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Beer Guide - 2015-07-09

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FRUIT WHEAT

TORONTO BEER GUIDE

In these most widespread and accessible of all fruit beers, the softness of wheat allows fruit characteristics to take the lead. Brewers have known fruit and wheat are a match made in heaven for a long, long time: classic Belgian wits are brewed with orange peel (and coriander, but let’s stay on topic). Frambozens or framboise styles are some of the most successful fruit brews, allowing the bright aromas and flavours of hearty raspberries to translate well after fermentation. Unibroue Éphémère Pear (on tap at the Loose Moose and Duke’s Refresher Bar) Kensington Fruitstand Watermelon Wheat (LCBO 422873, 473 ml/$2.95) Amsterdam Framboise (LCBO 381590, 650 m/$10.95)

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