Naked Wheat

So after the RYPA kicked the Naked Wheat got to come on down and be the next contestant.

Wheat Pint

So this may not be the oldest keg (first-in-first-out mentality) that needs to go on tap, but it is a freshy summertime beer that needs to be on tap. So this was the first pint pulled from the kegerator, notice – no excessive foaming and the pour was much more the speed it was supposed to be, I was pleased. I agree (I can already hear you thinking it) there is very little head, in particularly surprising for a wheat beer, but as of right now I am not concerned. I also chose this beer to test the dry-hopping technique theory since this beer was not dry-hopped. So far so good. This beer is very easy to drink, nice and crisp and refreshing, like Summer in a glass. But I bet it won’t last the weekend; I heard Batman is supposed to come over this weekend, and if you know what that means, then you know it is always trouble.

3 Responses to “Naked Wheat”

  1. garrett Says:

    The “Naked Wheat” (and its raspberry friend) are already long-gone on this end. I REALLY liked that recipe – was very good. I’ve got plenty more of the Bravo hops left, so we could easily do that one again…

  2. Brian Says:

    Yeah, this beer was really good. Keg went on Thursday night and kicked Saturday night – I don’t think anyone was complaining.

  3. Batman Says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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