Fence Mender Pale Wheat by 1812 Brewery in Maryland, United States

About Fence Mender Pale Wheat by 1812 Brewery

Mending Fences became a term in 1879 when Senator John Sherman (R-OH) made a speech and said "I have come home to look after my fences.” While he probably was really talking about the fences on his farm, it was interpreted to mean he had come home to rebuild support in the coming elections. Of course, at 1812 Brewery, they’d like to think a few Fence Mender Wheat could resolve any issues.

Easy drinking pale wheat with Amarillo and Mosaic hops.


Made by 1812 Brewery

1812 Brewery is nestled in the mountains of Western Maryland, specifically in Cumberland, MD. Our goal is to produce a quality handcrafted beer made from our own hops.