Erzengel (8622) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - FEB 8, 2014
Many thanks to StefanSD for this great beer! Ibrew2or3 (8607) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - OCT 1, 2011
Rated as "White Chocolate Ale", 22 fl.oz. (651ml), BB 04.09.2014
The beer is orange-golden in the glass, great nose of chocolate and toffee / nougat. The beer starts as the nose promises, but not so sweet. Great aroma of chocolate and nougat together with a smooth, not too sweet and not too bitter wheat beer. The aftertaste is smooth, great combination of nougat and chocolate together with wheat ale hints and a moderate bitterness.
Very great brew! I like this combination. --> 12/12/11/12
Poured up on tap at Taste of Tops with with clear gold body and tiny white head. The bold aroma offers up saltine cracker, crusty caramel and chocolate. The taste is overly sweet and I’m damn glad I only have invested in a 6oz pour as opposed to a whole bottle. I get sugary malt sweetness some chocolate and sugary sweet cream soda. Hmmm? BMan1113VR (7931) - Los Angeles, California, USA - JUN 19, 2010
Bottle thanks to jkwalking05. Pours with a large white head over a hazed golden body. Aroma of milk chocolate, vanilla bean and cocoa. Taste is cream soda, lots of vanilla bean and some cola notes. Lively bubbles. Interesting! AndySnow (7557) - Huddinge, SWEDEN - MAR 25, 2014
How: Bottle.Radek Kliber (7320) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - JUN 6, 2013
Where: Tasting at Colin and the Vikings, Göteborg. Courtesy of _angst_
Appearance: Light yellow colour with a large white head.
Aroma: Not much and certainly not any kind of chocolate. Malt I guess, perhaps some fruit or vegetable.
Body: Light body, medium carbonation.
Flavour: Sure isn’t chocolate, neither dark nor white. Sour.
Bottle 650 ml
Iphonephan (6951) - Jackson Hole/McLean, Virginia, USA - JUL 16, 2013
Aroma strong. Cellar approach hint of wood. Fairly clean.
Top: large white cap.
Base: slight haze on gold.
Palate : medium bodied , fairly drinkable with medium finish. Tad thinner on sides. Light carbonation.
Taste: leafy , nutty woody bit pungent. Different.
From a 22 oz bottle shared in Tucson AZ. Pours a clear a hazy gold with an off white head. Aroma of white chocolate bark. Creamy hazlenut flavor with some biscuit notes Quite pleasant. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - SEP 11, 2013
Bottle:   Pale straw, lively carbonation, large sudsy white head, spotty lacing.   Mealy nose, faint hazelnut.   Very airy on the tongue.   Minor mocha latte with hazelnuts.   BURP!   Seems overcarbonated.   White Chocolate?   Moderate body and mouthfeel.   All the sweetness seems artificial.   Seems like a watered down froo froo coffee, with hazelnuts.   Tastes better than it smells.   Also seems like it could be really poor white chocolate that has been uncovered in the cupboard for a few years.   Sort of a stale white chocolate background. Meh...ekstedt (6708) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 24, 2014
Bottle (bomber), courtesy of _angst_. CLear golden,, medium white head. Grainy, earthy, vegetative. Light to medium bodied, medium carbonation. Dry with low to medium bittermess. kramer (6682) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 16, 2008
1 L bottle, via FlacoAlto. Poured a slightly hazy gold body with a small fizzy white head. The nose is really quite uncanny in it’s similarity to a real bar of white chocolate. There’s a bit of yeastiness and a pale maltiness. The flavor up front is more like a Golden Ale than anything, slight maltiness and a light hoppiness. The late finish really brings out the chocolate flavor though. The quality of the chocolate was similar to those Dove candy bars, where there’s that little bit of extra milky creaminess. Light bodied with light fizzy carbonation. Overall, a pretty interesting experiment if nothing else! Braudog (6675) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - OCT 10, 2015
Bottle. Wow. This would throw a lot of people for a loop in a blind taster. Golden and hazy, with the visuals of a witbier, the chocolate syrup flavor profile comes off completely unexpectedly if it weren’t for the name and deScription. Tastes like a s’more. (#6044, 10/10/2015)