Wan’t quite the cakewalk I was expecting, but chuggable nonetheless. Normally I would blame the extra difficulty in the infusion of hops, but to be honest I’m not sure what it was. It just seemed like the pint got a little bit bigger right in the middle. Either way, I was victorious and that’s the key.
How Much:  4
I bought this as a single, which I was pretty happy about, but my local liquor store sells this in a sixer for just $8.49. This would be a great price if I was into it, but I wasn’t. I suppose even if it was $3.99 I wouldn’t get too terribly excited about it. If you like wheat beers, though, and are looking for a twist on the style, you chould certainly try this without breaking the bank.
My face may have been a bit harsh on this, but I simply wasn’t a fan. Now, I’ll fully admit that I don’t particularly like wheat beers in general, but I’m always intrigued when they try to hop them up. I think the Boulevard one, though I haven’t officially reviewed it, is a fantastic example of this style. Ophelia, however, just kind of felt disjointed and messy. Like the flavors weren’t compatible or something. I don’t know, maybe I’ll give it another shot in the summer but for now I’m all set.
Breckenridge Brewing distributes to 33 states and Ophelia Hoppy Wheat is their new spring seasonal.
Overall Rating: 4.3
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