Just had a bottle of Freigeist Abraxxxas the other night, which is the best Berliner Weisse I've ever had. I love the balance of yeasty wheat, with a tart/sour finish and it got me wondering why more breweries don't brew this style of beer. It is a very approachable style with a lower ABV that would make it a good intro into craft beer for newbs, yet still have the depth and complexity to attract craft beer lovers (especially the Abraxxxas, which has a slight smokey/peaty taste too). It just seems like an under appreciated beer style. What are some other beer styles you don't see many breweries making, which you would like to see more of?