Shock Top Brewing Company in St. Louis, Missouri. I don't want to burst your bubble, but if you didn't know, that is Budweiser in disguise. I will not let that impair my judgement though. I tried the original Shock Top Belgian White a few years back and didn't seem to mind it, so let's check this one out. The label still has Orange-Face Mohawk dude with shades, but a few raspberries let you know this is an added flavor.
Lots of raspberries for an aroma. It smells like someone tried a little too hard to impress the boss, and came back from the lab with a super powerful raspberry candle aroma, with wheat. Sweet flavors, raspberry and wheat. I wish some tart fruity flavors were present, too, but this was more like a fruit juice or a flavored vodka minus the alcoholic bang. Your 5.2% alcohol is not really noticeable. What is noticeable, however, is the high prickly carbonation. Slightly too sweet but above their normal bland mass-produced beers. I know many friends that would totally dig this beer. Was OK.