Honestly a simple standard weizen for me does it as far as wheats go. Drinkable, refreshing, enough of interest to keep going. Except I've never brewed one that really did it for me the way wheat beers I've had elsewhere do.
Love wheat. whea a 4% grapefruit hef that was super popular with my wife and all the other mums that were breastfeeding. Low enough alcohol that they could have one, but tasty enough that they knew it was beer. Recently brewed a beer with kolsch yeast and 40% wheat grain bill. Yum yum.
I've only brewed one wheat. Got the recipe from byo.com/article/german-hefeweizen-style-profile/# and it turned out good I thought. I enjoyed the banana note but that seemed to disappear as we got through the bottles. The missus liked it, and now nosco has provided evidence it's good for our digestion so time for another go! Gall bladders are in short supply in my family....... This time it'll be put through the new kegmenter and then kegged as opposed to bottled. Do you think there'll be a noticeable difference?
My next scheduled brew will be a dunkelweizen to be kegged for service at Bitter & Twisted Festival in the Old Maitland Gaol in early November. Smakpak of WY3638 is ready to go in the fridge, and will be smacked early next week. Love dunkelweizens.