It was time to leave Colorado and explore one of the most interesting American states: Kansas. Unfortunately we were too lazy to drive through the whole state in one go, so we decided to stop in Salina, a town just off the highway. And see there, the town had a brewpub that also served good looking pizza! Obviously I ordered one, paired with a Blue Skye Hefeweizen. The weizen had an orange cloudy body with a slim white creamy head. It smelled just like a Patrizier Weißbier, my first beer back in Germany. And to my surprise, it tasted almost exactly like a Patrizier Weißbier as well! It was very yeasty sweet with a hint of bubblegum/IPA-like after taste. Just like the German version. This is about as close to a traditional yeasty German wheat beer as you can get. It’s still not my favourite but it was nice to find it here in the middle of the USA and I enjoyed drinking it. I couldn’t find out what the percentage is but I am assuming it is 5.1 percent… just like the Patrizier.