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Wheaties Beer Is the New Craft Beer of Champions

Wheaties Beer Is the New Craft Beer of Champions


You’ll definitely want to eat your Wheaties after reading this

Wheaties are revered as the “Breakfast of Champions.” So if the brand releases a beer, it should be naturally referred to as the “Beer of Champions.”

The General Mills cereal is best known for featuring athletes like Bruce Jenner and Lance Armstrong on its packaging. Now, they are releasing a limited-edition line of beers called HefeWheaties.

The Wheaties beer will be produced at the Fulton brewery in Minneapolis. It is a hefeweizen, a south-German style of wheat beer made with 50 percent malted wheat — a perfect match for the wheat cereal.

Ryan Petz, president and co-founder of Fulton, explained in a blog post on the General Mills website that this pairing between the cereal and beer makes sense because both companies are based in Minnesota. “We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Petz said.

HefeWheaties will only be sold in the Twin Cities area beginning August 26.


Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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Say what? A Wheaties beer? Yup, and it’s called HefeWheaties

Breakfast food retailer delves into a new product line, just like high-end fashion retailer Lululemon. One hint: it comes with foam on top.

Think "Breakfast of Champions" and Wheaties cereal comes to mind and vice versa. The iconic marketing slogan has outlived more than a few trends in breakfast retail brands and likely isn’t going to lose steam going forward.

Especially when they're busy devising unique marketing products that don't fit the traditional brand. How many people, after all, think beer for breakfast?

But then again, how many retail consumers think beer when perusing Lululemon's male-brand fashion line?

Apparently Wheaties has had the same epiphany as the high-end fashion retailer. And not surprisingly, Wheaties is going for the "tall-boy" brew and christening its beer line as "HefeWheaties."

In a blog post explaining the new product, Wheaties said it is partnering with Minneapolis craft brewery Fulton to produce a limited-edition Hefeweizen beer. And, no, there are no Wheaties in the beer. But, as the blog post explained, there is wheat.

“And that connection helped both brands try something interesting,” explained Kevin Hunt, manager of social media in global communications at General Mills, who authored the blog post.

For Fulton, the unique product offered more than one compelling customer engagement opportunity.

“We were intrigued from the get-go on this idea for many reasons, including that we’re both Minneapolis companies, and that the beer and the cereal both started from the same place in terms of raw ingredients and the same city,” Fulton President and Co-founder Ryan Petz stated.

The Hefeweizen is a south German wheat beer, traditionally brewed with over 50 percent malted wheat.

It’s Fulton’s first Hefeweizen and features water, malted wheat, malted barley, hops from Germany, the U.S. and Australia, and a yeast strain specifically developed for fermenting American-style wheat beers, states the blog.

The unique product collaboration was spawned between employees at the two companies who began talking about cross-over synergies.

The beer, as of Aug. 26, will only be available in the Twin Cities market in a 16-ounce tallboy can. It will not be available for shipment or purchase outside of Minnesota.

If HefeWheaties proves to be a hit, the companies said they will consider doing another craft beer in a larger distribution.

Judy Mottl

Judy Mottl is editor of Retail Customer Experience and Food Truck Operator. She has decades of experience as a reporter, writer and editor covering technology and business for top media including AOL, InformationWeek and InternetNews.

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