While at Ashley’s Westland, I had a chance to sample another brew from Flying Dog. It is their In Heat Wheat. It is a German Style Hefeweizen, which is quickly becoming one of my favorite beer styles. If you read my earlier beer blog post on their Doggy Style Pale Ale, you know the history of this East Coast Craft Brewery. If you have not, please, read to get to know Flying Dog Brewery. Let us get into the beer.
It has a cloudy golden color with out a head. It had a white head at first but disappeared pretty quickly. The aroma has notes of wheat, yeast, and banana. The drinking experience is light in body with light carbonated wheaty notes. The aftertaste is a nice banana notes finish that leaves the palate fast. It is pretty drinkable.
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In the end, I am not a huge wheat beer fan but Hefeweizen has won me over. I love my porter, stouts, and India Pale Ales. For the longest, I have kept myself in the area of brews. Since I am writing and blogging now, I have been exploring more beer styles for reviews asides my favorite beer styles. The first thing I love about In Heat Wheat. It is a refreshing and a nice drinkable beer. I love the aroma and tasting experience. It has a nice banana notes. I highly recommend this brew. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser