Blueberry Cobbler Ale, an American Wheat Ale by Funky Buddha Brewery

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Blueberry Cobbler Ale is an American Wheat Ale brewed by Funky Buddha Brewery, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a shaker pint glass from a bottle.


The ale pours a murky, ruby red and is topped by an inch-thick cap of pink fluff that offers modest retention.


The aroma is strikingly sweet with a scent of blueberries, cinnamon, vanilla, brown sugar, and wheat. It really smells like something you’d want for dessert.

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The palate follows the nose beginning with fruity blueberries, balanced atop a malty, wheat base. It’s balanced by a bite of tart cherry before it finishes sweetly with vanilla.


Its creamy mouthfeel has a light body and low carbonation.


The Blueberry Cobbler Ale is nearly a dessert beer in taste but otherwise ticks all the boxes expected for a wheat ale. It’s a refreshing, easy-drinking brew that’s pure joy in a glass. A must try.

Recommended Pairings

Funky Buddha recommends the following food pairings with their Blueberry Cobbler Ale: Mount Tam cheese, blueberry scones, falafel with pita, eggs benedict, ahi tuna tacos with wasabi crema, and perogis.


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