daddyslick (36) - Arizona, USA - MAR 16, 2008
This beer is sadly only brewed about once every other year. This beer tastes very much like a Hoegaarden that has a lot of coriander added to it. You can definitely taste the unmalted wheat’s semi-sweet flavor, almost vanilla like in nature. A delicious beer that goes great with everthing they have to offer on the menu turbo (1271) - Arizona, USA - MAR 12, 2008
Cloudy yellow with a thick, white, creamy head and thick lacing.
Nice rich fruity aroma of lemmon and bananas, citrus and oranges.
Nice thick and creamy mouthfeel. easy drinking beer. Would of had another but I was more into the chicken wings than anything else. hellbilly (3248) - scottsdale über alles, Arizona, USA - MAR 3, 2008
UPDATED: MAR 24, 2008 poured a muddy gold color with a frothy insanely creamy head. great retention and lacing on the glass. the aroma is notably lemony with hints of yeasty bread, earthy funk, banana-like fruits, dried herbs and spices. the flavor is lemony but not overly tart. rather, crisp and dry with notes of coriander, black pepper-esque spiciness and light yeast. it is certainly not salty but it is tasted and felt. full bodied with a rich creamy texture and an incredible chewy mouth feel. it’s almost like a melted milk shake. but, at the same time it is very crisp and almost parching... Bockyhorsey (2628) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - MAR 2, 2008
Tap @ Tempe. Aroma was that of a freash lemon dishwash soap on the nose. Cloudy yellow body with white creamy head. Head almost looked like wax on top of pint glass. Most lacing seen on a glass from a beer with lower alcohol content. Flavor was like citrus juice more towards lemon and a mild bittering. Easy on the palate good refreshing brew before a lunch. GeneralGao (3614) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - MAR 1, 2008
UPDATED: MAR 2, 2008 Draft at the brewpub (Tempe location). The commercial description leaves the style somewhat open to interpretation, but, I think it best fits into the ’Traditional Ale’ designation. Poured a murky yellow orange color. Head was thick, tenacious, and creamy. Almost foam rubber-ish thick. The retention and lacing were excellent. About as good looking as a beer can be. Aroma was of strong yeasty bread dough, citrus, and coriander. Very wit-like. The flavor was also most reminiscent of a wit with distinct citrus (especially orange/lemon), and yeasty bread dough. There was also a hint of sour peach. Both subdued acidity and delicate sweetness intermingled on the tongue. I also occasionally detected what tasted like a bit of cinnamon. Pretty tasty beer and well suited for Arizona’s climate.