Viper666 (3289) - Richelieu, Quebec, CANADA - MAR 11, 2013
Dégustée en fût sur place. De couleur ambrée-orange et voilée. Nez fruité sucré ( léger de pêche, notes de melon et d’agrumes), léger de malt du genre caramel doux, léger de blé avec quelques notes de houblon floral. Moyenne-mince en bouche, moyennement pétillante et avec une texture aux notes crémeuses. Goût fruité (agrumes, notes de pêches, d’abricots et de melon) lors de l’entrée en bouche suivi d’un goût de malt (caramel doux, notes de bonbon) et d’un léger goût de blé puis en finale l’On retrouve des petites notes amères de houblon floral. Post-goût moyen, très légèrement amer de houblon floral avec un petit goût de blé et quelques notes fruitées (orange, pêche). (été 2006) ChazyRPh (583) - Chazy, New York, USA - JAN 30, 2007
Orangish pour with medium whitish head. Lots of citrus on the nose, orange and tangering primarily. Smells like Trident Orange MInt gum. Citrus is dominant, with some sweet malt, very little if any hop presence. A session beer for the new drinker. DYCSoccer17 (3705) - Woodland, California, USA - SEP 7, 2006
Pint on tap at the brewpub. Yeasty aroma with some mild astringent sourness present as well. Some light citrus, orange hops are also detected in the nose. Moderate-mostly hazy orangey body with a frothy, off-yellowish head and nice lacing. Sweet, smooth malty start. Cheewy, caramelly middle with plenty of malts present. Light citric orange and spiced, dry hops to finish. A very drinkable beer, which seems to be more of a lightly hopped pale ale than a wheat to me. A great session brew. hopscotch (11175) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - MAY 9, 2006
Draft... Murky, deep amber ale with a small, frothy, off-white head. Fruity, spicy aroma. Fruity flavor with mild sweetness and light bitterness. Notes of citrus, pear, apple and banana. Medium-bodied and creamy with adequate carbonation. Finishes very lightly bitter, spicy and dry. Another thin offering not brewed to style. Mediocre at best even with style not being a consideration. jercraigs (10651) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 1, 2006
Dark amber orange with a small white head. Yeasty tart citrus aroma. Flavour is similarly yeasty, with grainy oddly fruity notes and a hint of cheap orange flavoured candy. Notes of sweet lemon. Average palate. Alternates between quite pleasant and a touch bizarre.
Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - APR 21, 2006
Cloudy orange body with a little head that quickly turns into a ring. Not much aroma… not much taste either. Some wheat, a little bit caramel and a whole lot of water. Could have used some hops. Very watery. I understand the brewpub rent must be expensive at this prime location near the trendy St-Laurent street in Montreal, but do they really have to water-down the beer?!?!? Refreshing that’s for sure, but tasty? Draft at brewpub. Quevillon (3143) - Boisbriand, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 9, 2006
Je l’ai trouver un peu amère, un peu de goût de blé, correctio, trop! Avec un très petit goût de caramel. Passable. collieman (191) - montreal, Quebec, CANADA - NOV 15, 2005
The beer at this pub is a black mack on the great brewpub name of out city. The amber wheat, a favorite among regulars I’m told, is no exception. Pours a cloudy lightly carbonated drab coper, thin white head that forms a tiny island of sludgy foam that floats till the glass is empty. The nose is slightly bubble gum and salt water, but it’s very light. The mouthfeel is milky and overly wet. Taste is dominated by green wheat and bubblegum, some sour milk, and little else. Aftertaste is creamy toffie. All this and they served it to me in a shaker. Feh. CapFlu (5129) - Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA - NOV 6, 2005
(Draught) Half-pint ($4) purchased at the Reservoir Brewpub on November 4, 2005. Pours a thin, white, foamy and quick dissipating head with a cloudy orange body. No nose. Milky, past-due sour cream. Butterscotch finish. God awful... FYI: Reservoir = Montreal’s Black Sheep Brewpub. Poor quality. Poor service. Goldorak (438) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 30, 2005
Opaque and amber, with only a ring of lace circling my glass.
Aroma is quite wheaty, with a witbier yeastiness, but it also had acidic twang that I’m fairly certain was an infection of some kind. I’m pretty sure the brewer here isn’t messing with Brett, at least not purposefully.
Soggy wheaties and bread, with a hint of spice that reminds me of Coup de Grisou, a local buckwheat hefe made by Cheval Blanc. However the infection showed up again in the taste, and was again a little too light. I know this type of Beer isn’t supposed to be too round in the mouth, but this one just had something lacking.