rami_pl (5185) - Warszawa, POLAND - SEP 23, 2016
UPDATED: FEB 23, 2017 ami Rami is drinking a Hallo Ich Bin Berliner Weisse Peach by Mikkeller at Mikkeller BarNie do konca mi zagralo to kwasno slodkie polaczenie, choc nadal rzeskie piwo wyszlo. Niezle. Nic ponad to.tom10101 (6340) - Quebec, CANADA - SEP 20, 2016
Ocena potraktowana skryptem do przeliczania ocen (uzgodnienie UT/RB).
Can (473 ml), shared. Almost clear pale yellow with a medium white head leaving good lacing. Aroma is of mostly lactic and yogurt forward with plenty of peaches, lemon and bread dough. Taste is tart and lactic with peaches, lemon, mild herbalness and mild fruit sweetness. Light body. High carbonation. Fluffy mouthfeel. Lactic and fruity finish. Another really good fruited Berliner Weisse from Mikkeller. Super easy drinking. I love that it come in cans. I could see myself drink a lot of this.
allmyvinyl (11398) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 19, 2016
500ml can from the Brewdog Online Shop. Pours hazy yellow gold with a thin white head. Light peach aromas, light lactic sour, wheat. Taste is more of the same. Easy drinking. djd07 (16512) - Houston, Texas, USA - SEP 17, 2016
Can. Pours a hazy gold with medium frothy white head that lasts. The aroma is peach skin, wheat, dough. Thin, tart peach, wheat, crisp, crushable, very good. vyvvy (6991) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - SEP 12, 2016
The beer pours mostly clear very pale yellow with a large white head. The aroma has rich peaches, light sourness, a touch of wheat and is pretty crisp. It has a light crisp body with a mild amount of sharp carbonation. The taste has much more of a citric bite and sour peaches. There is also a peppery / spicy punch to it. Nothing crazy here, but a nice refreshing beer.
ganache (6137) - New Jersey, USA - SEP 12, 2016
Pint can from VE; for a while there I’d convinced myself the peach icons were vampire bats over a crescent moon. Nose solid lactic and lightly milky, sour and a little dirty. Pour very very pale (halfway to clear) yellow with lots of carbonation and a large and creamy-rocky bright white head, lots of lace in layers. But hazy. In the mouth it’s close to puckeringly sour but saved by strong balancing sweetness. The peach is very subtle, probably out-competed by the lemony-citrus tones and bready finish. There’s some muddying in the malt but this one is overall much sharper than the sour cherries version, snappier, including a bit of acetic that dials up the complexity and accompanies and really nice mixed bag of fruitiness (like more-civilized Nerds, Smarties). Full body bigger than it needs to be but still appropriate, and there’s a welcome softness despite the tart. Very refreshing. Well done. [2016.09.12: 3.7] TheAlum (7164) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - SEP 11, 2016
16oz can acquired from The Beer Temple (Chicago, IL). Crushed at the Iowa/Iowa State Tailgate. Pours a hazy dulled golden hue, a touch of fire but more hazy, dulled overall. Impressive carbonation leaves a large creamy whitish head atop. Good lacing and retention overall. Some bready malts, peachy tart and sweet nectar with some decent to middling lactic tanginess. Yogurty, citric, lemony. A bit dry and sour overall, but lacking pop overall. Never sweet, and certainly a solid crusher overall. DialSquare (5220) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - SEP 10, 2016
Draft at Crest in Clintonville: light sour. even peach. gold pour, white head. lemony acidic. nice enough. yogurt. JStax (7453) - Devola/Marietta, Ohio, USA - SEP 5, 2016
Pint can. The beer is a hazy yellow with a big head of white foam. The aroma has notes of fresh cut peaches. At first the beer is only moderately sour, but as I drink, it gets more puckering and the fruit gets a little lost while the doughy aspect of the wheat comes out. Medium body and moderate carbonation. Really enjoyable. wombat23 (2184) - Texas, USA - AUG 31, 2016
Shared 16.9 oz. can. Very pale straw with a fluffy white head. Moderate lacing. Aroma is sharp, almost vinegary with some fruit and light malt. Taste is apple juice, subtle peach, moderately tart, yeast. Light-bodied. Okay.