The BlueWave bodywork blu wave beer is a blue wave beer that’s brewed to the exact same recipe as BlueWave BlueWave beer.
It’s a light blue wave, with a hint of lime and pineapple.
The beer is brewed with 100 percent wheat and malt, but there are no adjuncts.
The recipe is a mash bill of about 100 pounds of grains and barley.
This mash bill is used to brew the beer, with hops added after the beer is made.
The body of the beer has been lightly blended with oats, barley and rye, with the addition of honey.
This beer was brewed in 2014 for the BlueWave Brewing Company, and it was sold at select events last year, but the Blue Wave Brewing Company did not offer a tasting.
The Blue Wave BlueWave was one of the first beers to have a limited edition of 30 bottles.
This is not a light beer, but it’s light enough that the taste is very light.
The brewery says it’s a “light” beer, and is also a bit on the dry side, with an average carbonation level of 1.0 to 1.3 percent.
The aroma is light and floral, with some pine, citrus and a touch of lime.
The taste is a light and earthy, with lots of citrus and pine.
It tastes a little bit like a dark amber, and has a very smooth, refreshing finish.