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Brewed by Darling Brewery / Tasteroom
Style: German Hefeweizen
Darling, South Africa
Serve in Weizen


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RATINGS: 3   MEAN: 1.93/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.48/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
A boldly secretive ale bursting with honey bush flavours. Top fermented with Weizen yeast to produce a vivacious, full body impression with the guarantee of a smoother experience. 4% alc. Inspired by the Pangolin. A creature equipped with an armour of imbricating scales, used to not only disguise and defend but also to lash out with razor sharp edges. When threatened, the Pangolin is known to roll up into a tight impenetrable ball making it a rarely seen animal, and a good omen if spotted. The Pangolin population is largely declining due to the belief that they are purveyors of magic and charms, often being consumed in ‘muti’ or other folk medicines as all of their body parts are thought to carry healing properties.

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   AROMA 3/10   APPEARANCE 2/5   TASTE 3/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 5/20
aleksander9 (1364) - Oslo, - SEP 5, 2013
UPDATED: FEB 21, 2014 Murky golden with quickly disappearing white head. Aroma is sour, green apples, honey and some tea. Medium body with large carbonation. Aftertaste is sour with a hint of malt sweetness In the end. Overall: Infected.

   AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 5/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 9/20
AntonyWilson (135) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - JUL 12, 2016
500ml bottle: Pours a cloudy gold with minimal off-white head. Aroma of grass and slight golden syrup. Flavour of straw and is slightly sweet. Medium bitterness, medium body and medium low carbonation. First oat ale I’ve consumed so no reference. An interesting flavour.

   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 2/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 3/20
AtronSeige (1272) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - JUL 26, 2013
UPDATED: JUL 6, 2016 Aroma: Medium woody, fruity, dragon fruit. Light oats. Appearance: Slightly hazy, small head, fair retention. Flavour: High cough syrup "artificial"). Medium woody. Medium-light musty. Dry finish with lingering "artificial" flavour. Mouthfeel: Medium body. Medium-low carbonation Overall: I assume that it is the honey bush tea that is providing the strange artificial flavour. The "beer" part of the beer is missing, or just lost underneath the overpowering "artificial" flavour. 500 ml bottle, poured. Thanks Tammy 30A. Spice, herb, vegetable beer. Unknown base

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