She might come to you in a dreamlike fog, or you could catch a glimpse of her through an upstairs window at dusk. Repeated sightings of this mysterious "Lady In White" have made her a notorious presence on Fort Monroe. Accounts differ as to her origin, some say she's Jefferson Davis' wife, Varina, who stayed in nearby quarters throughout his imprisonment in the fort. Others claim she's a Civil War soldier's wife who was unfaithful while he was away and was murdered by him upon his return. No one really knows. But what we DO know is that this best-selling, award-winning, crowd-pleasing favorite is a hefeweizen you can turn to any time of year. Brewed with 50% wheat and a distinctive German ale yeast, Lady has a refreshingly tart grainy wheat base that supports a balanced blend of banana esters and clove phenols from fermentation. Suspended yeast and assertive carbonation create a fluffy mouthfeel without making the beer filling. Simple and satisfying, this beer is a must try for any fan of Oozlefinch.