rampmaster (642) - Alden, New York, USA - SEP 21, 2010
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz bottle into a Weizen glass. The label has a "Bottled On" date but no ABV%
Appearance: It has a very light hazy straw yellow color with some fine yeast sediment in suspension. There is a little visible carbonation as well that helps support it nice foamy white head. The head hangs on well and makes a few cool lace rings near the top of the glass.
Smell: The aroma is light and has a simple clean bready/yeast character.
Taste/Palate: There is a light clean bready/biscuit like malt base with a very light hop bitterness. The finish is snappy and the light body and texture are refreshing.
Notes: There not much to say. It hits its mark as a basic Pale Wheat Ale.
rdb84 (640) - NETHERLANDS - JUL 15, 2015
Slightly murky light yellow, very small head. Aroma: large citrus and lime aroma, mixed with a wheaty Weisen aroma. Taste: watery, mostly. Starts crisp and light with hints of citrus and Weisen. Develops a Pilsener like bitterness. Light body. Aftertaste is wheaty. A bit uninspired. a_cross (639) - Poole, Dorset, ENGLAND - DEC 24, 2012
Cloudy, amber, thick white head; malty aroma like any old pale lager; gentle wheaty, fruity taste; smooth, a little spice, but essentially boring; disappointing for someone whose beer interest was partly rekindled by a particularly fine bottle of their IPA. dj (639) - Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 18, 2017
Bottle, 355ml. A hazy pale orange colour with little to no head. A fresh citrus hop aroma. Flavour is hoppy with a little malt and citrus, faint wheat and herbal notes. High carbonation. Not much going on here, pleasant enough but not enough wheat coming through and far too fizzy. podey (638) - New York, New York, USA - JAN 14, 2013
Goose Island has better offerings. A cloudy pale ale with some spice notes and fruit notes. Fairly smooth.
CpyNPrnT (637) - Indiana, USA - NOV 9, 2015
Aroma of wheat, taste is wheat, crackers, creamy, would go well with a thanksgiving dinner. davidezdonz (632) - Hong Kong, HONG KONG - NOV 8, 2016
A 12 fl oz bottle with a best before date of 26th July 2017, poured into a Spiegelau American wheat beer glass. It poured a hazy golden straw yellow colour with a one finger white head that dissipated quite quickly and left pretty much no lacing. Aromas of sweet malt, grainy, cereal and a touch of lemon. Tastes bready, light sweet apple, corn, grain and lemon. Crisp, light bodied with moderate to high carbonation. Overall, I understand when people say that it’s a refreshing summer beer, but even so, there’s nothing interesting in its aroma or taste. Unfortunately, this one is not for me. RagallachMC (631) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - MAY 1, 2007
12oz bottle. Aroma: Sour wheat, lemon, light malt. Boring. Appearance: Light orange in color and hazy. White head was full and foamy with decent retention. Not much lacing. Flavor: Lightly sour wheat, some light malt and yeast, lemon. Spritzy finish. Palate: Medium-light bodied and a little watery. Medium carbonation. Overall: Dull and boring. Nothing that would make me want to order another. mrjaxson (630) - .08 Junction, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 30, 2015
So where exactly in the 312 might one grow a little urban wheat for this ale? Or am I being too literal? I’m enjoying this in the early spring and thinking how nice it would taste on a hot summer day -- if Wisconsin gets any this year. The aroma and taste are nicely subdued and it all works. ChiGuy68 (626) - Illinois, USA - JAN 19, 2014
Tasted from a 12oz. bottle. It poured a clear golden yellow with good carbonation and a white, bubbly, quickly dissipating head. Moderate aroma and taste of wheat and malt.