If I stopped talking to you, how would I hear about your visions?
If you can get your hands on it (and if you like hefeweizen), Pyramid is my favorite:
I LOVE hefeweissen! Never had a Pyramid so I will definitely try one on your suggestion. In return I offer the following for your consideration: Weihenstephaner - the oldest still operating brewery in the world. When it opened the Orthodox and Catholic churches were still one. The best, absolute best hefeweissen, no, best beer in general, is Ayinger Brau Weisse. And if you want to try something interesting though possibly nasty - Schlenkerla Rauch Bier. It is a smoked, heavy beer. Do yourself a favour and get slightly tipsy first and drink it while having some Landjaeger.
Where would you obtain said beer? It sounds pretty exclusive.
Rauch bier of any kind, but especially imported, is generally difficult to find. I would also like to know where you're getting it.
I got lucky in that we have a German beer house just up the road from work. It's actually three bars in the same building, owned by the same guy, who also owns a specialty beer store next to the bars. The German Bar (Das Huber Haus) was my old afterwork haunt back in '08 and I still drop by there from time to time, but usually only when I have someone else to drive...
One of the guys who worked down in the German part while I went there was a beer snob of the first class, so he and I had many a good conversation...and I got lots of free samples just so we could discuss the finer points. (The owner of the joints was also a beer aficionado so he understood!) He introduced me to the Ruach bier after I had gone through a couple of Spatens.
If any of y'all are ever in Omaha, I look forward to taking you!