Oakes (17831) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 30, 2006
Clear dull gold colour, though there is a lot of sediment at the bottom of the bottle. Light aroma of apples and pears plus a hint of wheat and vague phenols. The body has some zippy carbo, is fairly heavy but yet not sweet. It seems to have quite a bit of hoppy bitterness for the style. A slight lemony, bubblegummy note is the main feature. Dry finish. Not a bad drinker overall, despite not hitting any particular marks. beerguy101 (5360) - Newark, California, USA - SEP 18, 2006
Bottle – tasted as St. Wilburs Weizen--
The hefeweizen pours a light orange gold color from a 12oz bottle. Small sized white foamy head. Aroma is wheat and grass, some hey and sweetness. A medium to light bodied hefe. Malts are grassy and grainy, with some banana and clove and spice flavors. Touch of orange. Hops are slightly citrusy. A touch sweet and fruity for a hefe. Mild carbonation. Mouthfeel is full. Finish is clean and smooth. Aftertaste is sweet.
jimhilt (2611) - Bow, New Hampshire, USA - SEP 18, 2006
Pours a three finger white head that fades quickly leaving no lace. Cloudy amber color. Very light carbonation and medium bodied. Apple cider nose. Starts with a cider flavor expecting wheat and an unusual smoothness. Hoppy/cidery finish. Best before Oct 2005 explains why it is off. $1.30 for a 12oz bottle from Liquid Solutions Tigard, Or. DrunkAsASkunk (847) - Lynnwood, Washington, USA - SEP 18, 2006
This beer pours a cloudy yellowish color with a slight yellow head and decent lacing. Lemon and wheat aroma with a hint of citrus and hay. HELLO Mr. wheat and hay man. Mildly refreshing citrus with malty overload and little hop presence. Definite citrus and grapefruit presence with chives and clove in the finish. Sweet and cardboardy in the finish with heavy bitterness and mild carbonation levels. Not overwhelming and little alcohol presence..ho hum. A little too wheaty to drink more than one, but a nice change of pace beer. Beerdedone (3408) - Croydon, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 16, 2006
Bottle sampled with Stegosaurus, obtained from my west coast connection. Pours golden with a white head. Aroma of citrus, spices, and bananas. FLavor is sweet, bananas, citrus, and spices. Good beer.
billk (353) - Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, USA - AUG 5, 2006
Tap @ Dog & Grog Virginia City, MT. Somewhat sweet, sour, min hops flavor but with a fair bitterness especially on the finish. A touch of yeast in the nose and flavor. Not much on notes with this one. stegosaurus (1882) - Levittown, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 2, 2006
Bottle sampled with Beerded_one, from his west coast connection. Pours hazy yellow gold with a decent sized white head. Aroma of citrus, spices, bananas, wheat. FLavor is smooth, sweet, bananas, citrus, spices, and alcohol. Good body, decent brew. Reid (2556) - Salem, Oregon, USA - JUL 22, 2006
Label says "St.Wilbur Weizen" and has a St.Bernards Dog busting out of a barrel, but this is indeed an America wheat/hefe so I am sure this is the same beer.
A nice looking Hefe, the looks are true to style hazy orange beer with a small tight bubbled white head.
The aroma is barely there though some hints of wheat and a tiny bit of mashed banana.
Flavours are not bad, mashed banan( like the baby food jars banana), quite spicy and very wheatlike..it does tend however to tail off a bit as the beer passes over the tongue.
Best part about this beer is the palate, very soft and silky even, thicker than expected for this style..liked it.
Overall not a bad attempt..on the border of American Wheat and true Hefe. Sham (1844) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JUN 19, 2006
Cloudy yellow with a frothy head and huge spots of lace. Wheaty nose with bananas and some clove. Slightly metallic flavors. Some wheat with a touch of clove. Eh, didn’t like the flavor all that much. Thaichile (599) - 10aFly, New Jersey, USA - JUN 13, 2006
Bottle. Pours a hazy golden yellow with a head that sticks around a bit, then takes off. Citrus on the nose. This starts off like it really wants to be a hefeweizen and then completely falls off the cliff. Up to the lips and just entering the mouth, but then it turns into a citric fest and loses all notion of its initial identity. It was not unenjoyable, actually I didn’t mind it, just no way is it a hefeweizen. Thanks to wohlfs for the bottle.