I have never seen this Valentins hefe before so I decided to try it. I needn't have bothered.
It pours a very murky dirty water colour. I tasted it and decided all I could get was a watery Erdinger. I would much rather have one of the more mass produced wheat's like Erdinger or Paulaner let alone a quality beer like Schneider Original.
My suspicion of quality, or lack there of was confirmed when I read the ingredients on the bottle. Hop Extract? No thanks.... A homebrew wheat beer made from a kit (can of liquid malt and hop extract) would give the same if not better results.
Now as an introduction to the world of wheat beers, this will do the job but it might put people off. I am not saying this is undrinkable, far from it. It is just that with the many German wheat beers available in Ireland let alone the rest of the world, there is no reason whatsoever to drink this. It is a little more bitter than your average German Hefe but if you want a hoppy wheat, go get Hopfenweise from Schneider & brooklyn.