This is one of the furtherest fluids from beer that I think I have ever had the occasion to sit near. It is only 2.5%. It appears to include about 60% stuff other than hefeweizen and it is pinkish orange. The LCBO has brought in a boat load of this stuff as a cool summer drink from the wonderful to pronounce Schoefferhofer line from Binding-Brauerei AG and, I have to admit, I am pretty pleased with it on first sip even if the BAers cry "Shame!"
You have to like ruby red grapefruit juice. Fine for me - love it. But, now that I have a look, you also have to not be disconcerted by foods that have a list of ingredients. Not so fine for me as the fine print says there is added water, sugar, extracts, acids, flavours and...errr... that old family favorite Dye E 120. Yum. But at almost two bucks for what is really 150 ml of hefeweizen plus juice, wouldn't it be better to just get some hefeweizen (at maybe $2.50 for 500 ml locally) and start blending? Add a vitamin C pill if you really need more acidic bite. I think this drink does a service in introducing the idea but needs to be taken to the next level by some economizing experimentation. No award winner but in no way as foul as some of the cloying sweetened lambics being foisted on the unsuspecting these days.