Shock Top Shock Top Belgian White. $1.63 – $32.45. Rating: Shock Top Citrus Pack. $26.99. Shock Top Seasonal. $4.59 – $30.99. Rating: Shock Top Citrus Radler. Shock Top Lemon Shandy. $4.49 – $31.99. Rating: Shock Top Raspberry Wheat. $6.48 – $14.29. Rating: Shock Top Variety Pack. $8.69 – $20.23. Shock Top Pumpkin Wheat. $8.99 – $10.99.
Shock Top Belgian White is now available for the first time in aluminum cans . The bright, eye-catching orange can , with corresponding orange pull tab, is being sold nationwide in 12-packs of 12-ounce cans .
Shock Top Belgian White Wheat Beer, 6 Pack Beer, 12 FL OZ Bottles, 5.2% ABV 8 dollars and 98 cents$8.98. (12.5 cents/FLUID OUNCE) 15 dollars and 48 cents$15.48. (10.8 cents/FLUID OUNCE) 15 dollars and 48 cents$15.48. (8.6 ¢/fl oz) 8 dollars and 98 cents$8.98. (12.5 cents/FLUID OUNCE)
Don’t Drink: Shock Top Flavored Beers It’s a relatively benign, middle-of-the-road mass-produced wheat beer masquerading as a specialty product ( Shock Top is actually owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev), not quite terrible but also not great.
Shock Top is an easy 4th choice as an IPA and perhaps the top Whitbier, it is an excellent value. Shock Top is far more complex than Blue Moon and marvelous on tap. If you like Blue Moon you will enjoy Shock Top immensely.
The life of a beer doesn’t end once it’s finished fermenting and is sealed into bottles. But saying that beer actually expires is a bit misleading. It doesn’t actually spoil or become unsafe to drink. It will just start to taste flat, flavorless, and unappealing.
Shock Top is a 5.2% ABV Belgian-style wheat ale introduced under the name Spring Heat Spiced Wheat brewed in Fort Collins, Colorado as a seasonal beer in 2006, then all year from 2007. The beer is brewed with wheat malt, two-row barley , orange, lemon, lime peel, coriander and Cascade and Willamette hops.
Shock Top Seasonal – Lemon Shandy (6PKB 12 OZ) | Specialty Beer | BevMo.
Scottish brewery Brewmeister has made the strongest beer in the world, clocking in at 67.5 percent ABV . The subtly named Snake Venom is brewed with a one-two punch provided by doses of beer and Champagne yeasts.
If you like the taste of Blue Moon—or Hoegaarden , another popular example—and want to broaden your horizons, start looking for (and asking for) witbier , weissbier , or hefeweizen at your local bar or beer store.