Troegs DreamWeaver Wheat Ale


I wrote: "DreamWeaver Wheat beer. Drank a quarter. Taste bitterness. Read label. Swirled. Smells and tastes different. Drank a quarter. Pretty good. Like Sunset Wheat, different than most beers I've had recently."


I wrote: "DreamWeaver has a nice lemon and/or citrus smell. There's that standard hefeweizen smell. Smells good. Looks beautiful. Much brighter taste than I expected." 2:01 AM
I wrote: "Gathered up some of that wheat by rolling the bottle around. Either the mouth adjusted or the rest of the bottle adds a balance to the taste. Very easy drink." 2:05 AM
I wrote: "There's already a bottle of DreamWeaver in my bottle collection. The cloudiness appearance from the wheat adds a dimension to the experience beyond the taste. The aesthetics. The experience." 2:08 AM



Troegs DreamWeaver Wheat Ale

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Troegs DreamWeaver Wheat Ale

Alcohol By Volume: 4.8%
Hop Bitterness (IBU's): 15
Color (SRM): GOlden, Cloudy
Availability: Year Round
Malts: Pilsner, Vienna
Wheat: 35% Wheat
Hops: Saaz
Yeast: German Wheat

Long toasty days, cool breezy nights and a splash of magic provide the inspiration for the Troegs brothers’ dreamiest creation—Dreamweaver Wheat. Combining four wheat types with Munich and Pils malts, noble Saaz hops, and a yeast strain that imparts a spicy, peppery, clove taste with a slight hint of bananas, Dreamweaver Wheat is an unfiltered blast of spicy, mouthwatering joy.

Tasting Notes
Spicy, peppery, clove taste with a slight hint of bananas. When serving DreamWeaver pour 3/4 of the beer into a wheat glass, rouse the yeast at the bottom of the bottle and pour the remainder into the glass for big frothy head.

Food Compliments
The DreamWeaver pairs well with lighter foods; salads, seafood, sushi and vegetable dishes. Try it with goat cheese or an herb spread such as Boursin.
Serving Suggestions:
Temp: 45-50° F Glassware: Wheat Glass

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