This weekend we opened the first couple bottles of our Spiced Wheat.
As you can see, it has a nice, deep amber color. The low head retention was my fault: I poured a little too gently down the side of the glass.
Taste-wise, it's silky smooth with none of the tartness you find in a lot of wheat beer. The sweetness of the malt balances pretty well with the minimal Liberty hop bitterness, and spice from the orange zest, cloves and coriander.
We took a six-pack to a party and people seemed to really like it. I predict this batch won't last very long.
Also bottled my Weizenbock on Sunday. I am officially done adding sugar to bottles. It's a pain in the ass and not worth the potential to introduce bad nasties to the beer. Going to order a bunch of PrimeTabs, which are compressed, sanitized corn sugar cubes. That is, unless my wife will let me start kegging. What do you think, honey?