overall
45
68
style
Brewed by Pressure Drop
Style: Wheat Ale
Tottenham Hale, England
Serve in Shaker, Weizen

bottling
unknown

on tap
available

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RATINGS: 103   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.14/5   EST. CALORIES: 114   ABV: 3.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle conditioned; Regular Foraged Herb Hefeweisse. A pale and hazy wheat beer with pronounced herbal notes, this beer has hints of clove, citrus, and banana. Conceived as a perfect match to classic roast chicken, Wu Gang will also go nicely with spicy food. Low in alcohol but with plenty of flavour, this one is a perfect thirst-quencher on a summer’s day.

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Cokemonkey11 (1050) - - OCT 1, 2017
Bottle from weatherspoons. Pours flat weizen. Stinky and slimy but definitely drinkable. Fine overall.

3
Mjp12 (1971) - York, North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - SEP 30, 2017
A light hefeweizen , bright grassy hops, light banana and clove aroma. Clove and citrus on the tongue, but low abv gives a very thin mouthfeel

2.4
nimbleprop (8723) - SouthWest, Washington, Washington DC, USA - SEP 29, 2017
Tap at Euston, pours a hazy gold with some ringing, white head. Big perfumey nose, lots of perfume, honey, flowers. Flavor is all the same, herbs, honey, floral, bubblegum. Honestly, florals like a gin. Not my bag,

3.3
hohops (1068) - Kent, ENGLAND - SEP 25, 2017
Appearance is light golden/straw, a 2-finger pure white head. Aroma- cereal, wheat, floral hints, yeast, citrus fruit, lemon meringue. Taste- lemon, coriander, spices, wheaty malt, delicate floral hints. Smooth and slightly fluffy mouthfeel.

3.5
themightyjag (607) - - SEP 22, 2017
330ml bottle from Brewdog shop. Thin white head, little lacing. Hazy pale golden body. Yeasty nose, a little banana. Flavour is banana, yeast and a little herb, light citrus on the finish. Gentle carbonation, soft mouthfeel. Good low abv beer, light and refreshing.

3.6
simontomlinson (559) - Blackburn, Lancashire, ENGLAND - SEP 17, 2017
Tight white head stayed on a hazy lemon coloured body. Tea, citrus, outdoor fresh & herb aroma. Medium bodied, sticky, ow carbonation. Packed with flavours, tea, herbs, yeast, lemon & a slightly spicy,peppery finish.

3.2
Sebilinz (2555) - Linz, AUSTRIA - SEP 15, 2017
Bottle. Hazy golden body with white head. Aroma is fruity herbal citrus with some flowers in the background. Taste is malty grainy fruity herbal. Aftertaste is malty grainy with hints of bitterness.

3
jjsint (3436) - Leicester, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - JUN 20, 2017
Bottle from Bacchanalia, drunk at home. Cream-yellow, cloudy with quite a lot of visible carbonation. Odd little aroma: lemon/lime, a touch of coriander, a touch of posset. Taste jars at first but I get quite used to it quickly: sweetly spiced with a sour note that increases slightly to the short finish. Grainy and lightly astringent aftertaste. Not too sold on this one, although it is refreshing.

3.2
lokis333 (563) - Biržai, LITHUANIA - JUN 8, 2017
Very lightly cloudy golden color with quickly fizzing out white foam. Aromas of citrus, herbs and like... Something I have had before but do not remember what it is, a berry perhaps that is lightly tart? A little bit like seabuckthorn mixed with some sappy pine needles? Whatever it is it is, interesting and I like it! Palate, light body, thin texture leaving somewhat dry finish? Taste, dry bitter of herbs, pine resin, and mint leaves as well as some lemon zest? Overall, rather interesting and unusual beer, having a nice herbal touch to it, rather confusing to pinpoint what I taste, but also very light and fresh almost like a pale lager, I don’t even know, don’t ask me, try it yourself it is interesting! Oh perhaps notes of juniper too?


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