Brewed by Inderøy Gårdsbryggeri
Style: German Hefeweizen
Inderøy, Norway
Serve in Weizen


on tap


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RATINGS: 43   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.58/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
Kvitweiss er inspirert av øltypen Weissbier. Ølet er lyst, har en karakteristisk myk hvetesmak og passer godt alene eller til enkle måltider.

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Inbreak (6721) - Loddefjord, NORWAY - DEC 31, 2013
UPDATED: FEB 22, 2014 31.12.2013, 0,5l bottle @ home:
Small slightly bubbly mediumlasting head. Aroma is slightly neutral, flowers, light malts, yeast, sugar, hay, hints of raspberries. Taste is harsh soapy, hay, green soap, wheat, sugar, grass, flowers, hints of chlorine. Short harsh bitterness. Absolutely nothing hefeweizen about this one. Drainpour!

bergstaden (3332) - Røros, NORWAY - AUG 23, 2013
Hazy golden with a white head - Nice sweet malt aroma with some wheat as well - Malt body and wheat a little bit thin in the body - short wheat finish - this was ok

Skinnyviking (9767) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JUN 11, 2013
Bottle at the courtesy of Rune. High creamy and long lasting white head. Light cloudy, light yellow body. Dusty hay sweet apple pear aroma. Sweet banana apple flavor with a touch of lemon. Low carbonation. Long sweet finish.

Beer5000 (6825) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - MAY 6, 2013
500 ml bottle sampled in 2009. Hazy orange golden body with a big, foamy white head, high carbonation. Aroma is refreshing floral with some fruit and very little banana. Flavor is light malty, fruity, floral spicy and quite sweet. Doesn’t taste like a hefe weissbier at all.

tfredvik (2081) - Oslo, NORWAY - APR 4, 2013
Spring is finally here, it’s time to pop this year’s first hefeweizen! It pours a cloudy medium yellow body with a faint orange tint. Some enormous lumps of rather disgusting looking dark brown goo slowly descend to the bottom of the glass, while the large, white head is already shrinking disappointingly fast. A good amount of lacing sticks to the glass. The aroma is moderate and has notes of general fruitiness and pale malts, without much banana, while the typical aromas for the style are quite vague. There are some light but pleasant yeasty notes, some spices and citrus, but these elements should be so much stronger. Still, nothing very wrong with the aroma, just too faint and boring for the style. The taste is moderate to light sweet, I find this sweeter than most hefeweizens. The body is also fuller than the typical beer of this style, so I guess the increased sweetness is caused by residual sugars. There is a very light acidity in the finish, also hints of bitterness. The flavours are quite faint, with only traces of pale malts, caramel, yeast, spices and fruits. No off-flavours, though. The carbonation is too soft, and the texture is unusually oily. A bit boring, a bit too sweet, too faint aroma and flavour and not very true to the style, but it’s still drinkable. And the name is fantastic!
[50 cl bottle, enjoyed 16 months before BB date, from Meny Oslo City, Oslo]

Cunningham (8529) - Halden, NORWAY - FEB 4, 2013

Appearance: Cloudy golden color with a big white head. Ok lacing.
Aroma: Slightly sweet wheat. light banana and a bit sour.
Palate: Medium body. Slightly sweet and a low bitterness. Rich carbonation.
Taste: Mild wheat, some yeast, light banana and some citric and sour notes.
Overall impression: Unfortunately a bit sour. Did not fancy this one to much.
Personal stats: Bottle from Varnaveien Mineralvann in Moss, Norway.

Albertsen (76) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JAN 11, 2013
hazy with white foam, dark color. medium sweetness, salty, with a tender and mild banana flavor. fizzy and bitter. the flavor stops too early though. Kind of ruins it a little.. shame

Arve_Christian (5225) - Oslo, NORWAY - NOV 14, 2012
On bottle from Meny Oslo City. Golden slightly hazy, ok foam. Fruity and floral aromas- medium intensity. Medium/light body and complexity. Well balanced and enjoyable

ClubGonzo (5683) - Bergen, NORWAY - MAR 15, 2011
Bottle from Vaaland Spesialbutikken, Bryne. Slightly hazy yellow body, big white head. So far, I buy into the hefeweizen sale of this beer, but already in the aroma serious doubts arise: only a few vague citric and floral hints surface, and with the taste it’s even worse: citrus, wheat and hints of spices. I can swear I get coriander in there, although nothing of the sort is listed on the bottle. Way more into the "wit" category than a German hefe, and in any case this is not too exciting anyway. Kinda watery palate. This is, all in all, a pretty wishy-washy beer that fails to deliver the "weiss"bier as promised on the bottle. And, as I hate feeling cheated by a beer, my rating will reflect this. Fake ass style bitaz get no props, farm brewery or not. :-P

thebeertourist (5188) - Oslo, NORWAY - AUG 1, 2010
Bottle from Fenakroken. Cloudy golden with a dense white head. Hints of wet cardboard and oranges as well as the expected banana aroma. Acidic notes behind heavily spiced flavours. Probably infected and should not have left the brewery.

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