A Better Bouquet: Flower-Infused Beers We Can Get Behind

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Beer Made With Hibiscus

Beer Made With Hibiscus

Rosée d’Hibiscus

Belgian-Style Wheat With Hibiscus

Dieu du Ciel

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

5.9% ABV

The first thing you’ll notice about this beer is its stunning hot pink color, which is perhaps the best part about hibiscus beers. The flowers also impart a perfumey aroma and light acidity with fruity flavors of cranberry and grapefruit, altogether transforming this wheat beer into a tart, floral adventure for the senses that’s as thirst quenching as it is intriguing.

Hibiscus Wit

Belgian-Style Wheat With Hibiscus

2nd Shift Brewing

St. Louis, MO

5.2% ABV

In case you didn’t believe us about how good Dieu du Ciel’s Rosée d’Hibiscus is, here’s a fun fact: It inspired this beer and the brewery itself. Hibiscus Wit is a witbier that’s light pink in color, imparts a hint of herbal, fruity tartness, and serves as living proof of the life-changing magic of tasting great beer.


Saison/Farmhouse Ale With Hibiscus and Spices


Fort Collins, CO

7% ABV

Originally brewed in honor of Valentine’s Day in 2012, Roselle (a species of the hibiscus plant native to West Africa) is a saison that pours a magenta-pink with a fluffy pink head, offering floral, earthy aromas and flavors of raspberry, lemon, berries, and ginger. Funkwerks also makes Hibiscus Provincial (4.2%), a sessionable sour ale made with lactobacillus and fermented with a Belgian wheat yeast strain yielding fruity flavors and a refreshing dry finish.

Fleur de Ferme

Saison/Farmhouse Ale With Hibiscus, Lavender and Chamomile

The Commons Brewery

Portland, OR

6.2% ABV

This winter seasonal stands out among the hibiscus beers for the simple fact that it’s dark, roasty, and mysterious, yet achieves floral aromas and flavors by way of a hibiscus, lavender, and chamomile combination added at the end of the boil in the brewing process. The mouthfeel is silky smooth with a full-figured body, a perfectly voluptuous Valentine’s Day brew. 

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