Guinness Irish Wheat

Golden in color, with a hint of spicy clove and citrus, Irish Wheat is a clean and lively wheat beer that’s perfect for any occasion.

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Guinness Irish Wheat

TASTING NOTES
Aroma: Cloves with a hint of banana and citrus
Flavor: Clean, low bitterness with a subtle clove and banana flavor and a hint of zesty citrus
Palate: Clean, refreshing taste with full body
ABV: 5.3%
Appearance: Light, golden with a typical wheat haze
Hops: Mount Hood & Amarillo

THE STORY OF GUINNESS® IRISH WHEAT
Welcome to Ireland’s sunny side. Far away from the salty sea coastline, the Irish Midlands were the prime spot to grow the wheat for the first ever beer to use 100% Irish wheat malt. Golden in color, with a hint of spicy clove and citrus, Irish Wheat is a clean and lively wheat beer that’s perfect for any occasion.

“Brewed with wheat completely grown in Ireland and fermented with the Guinness yeast, the Irish Wheat beer is a Guinness take on a classic style.”

Our recipe starts with Irish-grown, Irish-malted wheat. A long fermentation with the classic Guinness yeast strain brings out subtle banana, clove and citrus notes—flavors we hold back in our stouts but let loose in our perfectly balanced Irish Wheat. The result is a golden and hazy wheat beer with a clean, crisp, refreshing zesty citrus taste.

Guinness Irish Wheat

More about Guinness

Brewing Guinness®
It takes bold brewers to brew bold beers. Those prepared to go to lengths that others wouldn’t to perfect their craft. In 1759, Arthur Guinness took out a 9000-year lease on a brewery; our brewers then brought you the blackest beer with the most colorful flavor, and braved the perils of the high seas to transport it across the globe. The pioneering methods of our predecessors have been handed down and tirelessly advanced from generation to generation and they never stop evolving. Which is just as well, as we’ve got a whole lot more beer to brew.

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