Wheat beers are made with the primary ingredient of wheat, along with other malts. Wheat doesn't have the enzymes needed to convert starches to sugars, so additional malts are added into the mix. Wheat beers fall into one of several other subcategories such as Witbiers, Berliner Weisse, Weissbiers, and Gose. Typically, they'll have a lighter pale color, creamy texture and lightly sweetened flavor profile. A very drinkable style of beer that's perfect for all occasions.