SweetWater Waterkeeper Hefeweizen

SweetwaterBottleLineup_0313 (Medium)Perfect for a float down the Hooch or just grillin’ in the backyard, Waterkeeper Hefeweizen is our go to summer brew. Picks up with notes of banana and clove and light enough to drink all day.

Spec: 6% ABV, 6 packs, 15.5 Gallon Kegs, 5.2 Gallon Kegs
Grains: 50% 2 Row, 50% wheat
Hops: Sterling and Hallertau
Available: June through August

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Beginning almost a decade ago we began working with Chattahoochee Riverkeeper to help them in their mission of protecting the river which provides clean water for millions of folks in the southeast (quite possibly you and definitely our brewery!)

What began as donating cases of SweetWater for fundraisers and post river cleanup refreshments turned into the Save the Hooch Campaign, raising over $250,000 to date for CRK’s mission.

The success of the campaign has spread throughout the southeast to other local communities and their local Waterkeepers. Waterkeeper Hefeweizen continues our mission to raise awareness for Waterkeepers and assist them in their fight to preserve our rivers, streams, and coastlines.

To learn more about our campaigns throughout the southeast, and to make a donation please visit: waterkeeperbrew.org

Waterkeeper® Alliance is a global movement uniting 200 Waterkeepers that focuses citizen advocacy on the pollutionissues that impact our waterways andcommunities. Waterkeepers patrol more than 1.5 million square miles of rivers, streams,and coastlines in the Americas, Europe,Australia, Asia and Africa.

Waterkeeper Alliance provides a way for communities to stand up for their right to clean water and for the wise and equitable use of water resources, both locally and globally. The vision of the Waterkeeper movement is for fishable, swimmable and drinkable waterways worldwide.

Our belief is that the best way to achieve this vision is through the Waterkeeper method of grassroots advocacy. To find your local Waterkeeper and to support our goal of clean water and strong communities visit: waterkeeper.org