One of the oldest styles of beer in the world, the history of hefeweizen goes back as far as the 14th or 15th century. And we say, when somethingís working, just get out of the way. Thatís why Henry Weinhardís Northwest Wheat is made the traditional way, like Germans have been doing for centuries. Made with American hops and a touch of honey, this beer has a really incredible depth of flavor.
KAggie97 (3530) - Ugly, Hot, and Humid Spring, Texas, USA - NOV 24, 2012
2.8 AROMA 5/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 6/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 11/20
Tap somewhere south of nowhere. Pours an average yellow with a nose of grassy wheat and light clove. Flavor is grassy hay and banana grass. Light mouthfeel. Meh.
AdamGott (382) - Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA - SEP 5, 2012
2.6 AROMA 5/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 5/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 10/20
I think this is new (?) and not a renaming of a previously existing product. As far as Weinhard Wheat beers go this is my favorite. That being said I am not a wheat beer fan (especially with other adjuncts like orange, cloves, etc.). Cloudy light amber pour with slight orange, dough, and bread on the nose. Tangy in the mouth with more orange and a nice finish of dough/malt/lemon.
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