Wheat Beer

Brewers are always looking for the opportunity to take an existing beer style and put their own unique twist on it, I can think of no better example that dry-hopping a traditional wheat beer. People are always asking me what is an easy drinking, refreshing craft beer that’s not too bitter. I tell them look no further than these well-crafted local beers. Revival’s Invader Wheat Ale Version 2.0 and Banded Peak’s Plainsbreaker are perfect examples; they combine easy drinking with personality.
John Papavacilopoulos

Best In Class

Revival Brewcade Invader Wheat Ale      

Alberta, Canada

$15-18  (4-pack cans) CSPC 819640

Judges Selection

Banded Peak Plainsbreaker Dry Hopped Wheat Ale          

Alberta, Canada

$17-18 (4-pack cans) CSPC 800488

Brewsters Farmer’s Tan Belgian White Ale           

Alberta, Canada

$16-19 (6-pack cans) CSPC 804341

Bow River Athabasca Wit            

Alberta, Canada

$16-19 (6-pack cans) CSPC 816962

Troubled Monk Buck Tooth Belgian White            

Alberta, Canada

$16-19 (6-pack cans) CSPC 806233

Something Brewing The White Wit          

Alberta, Canada

$16-18 (4-pack cans) CSPC 777865

Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc             

France

$16-19 (6-pack bottles) CSPC 157495      

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