Dundee Beer, Summer Wheat
Crisp and cloudy. Dundee Summer Wheat Beer: Back in 1487, a summer beer - also known as Hefeweizen - would run you two pfennigs. (Pfennigs were kinda like quarters in Bavaria.) That was twice the price of winter beers. Why? Well, summer, or wheat, beers were so popular, Duke Albrecht had to double the price so bakers would have enough wheat for baking. (Fear not, we have no such plans.) Ours is aromatic with hints of floral and citrus from the special hops we use. Hey, we love muffins as much as the next guy, but the bakers can get their own wheat.