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Wheat beers include wits in addition to hefeweizens

By Tim Golden

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 19, 2014

~~<p>With their full flavors, wheat beers have long been among the most popular styles in both Europe and the United States.</p>
<p>The most commonly known wheat beers are German- and American-style hefeweizens, with their pronounced banana and clove flavors, pillowy white head and hazy appearance. The lesser-known Belgian wit (white) is one of my personal favorites and has quickly become a popular beer in this country.</p>
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With their full flavors, wheat beers have long been among the most popular styles in both Europe and the United States.

The most commonly known wheat beers are German- and American-style hefeweizens, with their pronounced banana and clove flavors, pillowy white head and hazy appearance. The lesser-known Belgian wit (white) is one of my personal favorites and has quickly become a popular beer in this country. Login for more...



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