brownalegirl (199) - Fountain, Michigan, USA - JUL 25, 2003RAYBOY01 (2011) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - AUG 7, 2008
Not good. It's very slimy and bitter without the pleasant tang that I like in my wheats. At least its not all estered to heck, though.
Clear golden pour with fluffy white head that releases a grassy wheat note and some light citrusy notes. Light flavors of cut grass and a touch of lemon...a beer so light and insubstantial, it’s hard to put your finger on any one distinct characteristic...it doesn’t have any. Tmoney99 (14365) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - APR 3, 2007
Draft at brewpub. Clear yellow color with an average fizzy white head that mostly lasted with fair lacing. Light wheat aroma. Light to medium body with a dry texture and soft carbonation. Light sweet flavor with a light sweet finish of short duration. Soft starter brew. Muckrakerr (33) - Muskegon, Michigan, USA - MAR 29, 2005
On tap at Old Boyís. The first beer I tried at OBís. Tart, tangy, yeasty... cloudy. I liked it enough to have two. Silphium (3199) - Traverse City, Michigan, USA - NOV 3, 2004
On tap at OB. One of the weaker wheat beers Iíve tried; in fact, it seems likely that wheat doesnít make up a substantial or even typical portion of the grain bill. The cloudy yellow-orange body is classic wheat beer, yet the flavor was somewhat odd. Fruity and round-bodied with an initially clean yeast flavor, but there was a strange butterscotchy (not really butterscotch, but thatís the best I can come up with) twang in the aftertaste. Not very good. badnewsbeers (2312) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - NOV 3, 2004
cloudy amber yellow appearance; hard to pick up aroma; maybe similar to a typical light beer. had sort of a hoppy taste to it actually (some lemon and grapefruit)...somewhat similar to a pale ale; nothing special at all
hennes (934) - Fountain, Michigan, USA - JUL 25, 2003
Like the other "lighter" brew here, this one has a good deal of body. It also has a fresh, rather forceful hoppiness the obscures it's wheat characteristics, aiming it toward APA land. I admire that edginess, at least.