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Because heat waves and the associated escalation of the climate crisis are quite politically charged these days and tempers heat up even without direct sunlight, we prefer to talk about a topic that soothes and unites people, brings them to the table and hardly stirs up controversies: beer .
Instead of sweaty heatwaves, the brewers at the Polish brewery Rockmill prefer Wheatwave — a wonderfully malty thirst quencher that stands by you even when it’s more than 40 degrees in the shade. The fine brew is the first classic wheat beer in the young brewery’s range and is brewed according to a traditional Bavarian recipe and refined with a touch of Sybilla hops. The first impression is excellent: with a heavily cloudy golden body and a stately, slightly tinted head of foam, the wheat beer fulfills all expectations and the scent also leaves nothing to be desired. A poem of ripe banana, cloves and spicy yeast fills your nose and makes you want to drink. The initial taste is silky soft and tastes of creamy banana, powerful malt and cloves. A hint of creamy caramel and small, fresh spikes of hops loosen up the beer enjoyment.
Wheatwave is a down-to-earth, tasty wheat beer with a chic design and just the right beer for fans of traditional wheat beers.