The light gold. Not sweet, light, fading bitterness. Floral notes of corn, citrus, malt.
Ale brewed with a high proportion of wheat and is seasoned with orange peel and coriander. Are not as malty as the German weizen beers, plus the banana and clove notes found in weizen beers are often not as prominent.
Wheat beer can be found in various versions, but the two most common types are Weizen from the south of Germany, which usually have quite a distinct aroma of banana and clove, and Witbier from Belgium, which usually have a lighter body than the German ones, as well as being often seasoned with ingredients. such as citrus peel and coriander. Wheat beers usually have a fairly soft body, hop characteristics are not noticeable and bitterness is rather low. Wine concentration can be from 4.5% to 8%.