Danyel (1609) - Colorado, USA - JUN 21, 2014
Bottle. Pours light yellow with white head. Aroma funky, hay, a tad fruity. Taste medium tart, crisp, funky, lots of carbonation. Very good. McNeillR (2333) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 20, 2014
Clear, clean pale and white. Gummy sweety and buzzing fermentage vibe. Building foamy carbonation aids to this weird Fruit Gum sourness that kicks on. Very clean, delicious and tremendous juice-like mouthfeel. Scrambled citrus finish. BenH (3431) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 20, 2014
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Bottle. Pale yellow with white head. Sharp citrus aroma with some earthy yeast. Taste of citrus lemon and earthy yeast. Quite tart. Nice Stuu666 (15248) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 20, 2014
Bottle at Craig’s. Pours hazy golden, hint of dry toffee nose, taste is funky, sour, light fruit, dry, sweet. cgarvieuk (26387) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 20, 2014
bottle at home .. june 2014 ... golden yellow ... big whiote lacing ... soft dry light funk nose ... tart dry zezty orange fruits ... light fruits ...
revolution2718 (383) - New Jersey, USA - JUN 16, 2014
Pours very light yellow, a bit hazy, huge head. Nose is white grapes, wheat, barnyard, a bit sour, hay, a little lemon, a little sulphur. Taste is wheat, white grape, lemon peel, barnyard/funk a little sour, a lot of lemon on the finish, and also dry at the end. Very alive, bubbly, effervescent. Best example of the style I've had.
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As you open the bottle the foam shoots out here, the beer cannot get into your glass quick enough. The aroma is reminiscent of apples and fresh cut lemons. Pours a tantalizing straw color. Thick head retention, as per the foam that gushes out from the opening. This is a wonderfully balanced berliner weiss with an emphasis on a restrained tartness and refreshing citrus and apple tone. Some banana and sugar on the back end, with a yeasty undercurrent. A superb beer. Syndicate (242) - Idaho, USA - JUN 14, 2014
Got this thanks to Henshawb. Poured a hazy golden with a huge thick head. Slightly overcarbonated but oh well. This bottle leaked slightly during shipping but still fizzed bigtime when i cracked it. Im wondering if the other bottles are overcarbed or this was the redheaded stepchild. Either way its nice. Nose is grassy funk and tons of citrus. That nose plays out nicely in the flavor with a yeasty/saltiness on the backend but just enough pucker in the finish to tie it all in. I really enjoyed this one Pailhead (6543) - Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA - JUN 13, 2014
Courtesy of northernbrewsfidelis83 (2535) - Clinton, Iowa, USA - JUN 3, 2014
Bottle: The aroma consists of moderate sour lemon, light sweaty feet, and faint must. It pours a cloudy dull yellow with a large rocky white head that has great retention. There is a lot of clumpy lacing left on the sides of the glass. The flavor starts with moderate heavy sour citrus and lemon. The finish has some funky/sweaty notes, must, and a touch of metallic notes. It’s light bodied with moderate-lively carbonation. Overall, this is very tasty and crushable. I could do without the metallic notes, but it’s more sour than most Berliners I’ve had, so for the most part the metallic flavor gets covered up.
Nearly clear yellow-gold pour with a huge, pillowy white head that lasts forever and leaves nice sheets of thick lacing. Aroma starts with delicate sour mash tartness, sour floral notes, toasty and floury wheat, lemongrass, a hint of peppery spice, a dry hayfield right after a short rain and some tough to describe fruity notes. Flavor is big on toast, cereal and whole grain wheat flour right away, then comes a flood of delicate, yet fairly intense fruity and acidic floral notes, sort of like rosehips and hibiscus, and some light, untoasted oak notes, toward the finish the acidity grows a bit and the floral and cereal/wheat notes right up to the finish which is mostly clean, but leaves a pleasant floral, tart and mineral aftertaste that remains very inviting. leaving me dying for another sip. Light body, neutral to slightly creamy entry, light, blanketing and sharp carbonation, moderate acidity and crisp, slightly floury finish. A+freaking+mazing. I could drink this stuff all day, at 3%ABV, why not? Surprisingly it remains delicious at any temperature from the fridge right up to room temp, where the flavor opens up and it becomes fairly sweet, though it seems best around 45-50F.