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Brewed By: Hangar 24 Brewery

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Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 513

Style: American Pale Wheat Ale

Brewed In: 1710 Sessums Drive, Redlands, CA 92374, USA

ABV: 4.6%

IBU: 17

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Orange Wheat

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Tasting Notes

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noname profile picturenoname - May 26, 2014
Too wheatie
jmlee0419 profile picturejmlee0419 - March 22, 2014
Right amount of orange, note that accompanied with a slice of orange helps bring out all the flavor.
Higgsyboy profile pictureHiggsyboy - December 28, 2013
Not overpowering fruit or wheat taste. Very well balanced and easily drinkable. Nice, refreshing daytime brew. profile - October 1, 2013
flyingcardinal profile pictureflyingcardinal - September 13, 2013
Subtle orange flavor, and a very unfiltered feel. Good, but I didn't love it
donticallion profile picturedonticallion - June 24, 2013
Great beer and great brewery. Been there once and tried their sampler. Very smooth beer, taste great.
HSAlegend02 profile pictureHSAlegend02 - June 9, 2013
Perfect summer beer...great orange aroma and taste.
Ern Dog profile pictureErn Dog - May 5, 2013
A bit in the bland side of all citrusy wheat beers I've had. Brewed in Redlands, CA.. Known for their orange groves, I expected a better tasting brew. It does have a good finish, cheers! 5/5/13
specksofdust profile picturespecksofdust - March 11, 2013
The mimosa of beers. Refreshing with an orange zing, but just a tad of wheat despite being unfiltered. Rather boring, but worth having once. Bottle.
brennanturner6 profile picturebrennanturner6 - February 14, 2013
Powerful orange aroma and tasting note. Fantastic color. Slightly tart. Would be an interesting Monaco, but would likely come out too sweet. Probably single layer complexity but still enjoyable.
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