SamP01 (668) - New Jersey, USA - AUG 29, 2012
Pours a rich copper amber hue with medium off white slowly fading creamy head. Aroma and Taste of caramel malt, some wheat and light spicy notes with some bitterness. Palate is a medium body with mild carbonation. Finish is sweet caramel malt, some wheat and light spiciness and some bitter notes on the for balance. Overall a good, solid summer brew.
Brenhophead (695) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - AUG 27, 2012
330 can. Pours a clear light amber colour with a white head and a big toffee aroma plus hints of hops and wheat. It has that wheat beer flavour combined with a sweet creamy toffee note and nice hop bitterness. This beer surprised me and I would love to try it fresh. Regardless this beer is pushing boundaries, if you see I try it. alogan97 (71) - Jacksonville, Florida, USA - AUG 20, 2012
Wheat and citrus aroma. Dark brown reddish appearance with light head. Faint caramel flavor which fades quickly. Lightly carbonated, taste flat and flavorless. crossovert (12934) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - AUG 16, 2012
Disliked it more as it went along. It is basically a caramel and vanilla flavored american pale wheat ale. jjuf1853 (1302) - Land O Lakes, Florida, USA - AUG 12, 2012
Draft at Brass Tap Trinity. Pours a clear amber color with an off white head. Bready malt aroma with a good bit or sweetness. Flavor has some off notes with a sweet and sour feel. Wondering if there isn’t something wrong with the keg. Will have to try again at another time and re-rate to be sure.
BMan1113VR (7931) - Los Angeles, California, USA - AUG 11, 2012
Can. Pours with a clear copper hued body with a lasting off-white head. Aromas are lightly metallic, light spice, caramel, malty, sweet, corn, wheat, grainy. Low ester, minimal hop. Flavors are grainy, light spice, strong vanilla, straw, wheat. Pretty clean except for the spice. Low ester. Lively carbonation, medium dry, thinner body. ansermadide (1526) - Kyle, Texas, USA - AUG 9, 2012
This is a pretty dark beer for a wheat... and that’s a welcomed sight. I’m not a fan of wheat ales at all, but Anderson Valley is one of my favorite brewers, so I’m already willing to give this beer a chance. The color is a dark amber, with a mostly transparent body and an off-white head that fades quickly. The beer is too wet and not sticky enough to leave behind any lacing, but there’s enough sediment floating around in the beer to make up for that.
The aroma is of sweet, caramel malts and is light, refreshing and smooth on the nose with hints of a fruity candy (almost like candi sugar). In the mouth, it’s wicked smooth. Caramel malts prevail. The beer is balanced in just the right way so that the sweet barley overpowers what wheat ended up going in this. Thank you, Anderson Valley... I owe you one. It finishes soft and clean, with a lingering taste of sweet, unfermented barley water right in the center of the tongue.
It’s not very lively on the palate, but if it was it wouldn’t feel this smooth. I’m actually very impressed by this. BlackEyePA (573) - USA - AUG 5, 2012
Really pretty creative. Cocoa nibs, vanilla, honey...hints in taste and aroma. the flavor. The malts ad hops woven together with specific fruits and spices. It is really developed and I liked it Wim (3980) - Weelde, BELGIUM - AUG 5, 2012
amber coloured body with a off white head a spicy fruity malty aroma a spicy malty fruity little sour sweet taste with a sweet bitter finish maxwelldeux (4374) - Snohomish, Washington, USA - AUG 4, 2012
Wow. This one is ridiculously creamy. Pours an amber color with a moderate head. Super smooth and easy to drink, almost like you’re drinking milk. This was surprising.