Brewed by McAuslan Brewing (Brasseurs RJ)
Style: Fruit Beer
Montreal, Canada
Serve in Flute, Shaker


on tap

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RATINGS: 557   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.06/5   IBU: 15   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
Natural apricot flavour is married to barley and wheat malts to give St-Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale its uniquely delicious, subtly sweet taste. A natural, delightfully refreshing choice for adventurous palates that appreciate a light ale with a playful twist.

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agl108 (1305) - Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 28, 2008
11.5 oz. bottle at Flat Rock Saloon. Poured clear, light copper with thin bone white head. Minimal lacing. Big, fruity nose. Flavor very sweet consisting of apricot and peaches. Different than other apricot beers I’ve tried...apricot flavor is a bit too artificial. Not bad overall, would be best on a hot, sunny day.

Beerdedone (3452) - Croydon, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 23, 2008
Bottle. Pours a honey/light amber color with a small white head. Sweet apricot aroma with notes of peaches. Flavor is apricot sweetness, wheat, grain, and notes of peaches with a bit of hop bitterness. Agood crisp beer.

cheap (6074) - Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 23, 2008
Hahah, I thought this was from the old country of Europe! So that’s why it has a twist off cap, its form candahdah. Rather fruity and sweet on the olfactory. Tatse is apricot for the most part but it is not overly sweet. just plain good beer with apricot character. Possibly a little above average for the cornucopia of fruit beers. Clear ubiquitous pale yellow appearance and a finish that is lacking in ale bitterness. it does have enough of a an ale finsih to let you know its beer. Mild linger.

AaronBouchard (150) - Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CANADA - MAR 22, 2008
Pours pretty clear for a wheat ale. Smells like Tim Hortons peach juice , the head is quick to disipate. Tastes like Tim Hortons peach juice. Intresting...

thoreaubred (42) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAR 22, 2008
St. Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale - This was pretty good for a fruit beer... Not great, but not bad... A little watery...

ApisAles (1575) - Greenbelt, Maryland, USA - FEB 27, 2008
Great apricot aroma. Good copper color with lots of carbonation, but not much head. Really good for a fruit beer. Not overly sweet, but the fruit makes itself known. Good crisp beer. Not picking up much wheat though.

heemer77 (5360) - Urbandale, Iowa, USA - FEB 20, 2008
Bottle form John’s in Iowa City. A white head topped the bright gold colored body. The aroma was obvious apricots with some lemon poppy seed muffins. The taste was bananas with some clove and lemon bread. I also got a hint of coconut. Pretty good as far as fruit wheat beers go. Too bad I don’t care for apricots.

User37895 (3085) - - FEB 16, 2008
Bottle from SL, pour was clear light amber, lots of carbonation on display, but not a very big head. Aroma was shockingly apricots, only light wheaty notes. The flavor followed the aroma, finishing with a bit too much sweetness, not balanced out quite dry enough by the wheat or carbonation. A decent drinker, but more of a finale treat than a summer thirst quenching light fruit wheat beer.

RCL (2032) - Waltham, Massachusetts, USA - FEB 14, 2008
Great, pure apricot aroma. Rich grainy palate and flavor. Pretty good, overall.

onomatopee (34) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 13, 2008
La bière possède une belle couleur dorée et on y dénote de délicieux arômes d’abricot et de blé. Légère en bouche, elle est très appréciable pour celui ou celle qui recherche quelque chose de plus sucré, plus doux. Bouteille au logo sympathique et invitant.

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