mrjaxson (618) - .08 Junction, Wisconsin, USA - OCT 11, 2014
Described elsewhere as a witbier, Gozilla is far more a pale wheat than a dark and yeasty dubbel. Green tea is at the heart of this monster, though it also relies on chamomile. It’s worth noting that chamomile is said to calm anxiety, which Godzilla certainly does (though it might be the high but nicely subtle alcohol content that’s really at work). Enjoyed on tap just down the street from the Milwaukee Ale House at John Hawks Pub. theisti (4205) - Kansas, USA - JUL 25, 2014
Shaker pint draft at John Hawkes Pub in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The pour is slight haze yellow golden with not much of a white head. The aroma is faint, there is a bit of spice, a bit of grain and a general tea aroma. The taste picks up considerably on the green tea - certainly the dominant flavor. In addition to the tea, there is also the grain and general spice from the nose. The palate is light bodied, soft carbonation and a dry green tea finish. Fun at first, though a full pint of this was too much. Very surprised this is listed as an Abbey Dubbel. deyholla (12276) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - MAR 12, 2012
On tap at Milwaukee Brewing Co. Pours a cloudy bright hazy yellow with a white head that dissipates slowly to the edges. Aroma is full of light fruit and citrus with backing sweet wheat, spices and light alcohol. Flavor has a good amount of potpourri with citrus and light fruit with some alcohol underlying. nuplastikk (6453) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 7, 2012
First of all this is more of an Imperial Wit than a Dubbel. Draft at Dexters. Pours a filtered golden-tan with a thin, creamy white head. Belgian yeast, rich creamy malt tones, displays some rugged ABV. Soapy bitterness, very dry. Fruity undertones. A little too sweet for me, sort of brutal. Still a quality effort, decent beer. XxNaNdOxx (1) - Saukville, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 25, 2011 does not count
Delectable beer. I’m not sure what these other beer drinkers were ingesting before this beer but it is... yummy. Yes, it has a high alcohol content; and you would expect a taste from this, but you cannot hide the artistic flurry of aromatic genius unleashed in every sip of this godly beverage. I would welcome mt city to be trampled by THIS Godzilla. Trample on Milwaukee Ale House!
Sammy (12762) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 8, 2011
On tap at The Bomb Shelter. Marketed as an imperial wit. Cloudy yellow cour with retained whitehead of one quarter inch. An American style sour wheat, as opposed for a more Complex easier drinking Belgian wit. Neutral aroma. Not so drinkable, and big booziness to boot. Tmoney99 (14975) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - AUG 27, 2011
GTMW 2011. Poured a hazy golden color with an average frothy off-white head that mostly lasted with good lacing. Moderate spice and fruity aroma. Medium body with a slick texture and soft carbonation. Medium fruity sweet flavor with a medium fruity sweet finish of moderate duration. Strange beer. crossovert (13909) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - AUG 21, 2011
The taste is very odd, almost reminiscent of sweet, fruity vomit. Not sure which spice is the culprit.