FRUIT WHEAT

NOW Magazine - Beer Guide - - TORONTO BEER GUIDE -

In these most wide­spread and ac­ces­si­ble of all fruit beers, the soft­ness of wheat al­lows fruit char­ac­ter­is­tics to take the lead. Brew­ers have known fruit and wheat are a match made in heaven for a long, long time: clas­sic Bel­gian wits are brewed with or­ange peel (and co­rian­der, but let’s stay on topic). Fram­bozens or framboise styles are some of the most suc­cess­ful fruit brews, al­low­ing the bright aro­mas and flavours of hearty rasp­ber­ries to trans­late well af­ter fer­men­ta­tion. Uni­broue Éphémère Pear (on tap at the Loose Moose and Duke’s Re­fresher Bar) Kens­ing­ton Fruit­stand Wa­ter­melon Wheat (LCBO 422873, 473 ml/$2.95) Am­s­ter­dam Framboise (LCBO 381590, 650 m/$10.95)

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