Flying Dog In-Heat Wheat

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Type: Hefeweizen
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She taunts and teases... Flying Dog In-Heat Wheat is our German-style Hefeweizen. She is a full flavor beer, perfect for the more adventurous craft beer drinker. The addition of malted white wheat gives this brew its smooth, full mouthfeel. A proprietary yeast creates intriguing flavors of bananas and cloves.
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Reviews: 3

  • Nov 11, 2009
    sklXbns (5)Rank: Beer Novice
    4.4
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    First off, I'm a Hefe fan. Secondly, I am a Flying Dog fan. With those two biases mentioned, it should be no surprise that I really enjoy this beer. It pairs much better in the warmer months, but I'll take it any day.
  • Oct 20, 2009
    ABanerjee (29)Rank: Beer AficionadoGroup: Blueberry Lovers
    3.5
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    This beer leaves a funky after taste in your moth for a hefewizen. It is definitely on the top of the list for flying dog though. I would certainly drink this - but it is not a go to hefeweizen. If you want a real one - start looking east.

    Another to consider is Doggie-Style Pale Ale.
  • Oct 20, 2009
    thebadfrogger (95)Rank: Beer AficionadoGroup: Fall beer lovers
    3.3
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    Hazy golden color with a foamy head.
    Smells yeasty with banana, clove and citrus notes.
    Tastes of banana and spices, fruity and a little too sweet.
    Kind of thin with little carbonation but very refreshing.
    Kind of middle of the road for an American hefe.