garnished with an orange slice for an enticing taste and a creamy, smooth finish. For our Seasonal Collection, we draw inspiration from the uniqueness of the seasons to create delicious beers with flavorful twists—orange and lemon peel, clover honey, flavors of vine-ripened pumpkin, and Belgian sugar. Each brew is an Artfully Crafted celebration of the season, perfectly captured in a bottle.
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Style: American Wheat
- American Wheat Beers are cousins to the German Wheat styles and often have similar recipes, but they can also contain much more hop bitterness while containing much less yeast induced fruitiness and spicy-ness. Many variations of the American Wheat style exist and like the German Roggenbier, American Wheat Beers can also be brewed with rye.
Many American brewers refer to their American Wheat Beers as Hefeweizens, but there is a very distinct difference between the German and American wheat beer styles and most American beers labeled as such do not fit into the German Wheat category. American Wheat beers are generally much light on the fruit and spice flavor components that are found in traditional German wheat beers and become more of a showcase for malt flavors.
Some American Wheat beers are sweet and very easy drinking, but many display a strong wheat character in their flavor. Additionally, some American Wheat beers can be very aggressively hopped.
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