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Serve in Shaker, Weizen

bottled
common

on tap
common

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RATINGS: 2364   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.45/5   SEASONAL: Spring   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bell’s Oberon is a wheat ale fermented with Bell’s signature house ale yeast, mixing a spicy hop character with mildly fruity aromas. The addition of wheat malt lends a smooth mouthfeel, making it a classic summer beer.

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2.1
   AROMA 3/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 4/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 9/20
Cakes (436) - New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 9, 2013
12 oz, on tap. My least favorite offering from the normally exceptionally great Bell’s. Pours hazy pale yellow with a small white head. Nose is straw and hay, citrus and has a candy aroma (sweet). Light body . Not an exceptional beer.


3.2
asheft (3082) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 13, 2017
Bottle at Burrito Gallery, Jacksonville. Sweet base malt and zesty wheat aroma with a touch of lemon and no yeast character. Hazy dark gold under a white collar. Sweet base malt flavor with little bitterness and low zesty hops. Full body and almost sticky sweet. Moderate carbonation.

3.5
seehaferb23 (270) - - JUL 11, 2017
This was tasted out hot a 16oz beer can by Cannery Row Beer Club. This was the most enjoyable beer of the night. Cheers! ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.2
BrewerySensei84 (1) - Ohio, USA - JUL 8, 2017 does not count
First beer on ratebeer. Wasn’t really prepared to leave comments, but I do feel subtle spiciness as described by other reviewers.

3.7
partchapol (128) - Ohio, USA - JUL 7, 2017
Smell of sweet, mild floral. Pale orange color with medium cream foam. Taste of refreshing hop with note of wheat and citrus. Somewhat bitter but with just right texture, not overly slimy. Good beer for summer.

3.7
eRock_2013 (469) - South Carolina, USA - JUL 7, 2017
Thanks to my fellow SC beer scout Michael for sharing this nice wheat ale from Oberon! From a fresh bottle, pours a nice amber-orange haze with a long-lasting white foamy head. Aroma is a flavorful sweet and estery wheat, with a subtle hoppiness in the background, one of the more noticeably hopped wheat beers I have ever had. Taste is a mildly spicy and estery wheat with some sweet malt and a fruity hop aftertaste. The estery notes from the yeast are particularly fresh and complement the standard wheat baseline well. A highly recommended rendition of this style!

3.1
JohananaV2 (159) - - JUL 3, 2017
For being called a wheat beer, it's not nearly as wheaty as I expected. Tasty beer, rated high for it's surprising flavor. I would love it on tap. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.5
Poobah (442) - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA - JUN 30, 2017
Golden with a fluffy, white head and a citrus nose. Mild and lightly-carbonated, with a sticky mouthfeel and a bittersweet, lemonhead finish.

3.5
BeerRenter76 (1015) - Texas, USA - JUN 23, 2017
Mid yellow hazy body with plenty of chunky yeast floaters. The head is settling but is still frothy. Aroma and flavor are spicy, grassy with faint fruits with a hint of booze on the backside. Definitely big for a wheat, but I like it.

2.6
ManVsBeer (10467) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JUN 23, 2017
Bottle from Harris Teeter, Hampstead, North Carolina. Cloudy paler golden coloured with a small head. Has a very light wheat ale character, and not really much taste in that respect. It is crisp.

1.3
gf08031 (7) - - JUN 17, 2017 does not count
Can't stand this Ale. It's my personal palate. I much prefer IPAs. Probably on ok Ale if you like those types ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


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