Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat

Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat is now the 49th largest brewery in the U.S. and 36th largest craft brewery in the nation

One of the few breweries to be founded by women, Lost Coast Brewery in California's Humboldt Bay region began in 1986 when homebrewers Barbara Groom and Wendy Pound wondered what it would be like to open their own brewpub.

From its humble beginnings, Lost Coast has grown exponentially and is now the 49th largest brewery in the U.S. and 36th largest craft brewery in the nation. This wheat beer pours a beautiful burnt orange honey color. Its aroma is anything but subtle and will remind you of a freshly peeled tangerine. Upon tasting, this beer makes a transformation, with an initial flavor delivering a mild tangerine sweetness that, after swallowing, turns into a tangy aftertaste with bitterness reminiscent of tangerine peel zest. Both flavors blend well with the combination of wheat and crystal malts and Perle finishing hops. Tangerine Wheat is one of Lost Coast's two fruit beer offerings, the other being its Raspberry Brown.

Beer Information

Lost Coast Brewery

Origin

617 Fourth St. Eureka CA U.S.

Beer Details

Beer type : Fruit Beer Price: $3.69 for 22 oz. ABV: 5%

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