weihenweizen (3991) - Charleston Area, West Virginia, USA - MAR 28, 2012
Refrigerated half liter bottle labeled Moosbacher Schwarze Weisse , poured into a weizen glass. Pours translucent medium brown with light brown highlights top and bottom, lots of suspended yeast, with one finger beige head that dissapates. Some fluffy lacing, medium body, light/medium carbonation, and light banana aroma. Taste is toasted/roasted malt, some banana, and a hint of chocolate. Pretty good. wilnatp (713) - Minnesota, USA - FEB 29, 2012
Bottled under the Schwarze Weisse lable. This dark wheat beer pours brown and has hints of citrus on the nose which is dominated by roasted malt, caramel and yeast. Slightly tart/spicy bitter wheat but taste is like a sweat/caramel bread and roasty. Mild and and very drinkable due to thin to medium body. Almost underwhelming taste / aroma but still good.
Grima (2499) - Merzkirchen, RLP, GERMANY - FEB 22, 2012
The beer in the glass is very dark brown with massive foaming. It smells yeasty and roasted-malty, slightly caramelly. Starts roasty-sweet, with caramel and a lot of yeast aroma. The middle part shows roasted-bitter malts, fruity, yeasty and a slightly caramelly. Goes into a yeasty and sourish finish with lots of roasted malts! SpringsLicker (3660) - Tennessee, USA - FEB 17, 2012
Pours clear dark brown with a huge, sticky, off-white head.
Roast malt aroma, maybe some bacon. A bit strange for an aroma.
The flavor is neither sweet nor bitter but it does have a tart tang to it. Which is also a bit strange.
A bit thin.
I won’t be buying any more bottles of this, but I would love to try it fresh over in Germany. DYCSoccer17 (3705) - Woodland, California, USA - JAN 30, 2012
500mL botte purchased at Total Wine and More in Sacramento. Wow, the aroma has a good whiff of phenols at first. Once you can get past this, there is a little tartness, and some mildly roasty chocolate hints. As this warms, I get some green apple acetaldehyde character, and I am scared this may be infected. This opened with a thunderous pop and poured with a massive light tan head. Moderately transparent cola-colored body. Starts with a bunch of green apple acetaldehyde notes and then followed by some metallic characteristics. Light toasted malts in the middle. Thin and watery towards the finish, and just really not enjoyable at all. Extremely flawed beer.
rosenbergh (11660) - Tampere, FINLAND - DEC 16, 2011
500 ml bottle. As Moosbacher Schwarze Weisse. From bierzwerg.de.bierkoning (13451) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - DEC 12, 2011
Cloudy reddish brown colour with average size bubbly off-white head.
Yeast, more malt than wheat, mild sourness and some toffee notes in aroma. Yeast profile is much more Belgian or to be even more specific Dutch style than average German Weizen yeastiness. Quite interesting.
Flavour is some bitterness, mild bready wheat, mild sweetness but also some dryness. There’s not much fruitiness but this is definitely drinkable Dunkelweizen. Much bigger beer than I expected.
Swing top bottle. Caramelly yeasty aroma. Caramelly sweet flavor. rather onedimensional. Sticky mouthfeel. Hermod (8113) - Vantaa, FINLAND - DEC 2, 2011
50cl bottle from Bierzwerg, label says: Schwartze weisse. Poured dark brown with a frothy, beige head. Aroma is sweet banana and yeast. Flavor is similar, too sweet and some odd spiciness that does not fit in really. Drinkable, but not very high on my list of dunkelweizens. SODAK14 (381) - Rapid City, South Dakota, USA - DEC 1, 2011
One of the smoother dark beers I’ve actually enjoyed. This I think I could drink more than a few since the darks seem to fill me up. NIce color and did I mention smooth for a dark beer! 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - NOV 26, 2011
Bottle:   Brown, murky and muddy, large foamy light beige head, sticks around forever leaving spotty
lacing, strong carbonation.   Musty wheaty aroma, slight barnish notes.   Pretty dull on the tongue, wheaty,
toasty. &Nbsp Slightl pear/apple skin.   Falls flat fairly quickly, no real banana or clove.   Spritzy on the
tongue, but not a big wheat type body.   This one is pretty ho-hum, less than average.