On tap at Andy’s Corner Bar, complex wheat wine (generally a wheat-malted strong ale with less red-wined dried fruiting than kindred barleywine) brings tangy tropicalia and creamy malt spume to alcohol-smitten Scotch dryness. Rich banana-pureed peach, pear, and cherry thrust wavers through oaken vanilla sedation and docile plastique notion to reclining cereal-grained spine. An effervescent stylistic changeup just a few steps removed from headier barleywines.
Adventurous unfiltered dry-hopped wheat-wined ale blends dark fruited maple-molasses malting with rum-spiced bourbon-burgundy-sherry stimulation and sticky anise-currant viscosity. Fluctuant black cherry, blueberry, raisin, and grape illusions enrich chewy caramel-chocolate ascension.
Luxuriant 10.8% alcohol-lacquered golden-hazed German weiss nearly perfect as strong summer seasonal. Honey-soaked clove-spiced banana liqueur opening picks up bright lemon-candied blueberry perk for prickly floral-hopped white rum sedation and sweet butterscotch-vanilla creaminess. Banana taffy finish and tertiary pineapple-apricot fruiting knock back sharp alcohol whir.