andrepintado (3707) - Porto, PORTUGAL - JAN 23, 2017
Can from beers of europe. Light hazy gold color. Thin white head. Medium bitterness, light sweet. Medium thin body. Aroma and flavour is hops, citrus, wheat, fresh herbs. Leighton (22555) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 18, 2016
Can at home in London - picked up at the Drinkers’ Paradise. Pours crystal clear gold with a creamy, white head. The nose has some dried citrus peel, lemon rind, dried wheat flakes, pale grains. Light sweet flavour with more grainy wheat character, some white bread, straw, old worn-out lemon peel. Light bodied with average carbonation. Finishes with more lemony notes, faint plastic, more hay, dried grains. Pretty basic stuff, really. mr_h (6014) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - DEC 14, 2016
355ml can at home on 14 Dec 2016, from Appellation Wines, Dalry Road, Edinburgh (bb 31 Mar 2018), floral, wheat, light citrus aroma, golden with a thin off-white head, wheat, light citrus, toffee, some soft fruitiness, fairly fizzy, mild floral finish. Saeglopur (2383) - Vienna Woods, AUSTRIA - DEC 10, 2016
355 ml can bought in London. onceblind (10704) - Denver, Colorado, USA - NOV 22, 2016
Orange, clear body, with a medium, creamy, lacing, off-white head.
Aroma of citrus, flowers, orange, some tropical fruits, wheat, some bread, some yeast.
Tastes quite light, but crisp, with about the same aromas and some more candy.
Medium, a bit oily mouthfeel, with an average carbonation.
Finishes smooth, crisp, quite dry, citric, floral, a bit yeasty, moderate piney.
Really nice. Easy, crisp and with the characteristic balancing smoothness I love this brewery for. Quite light, but not in a boring way at all, with nice fruity and floral notes throughout. Overall much better than expected, of course this hasn’t got any big aromas, but a lot of subtle quality in my opinion.
Slightly hazy light golden with a large rocky white head. Aroma has a earthy grassy and herbal citrusy nuances back up a gentle wheat toast backbone. Crisp dry wheaty flavor with a herbal and faintly citrus rind-y bitterness and a grassy dry finish. A bit plain and un-exciting.
DarkSong (381) - Dacula, Georgia, USA - NOV 6, 2016
It pours a hazy yellow with a beautiful medium sized, long lasting white head. It has a floral hop aroma. I also smell citrus and resin. I think this is one of the best American wheat beers I’ve ever had. It has a nice hop bitterness, which in no was overwhelms the beer. I also taste tangerine, pine, lemon & wheat. I recommend this beer. ozzy70 (1283) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - SEP 29, 2016
12 oz. can. Poured clear golden, foamy lasting white head. Aroma was fresh clean laundry, pine. Taste was lightly sweet, lemon water, light pine. Slight spicy finish. mateuszk (2769) - Poznań, POLAND - SEP 16, 2016
Bottle. Almost clear, golden in colour, small white head. Grassy aroma with touch of citrus. In taste lightly malty with bitter and grassy hoppy finish. Simple beer. minutemat (6133) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - SEP 13, 2016
Can whilst watching Hell or High Water at Cineworld, Shrewsbury. No comment on appearance as consumed straight from the can. Nice floral lemon citrus aroma. Taste is smooth, wheat, citrus, floral, lemongrass. Nice, easy-going flavourful cinema beer. Dacrza (1051) - Great Meadows, New Jersey, USA - AUG 27, 2016
DATE: 27 August 2016... OCCASION: a beer for relaxation and a thought that Dad continues to recover in the hospital... GLASSWARE: Penn State weizen.... pours a clear, streaming golden body with clumpy, chunky head that mellows to a half-finger rather swiftly.... lacing is cumulus clouds sporadically finger-painted.... heavy cracker pervades, with the expected wheat aspects like bubblegum, funk and candy fighting for depth... palate is textured, with the throat bubbly but soft and drinkable... lemon and orange citrus hint at, surprisingly, creamsicle, while the cracker creates a memorable flavor profile... carrots and other vegetable flavors also... yeasts do not develop much nuance outside of popcorn, although the finish is clean and refreshing... this one is surprising, as I have enjoyed most of what Anchor has offered.... this is not one I would seek out again, with its curious distinctions and uneven flavors... much better wheat ales out there...