vtafro (7453) - Wayne, New Jersey, USA - MAR 27, 2014
(backlog) Bottle. Hazy golden pour with white spotty head. Wheat, lemon and other citrus aromas. Flavors follow, not too citrus forward. Carfi (297) - Rakovník, CZECH REPUBLIC - OCT 28, 2012
Postupně sem budu doplňopvat piva, co jsem vypil a zapsal si, chvilku to asi bude trvat a proto k těm dříve vypitým pivům nebudou žádné "dojmy" . madmitch76 (27113) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUN 27, 2012
27th September 2010dnstone (4067) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - FEB 20, 2012
Cloudy orange - gold beer. Short lived white head. Light dry palate. Soft creamy malt with a litte dab of soapy yeast. Then glorious orange hops with traces of peel and marmalade and a dash of lemon. Finishes semi dry. Hugely drinkable and with great hop flavours.
Opaque yellow in color with a hint of white head. Light citrus hop aroma. Light bodied wheaty but (citrus) hops dominate the flavor stefannilssons (1578) - SWEDEN - FEB 16, 2012
Det här var en jättebesvikelse, jag hade väntat mig något riktigt bra här men jag hade tokfel. Jag kan inte sätta fingret på vad som jag tyckte var fel men fel var det.
yngwie (17477) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - FEB 5, 2012
Bottle. A big, creamy, off-white head over an unclear, yellow-golden body. The aroma is very citrusy and peachy, some mango and grapefruit notes. and a sugary, pineapple hint. Mango, peaches and citrus in the flavor, low on bitterness, which suits the beer just fine. Mediium body, pleasant carbonation. An unusual but quite nice weissbier. 110610 PotjeBier (3941) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - DEC 30, 2011
From notes. Bottled @ Beer Temple. Golden color, hazy. White head. Aroma’s of spices & herbs, pepper, grassy hops, sour fruit (lemon), orange peel. Flavor is somewhat tart, fruity. Light body. Dry bitter finish. OK but not much balance. Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - DEC 14, 2011
In short: A yeasty wheat beer with a aggressive bitter hopping. A bit too aggressive for its own good.rederic (3345) - montréal, Quebec, CANADA - DEC 2, 2011
How: Bottle 500ml. Exact age unknown (forgot to note the expiration date) but probably 6 to 12 months of age, as fresh as an Amager can be in North-America
The look: Cloudy yellow body topped by an enormous white head with good retention. The last 20% of the bottle had nasty looking big chunks of yeast
In long: The intensely hoppy nose is tropical fruits, pineapple upside down cake, floral hops and more. Taste has light notes of bananas, lots of yeast, tropical fruits, freshly squeezed lemons. The beer is very bitter and also quite acidic which makes for an abrasive finish. Carbonation was a little too aggressive. Overall I’m not too sure what this beer is trying to do. A hoppy wheat ale that is too abrasive to be refreshing. Puzzling. But at least it is tasty and certainly not boring. That’s my opinion, and when drinking a beer I’m usually the best beer taster in the room, because I’m all alone in my house, because nobody wants to drink with a pretentious know-it-all like me.
500ml bottle, batch 288, slight hazy blonde hue, with a big rocky bubbly white head, spicy, yeasty, herbal nose of kind of dill pickle, with some tropical fruit esters of rambutan, lychee, with some floral lemongrass, lime, lemon, grapefruit peel hop notes in the aroma follows through on a medium-bodied palate with a good fruity, yeasty pineapple, lychee, pear, grapefruit, lime, lemon rind, flowery leafy, cedary hop character, with a spicy lemongrass, fraint dill undertone and a zesty citrusy backbone, leading towards a light pear, lychee fruitiness, good citrus, zesty lime, lemon, grapefruit rind hop bitterness finish. Diogène (1214) - Mirabel, Quebec, CANADA - NOV 26, 2011
Bouteille. Bière jaune pâle voilée et surmontée d’une très épaisse mousse blanche. Au nez, le houblon citra et ses arômes de citron est dominant avec des notes fruitées et de levures. En bouche, c’est encore le houblon citra qui domine largement, laissant un peu de place au malt avec une finale légèrement amère et des notes minimes de clous de girofle. Le blé est très discret.