kwoeltje (2233) - Manchester, Missouri, USA - FEB 24, 2012
(bottle) deep brown with tan head. Aroma of yeast, wheat malt. Flavor is yeast, wheat malt, a little bit of clove and banana, a bit of brown sugar. alcaponejunior (438) - Texas, USA - FEB 23, 2012
Very interesting beer. Picked this one up at the Taproom and just popped it open. Brown and cloudy, small head and not a lot of lace. Smell was sweet brown sugar, tons of spiciness, some wheat and that yeasty character you’d expect from a weizen. Taste is quite fruity, dark fruits primarily, spices galore, a great weizen yeast flavor, and a tinge of alcohol. Body is nice, sweet and warming, inviting, with a spicy finish. Overall it’s a really nice beer. I picture this one warming one’s hands at the fire on a cold winter night. Odd that it’s February and about 70 and sunny today, but who cares, this is a nice beer and I was thirsty. vyvvy (6572) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - FEB 16, 2012
Pours deep murky brown with a small head. The aroma has rich wheat, ripe bananas, brown sugar, toffee, clove and bubblegum - this has a very rich aroma to it. Medium / thick body with a minor amount of carbonation. The flavor starts like the aroma traits, but is a little more subdued and it also has some oiliness, anise and molasses. The finish adds some mineral notes and more of the licorice and molasses aspects. Really nice interpretation of the style and comes across as a much ’darker’ version of the style and it works pretty well. wxman (1835) - O’Fallon, Illinois, USA - FEB 12, 2012
Pours a cloudy brown with a robust light tan head that diminishes but continues to coat the surface. Aroma is roasted malt, spices and citrus. Taste is sweet roasted malt, cinnamon, maple syrup and a little pepper. Citrus and alcohol also make their presence known. Another really good Schlafly endeavor. thegreenrooster (4485) - St.louis, Missouri, USA - FEB 11, 2012
Pour is a dark brown with a small tan head. Aroma is nice with a big dark fruityness and some clove. Flavor is sweet to begin with some molasses like sweetness. Then comes some some brown sugar and dark fruit. Deffinatly on the sweeter side with a little alcohol noticable but those are minor complaints. It’s deffinatly tasty and one of those beers you get something different every sip.
MaxPower (961) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - MAY 18, 2002
Dark unfiltered wheat,full bodied sweet fruity aroma, bannana-clove. Same yeast as their Weiss.So is it an ale or a lager. lizziesage (180) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - SEP 13, 2001
An interesting quaff from the Saint Louis Brewery. Being used to the more lighter body wheat beers I found the Schlafly Weizenboch to be a nice diversion. The color was a dark pecan and it produced a slight creamy head. The beer had a certain spark to the taste and an almost caramel flavor was detected. A nice amalgam of styles with mixed results.