alexanderj (3605) - Branson, Missouri, USA - MAR 28, 2015
Can; poured a dark cola brown with a light brown head. Aroma of wheat, must, cola and caramel. Roasty and toasty flavor; wheaty with caramel and ashy notes. Quite dry BOSSbrewer (2705) - Arkansas, USA - FEB 8, 2015
Can at home. Pours dark brown to black with one finger of head. Aroma is roast malt and not much else. Little wheat in the flavor. Mostly just very roasty and somewhat thin bodied. Decent beer.
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Fairly run of the mill beer but certainly drinkable & decent for the style. Not quite as watery as most wheats & the deep dark pour is kind of cool. Ok - I wouldn’t go seek this out again though! GreatDane1632 (1169) - North Dakota, USA - DEC 7, 2014
Can poured into a pint glass -- Pours a deep dark brown with active fizzies and very little white head. Smells like dark malt, hint of roast. First flavors are roasty and bland, as it sits and warms it opens up very nicely. Light malt sweetness that melds with the darker malts nicely. Recommend serving above fridge temps. weihenweizen (3885) - Charleston Area, West Virginia, USA - NOV 24, 2014
Refrigerated can, from queenholly, poured into a weizen glass. Dark brown with big light brown head. Aroma is banana, medium body, medium/light carbonation, creamy texture, and little lacing. Taste is dark malt, chocolate, coffee, hints of banana. If I drank this blindly I would guess coffee stout, but has subtle dunkelweizen characteristics. Thanks for another state tick queenholly.
cards04 (2822) - Steinbach, Manitoba, CANADA - MAY 24, 2014
Pours a thin black. Nice aromas of wheat, banana, and coffee. Flavors are a let down. Some sweet grains and coffee flavors.. But a thin watery finish. MetalNHopHead (2014) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - APR 24, 2014
UPDATED: AUG 14, 2015 Cornstalker is a very unusual dark wheat ale. Though the brewery feels comfortable with calling it a dunkel weizen, I’m not sure that title really fits. With its dark brown body and cocoa aroma, Cornstalker has a lot more in common with a porter than a wheat ale. That is, of course, until you get to the taste. Yes, there are some cocoa/coffee notes in the flavor, but you’ll be more likely to pick up on the sweet malts and light body. While Cornstalker isn’t a pure stylistic example of, well, anything, it does offer a lot of malty goodness in a surprisingly dark body. This dark wheat beer isn’t what you expect. Luckily, that’s mostly a good thing. csaso (2284) - Missouri, USA - APR 9, 2014
Can - small foamy head, almost black color, roasty aroma (mild) and flavor (fair to strong), mild hops - a little roastier than expected but not bad
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On tap at the brewery. Dark brown with a thin white head. Aroma of roasted malts, coffee, bitter chocolate and dark fruits. Similar flavor, with light bready malts and a somewhat ashy finish. Average body. Solid beer, one of their better offerings. vikingguy (1106) - Carver, Minnesota, USA - FEB 15, 2014
Near black. Taste - wheaty with roasted malts. Hint of vanilla. Mild hops.
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