Jackalope Brewing Lovebird, a limited release hefeweizen, has been canned once again.
Creating Lovebird requires nearly 200 pounds of strawberries, and raspberries. Perfect for drinking in rounds of two, or with someone you love.
The fruit adds a tartness and berry aroma, as well as a slightly pink color to the brew.
Jackalope Brewing Lovebird is available in limited quantities around Nashville, Tennessee in 12 ounce cans, and draft.
4.4% ABV, 12 IBUs
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New Glarus Bubbler is being introduced this month. A new hefeweiss by the popular Wisconsin based brewery.
100% naturally carbonated, New Glarus Bubbler showcases Wisconsin wheat, and European pilsner malt. The beer was fermented in the brewery’s open top fermenters.
Toes skip, Heels click staccato expedition rhythms. Labor and Workers and Shoppers like pause to share Downtown Bubblers on Wisconsin blocks.
The Bubbler Hefeweiss you hold in your hand sparkles with democratic spirit combining Wisconsin Wheat alongside European Pilsner Malt. Choice American hops partner with imported hops, even yeasts blend together in our Open Top fermenters. 100% naturally carbonated and hazy, expect this living beer to put and exuberant effervescent gold. Bubblers beat in our hearts- it’s a Wisconsin thing.
New Glarus Bubbler is available in 12 ounce bottles, and draft. Wisconsin only.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft
Release: June, 2016
Wheaties, the breakfast cereal of champions, is bringing you the next logical step in your day, Beer. Introducing HefeWheaties.
First off, Wheaties cereal is not actually in the beer. There is wheat (it is a hefeweizen after all), so the brand connections are pretty easy to make. General Mills partnered with Fulton Beer, a brewery based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The idea got its start earlier this summer, thanks to connections members of Fulton Beer has with folks at General Mills. The evolution into HefeWheaties was simple once group got in the same room.
“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” says Ryan Petz, president and co-founder of Fulton
HefeWheaties will be available for a limited time in the Twin Cities, starting August 26th, at 3 pm at the Fulton Beer taproom for on-premise consumption. Cans will be available in retail in mid-to-late September.
HefeWheaties is a 16 ounce canned offering.
Availability: 16oz Cans. Minnesota only.
Duclaw 13 Degrees Hefeweizen returns July 1st, 2015. A German-style hefeweizen, brewed with Pilzen malt, and wheat.
13 Degrees exemplifies the German-style Hefeweizen. Made with a 50/50 mix of malted wheat and barley malt, it is straw- colored with a lingering white head atop a chaotically cloudy, medium body. The beer is left unfiltered to capture the distinct clove and banana flavors contributed by the style-specific strain of yeast used in fermentation.
Duclaw 13 Degrees is avaiable at all Duclaw locations starting July .
Malts: Pilsen Malt, Wheat
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
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SweetWater Brewing Company (Atlanta) is looking to expand their can lineup in 2015. As they are solidifying next year’s lineup, Take Two PIls, and the brewery’s water supporting seasonal, Waterkeeper is a potential.
The brewery launched IPA and 420 Pale in 12 and 16oz cans earlier this year. SweetWater Waterkeeper is a hefeweizen that raises money for the Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
Official announcement by the brewery coming next year.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Seasonal. Cans (2015)