BeerAndPonies (171) - Medicine Hat, Alberta, CANADA - MAY 3, 2015
355 ml can from a 12-pack sampler from Sobeys Liquor, served in a shaker pint glass. Pours a slightly orangey straw yellow with lots of very fine carbonation and a creamy white cap that crackles and vanishes with time to leave rings and islands of lace. Aroma is similar to many lagers, with unsweetened malty cereals, and hints of buttered corn that I truly dislike in the aroma and flavor of beer. (Actually, I don’t know if my nose and tongue read this correctly as "corn"; it just might be some version of biscuity or cracker-like malt.) Flavor is practically identical to most light lagers, right down to a stronger presence of the confusing and distasteful corn/biscuit flavor, with what seems to be a hint of herbal hops. Thin, and with a dry finish. I wouldn’t go out of my way for this. Although labeled as a Kristallweizen, it’s indistinguishable from most adjunct lagers. So-so. EatMore73 (30) - Barrie, Ontario, CANADA - APR 29, 2015
Pours a clear bubbly gold with a small creamy white head. Aroma of grain, grass and corn. Tastes of grain, some sweet malt and a very light bitter finish. Watery and light body. Ferris (16300) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 27, 2015
Draft - Light grain sweetness and a touch of corn. Clear light gold with. Decent white head. Sweet creamed sheet and a long sweet finish. A bit too sweet. Patrickctenchi (6692) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - FEB 11, 2015
Clear, medium gold...small white head.
Wheat, grain aroma.
Taste is sweet, honey-wheat malt...
Very plain..more like a better-than-average pale lager....not very wheaty, really.....more a grass/straw base.
Doesn’t taste bad, at all.....just quite forgettable......not very lively.
shrubber85 (11583) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - FEB 1, 2015
Bottle. Lactic wheat and barley malt aroma. Bright golden yellow with giant head. Lightly sweet wheat malt and hay flavor. Light body. Bland.
ryanhunter_4 (330) - Strathmore, Alberta, CANADA - DEC 26, 2014
I’ve had this a few times before but for this one it was a 355 ml can poured at home. Smell is....off. I can’t pinpoint it (others say wheat or hay) other than to say it is sweet, but it reminds me of something rotting. Sweet to taste, with lemon and orange flavoring. Like i said, i’ve had it a few times and have never really enjoyed it. gregorymconway (232) - Peterborough, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 7, 2014
UPDATED: DEC 7, 2015 330ml bottle from the only cafe. Transparent straw/gold with very thin white head. Sweet biscuit and cereal aromas. An American interpretation is immediately apparent on the nose. Some sweetness, hay. Nice carbonation level. Sessionable, enjoyable, DeanF (2514) - Alberta, CANADA - SEP 2, 2014
Strong sweet wheat aroma and a decent head with a golden body flavour isstrong hoppy lagerness with a hint. Of wheat. just okay. RhetoricalAns (939) - Red Deer, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 31, 2014
Bottle. Clear yellow gold pour with a thin white head that disappears without a trace. Light wheat malt aroma. Taste has a bit of citrus and sweetness to it. Quite light body with a fair bit of carbonation. sulawang (1189) - - AUG 23, 2014
Visual: Part of a variety 12-pack, aluminum cans. Pours clear golden yellow-orange, no head, thin ringed retention, many steady streams.
Nose: Almost mute; just a touch of grainy barley malt. (lvl-1)-pungency
Attack: crisp, incoming grainy malts
Mid-palate: thin-bodied, watery mouthfeel, light fizzy, (lvl-4)-sweetness, light metallic, (MAIN) barley malt, bready-grainy, a hint of spiciness + citrus
Finish: a touch yeasty, malty sweet finish.
Summary: Don’t bother, nothing special here. Drinks like a mainstream lager.