The new ideas and style mashing continues to come from Red Duck with two new beers in time for summer that register low on the ABV count. The Half Wit is ostensibly a Belgian witbier, brewed with half wheat and half barley. We're told it's a "pale, white, slightly cloudy weisse" and to look out for "soft grapefruit and white spicy notes". The Geist sees the brewery combine elements of the German gose style, generally tart and salty, with another German style, the Berliner Weisse, usually a softly soured style. Brewer Scott Wilson-Browne describes it as "the Half Wit's ghost" and tells us they added extra salt and soured it a little, ending with "notes of white spices, very pale, but with a tangy full bodied palate."