msonnenberg (30) - Denver, Colorado, USA - SEP 24, 2006
Citrus hops, wheat. Yeah, it’s drinkable. I liked this one, but it didn’t merit a 4. murawski (160) - USA - AUG 29, 2005
Nice fruity aroma (citris especially), and a hazy appearance. Nice hoppy flavor with a slightly sweet flavor. To me, tasted very much like Magic Hat’s No. 9.
Pigfoot (2268) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - SEP 27, 2003
Billed as an "American Wheat Ale", I expected this to be similar to my favorite among that newly-minted category, Bell's Oberon. And I was not disappointed in the least. Solid orange color, underneath a thin white head. Nose is large on fruit, orange in particular, and overwhelmingly pleasant and refreshing. Small spiciness, but just enough. Full-bodied, with a generous texture, well-rounded in all it's parts, and very comfortable on the palate. Happily slurped down every chance I could find, this is another in a long line of excellent acheivments from Town Hall. beermatrix (1497) - Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA - AUG 24, 2003
Color is a solid cloud of opaque yellow, nice crunchy off-white head thats tall and substantially thick, barely fades, but as it finally does settle it stays at about a eighth of an inch the entire glass with tons of thin wirey globs of lace that lay all the way down the glass as well. Quite a nice sight to behold. Smell is a wickedly super nice solid roasted toasty wheat grain with subdued sweetness, my oh my its nice! The toasty sense fades some as it warms and gains a bit more of a light citrusy sweetness. Taste is mellow wheat, quite toasty and freshly sweet like that of bagel sour dough up front and gains more of a citrusy finish thats very dulled and fainting easy dryness of grains and soft malts that lingers. Super fresh and clean, mellow medium body with a nice little texture from the wheat that gives it a real nice quality and makes for some super easy drinkin'! By far the best Wheat Ale I've had, refreshingly mellow, solid playful texture, and just plain Ol' good!
I'm Amazed & Amused of this Hazed & Confused. BitterPoet (57) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - AUG 22, 2003
Released Aug. 21, 2003.
The perfect marriage of a traditional Weissbier and a clean, snappy APA. The Mt. Hood hops really come through nicely in the nose. Hints of clove-rubbed banana peel hit the tongue, only to recede and let something younger, more nubile take charge. The two tastes join on the way down, leaving fans of both styles grateful Town Hall's assistant brewer came up with this great recipe. This is the quintessential summer beer! Town Hall does it again!