ippopotamo36 (2558) - Rome, ITALY - JUL 21, 2015
At the 8th tasting (round 1), held at Vlada’s Beerville pub in Belgrade-Serbia. Can courtesy of KansaiBeer Lvrs, many thanks mate! Pours cloudy golden-weizen color, medium tick white foamy head. Nose: clove, banana, bakery smell, fresh and clean aroma. Mouth: clean, balanced, well-done. Mild feel of wheat, bread crumb, lovely. Bravo! Tonkun (1306) - New Jersey, USA - JUL 9, 2015
Can. Cloudy yellow white pour with a white head that dissipated quickly. Lemon zest, orange, honey, bread. Really nice aroma. Medium body and carbonation. Sweet, bitter and sour finish. Nice. And good looking can colui72 (1101) - HONG KONG - JUN 7, 2015
UPDATED: JUN 8, 2015 Good Japanese Hefeweizen in a beautiful and appealing blue bottle. Fruity and yeasty. Good summer beer. jamaty (2258) - Madrid, SPAIN - JUN 4, 2015
La botella es sencillamente preciosa. Con aspecto de agua mineral premium con vidrio azul intenso. Ambar bonita, pero con mucha menor espuma de la esperada para el estilo. El aroma tiene fondo de weizen, aplatanada, pero es mucho más cereal. La textura es perfecta en boca y el punto de gas también. En cuanto al sabor, no defrauda. En absoluto. Equilibrada, aunque deja predominar las maltas, con sabor de plátano, dulce, bastante dulce. Compensado con un final más seco, algo achampanado. Buen ejemplar de weizen en Japón, demostrando otra vez que cuando hay trigo en la receta saben lo que se tienen entre manos. RafeAU (628) - Los Angeles, California, USA - APR 4, 2015
bottle In Osaka. cold storage at rakuichi. and a can 2 days later was identical. fresh, pleasant hefeweizen with a nice moderate banana aroma. wlp300 I wonder? fairly good.
willisread (3651) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAR 7, 2015
Can bought at Food & Company in Gakugei-Daigaku. Poured into an English tulip. Beautiful hazy straw color with a huge white head. Smells of banana and papaya with some clove on the nose. Mostly wheat on the palate with some corriander, clove and pepper noticeable as well. Good carbonation and texture. Nice peppery finish. Artichoke (90) - California, USA - FEB 19, 2015
Not a bad hefe. The mouth feel is nice three finger head, fruity aromatic but needs to be more bitter. A bit saccharine ronaldtheriot (1995) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - JAN 10, 2015
Ginga Kogen has a thick, creamy, white head, a milky, opaque, yellow-gold appearance, and moderate lacing left on the glass. The aroma is of banana, coriander, slight smoke, and white wheat. Taste is of all that with bubble gum and white pepper. Bitterness is low, and sugariness is high. RJT KansaiBeerLvrs (5378) - Kyoto, JAPAN - DEC 16, 2014
Can. For some reason I thought this was a lager so I served it in a footed pilsner glass, imagine my surprise when it pour a cloudy gold with a solid head of white foam - ummm... that looks like a weizen. One whiff, bready wheat and cloves with a bit of a fruity tang. Label check, yep made with wheat. I am just confused as to why they are selling a beer made with wheat as Komugi no Beer and another beer made with wheat as Weizen... I think the body on this one is slightly thinner. I switched to my weizen glass, a subtler nose and a fuller mouthfeel. The taste is a protein rich wheatiness & cloves, with a smooth silky body - in the pilsner glass the carbonation came off a bit rough. The flavor is nicely balanced but a bit mild. I like it and I guess it might be slightly different from the other Ginga Kogen Weizen... I think I need to try them side by side or talk to someone at the brewery... crossovert (13947) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 21, 2014
30cl cobalt blue bottle. Pours a milky whiteish gold wiht a a large foamy white head. Smell is skunked, lame. The flavor though slightly skunked retains a lot of traditional hefeweizen characteristics, creamy wheat, spritzy lemon, and spicy clove, there is a bit of sweetness and it is a bti thin in the mouthfeel. Decent.