denSMSgt (1) - Alabama, USA - JUN 4, 2005 does not count
I’m not a huge wheat fan, but something about Choc really excites me! I will go out of my way to get a six-pack because of it’s great flavour. A cold Choc goes down great on a hot day! jmbranum (3) - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA - AUG 30, 2005 does not count
One of my favorite wheat beers. A bit more spicy than your typical heffeweizen. Very hazy in the glass. Very good served with lemon. darthal68 (15) - - JUN 26, 2012
This is a beer brewed close to home. I like the taste of this beer, To me it has a old world taste which I enjoy NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - SEP 8, 2005
Sweet malty smell that is mildly citrus influenced. Cloudy yellow with a decent white head. Breadywith a big malt profile and some citrus spiciness in the finish. The citrus sweetness becomes more pronounced in the aftertase. I’d have to say this is pretty good. Thanks go to Flacoalto for this one...or was it Beerhandy...damn same day beer deliveries! Cletus (6355) - Connecticut, USA - AUG 24, 2006
Many thanks to beerhandy for this one. Pours a very hazy opaque amber with a thin white ring of bubbles dotting the glass. Smells of fresh citrus, cloves, and some bananas amidst some breaddy yeast. Tastes of sweet citrus, nuts, roasted malt, and fresh bananas. Interesting blend of tastes and aromas. Mouthfeel is tingly and full bodied. Finish is of sweet citrus. Very drinkable and enjoyable. This’d make an excellent summer session ale. I wish it was available locally.
damoller (2) - ITALY - JAN 20, 2005 does not count
An uncomon beer that fits no beer style except Choc beer. Having had many example before Petes I can attest to the accuracy of the beer in this catagory Tavas (9) - Oklahoma, USA - AUG 11, 2005 does not count
Good beer from a great restaurant. Stop by and try them both out if you are ever in the McAlister/Krebs area. Pete’s also brews a Miner’s Light beer. jzzbassman (1631) - Arlington, Texas, USA - OCT 30, 2003
Wow, it's almost as if I got a completely different beer than the rest of the raters. Had it on tap, served very cold, in a pils glass. Light yellow color with an almost lemon scent, small white head. Very carbonated, had a really refreshing taste, although better when it was cold, not that it was bad as it warmed. aracauna (3599) - Georgia, USA - DEC 9, 2004
This is darker than the usual American Wheat, but obviously not a dunkelweizen from the aroma and flavor. The body is a super cloudy clay mud brown (it was cloudy before I swirled up the yeast and dumped it in and downright soupy looking afterward). The khaki-tinged white head is generous and fluffy. The aroma is heavy on wheat with a interesting addition of toasted nuts (walnuts?) Over that there’s a lemony fruitiness and it smells like I’d expect from a tart beer, but there’s no follow-up of tartness or the slightest bit of sourness in the flavor. The flavor is aggressively wheaty with a bit of toasty malt. Very reminiscent of a lightly toasted slice of whole grain bread. The mouthfeel is slightly chalky or dusty but it’s got enough body to keep from being boring. Quite frankly, I’m surprised this one is rated so low, but looking at the other ratings, which are all over the place on such basic details as what color and how cloudy it was, I’m guessing there may not be a lot of consistency from batch to batch. I mean one review calls it a kristweizen because of the clarity and I can’t even get light through my glass it’s so cloudy. DocLock (10683) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 20, 2005
Thanks to beerhandy. Pours turbid dark straw with big white head. Citrusy, firm aroma. Tastes citrusy, wheaty, smooth, very bockish. This one is a wheat on steroids. Very complex and well balanced, with finishing apricots, citrus, and a yeasty estery finish. Super smooth finish. Well done!