I started brewing beer about a year ago. As of today, I've completed 4 different batches of beer: a pale ale, a porter, a nut brown ale and just finished today, a raspberry wheat beer.
If you're looking to get into brewing, the hardest part about it is having to be patient. I started making this raspberry wheat 2 months ago and it wasn't until today that I was able to try it. The wait has been worth the reward though because tasting a freshly made beer that you've made from scratch is definitely a satisfying experience.
The best part about it is hearing that "pshh" sound when opening the first bottle. This raspberry wheat poured with a nice, thick head, had a very subtle raspberry smell with an equal degree of raspberry taste. It'll be nice to have in the coming weeks on a warm summer night (or day...or morning...)
If you want the recipe, you'll have to buy the book from the suppliers and creators of the brew shop called Maltose Express in Monroe, CT. You can find the book with their raspberry wheat recipe in Beer Captured, available on Amazon.
As for the rest of my raspberry wheat supply, if you live near me and want a taste, too bad! No just kidding...I'd be happy to get some critiques.
P.S. With regard to that image, no, I'm not drinking in a jungle and no, the beer did not develop any type of exotic foliage while fermenting. That's just a colorful backdrop.