Trouble Brewing Fuzzy Logic

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Brewed by Trouble Brewing
Style: Wheat Ale
Kill, Co. Kildare, Ireland
Serve in Shaker, Weizen

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RATINGS: 13   MEAN: 3.12/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.08/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
keg, Autumn special
Commissioned by the Bull & Castle for their "Irishtoberfest"

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2.6
blackandwhite (13) - Dublin 2, IRELAND - MAY 13, 2016
On draught, thought this was a bit overcarbonated, aroma was not the fresh spicy aroma I would have expected. Easy drinking but nothing to get too excited about.

2.8
anders37 (26987) - Malmö, SWEDEN - OCT 21, 2015
Bottle. Pours a golden color with a small white head. Has a fruity wheat malty spicy aroma. Fruity wheat malty spicy flavor. Has a fruity wheat malty spicy finish.

3.2
Carlowxxx (140) - Carlow, IRELAND - MAY 29, 2015
UPDATED: AUG 29, 2015 pours a cloudy, murky gold with rocky Grainy and bready flavour with a clean finish, not too sweet no hops. It pours a slightly hazy light golden colour with a medium white head. Aroma is lightly yeasty, bread dough, toasted bread, grass and citrus. Taste is lightly sweet with notes of wheat, cereals, bread dough, citrus. Finishes lightly wheaty. Light bodied with lively carbonation. I quite enjoyed this beer citrusy. pretty drinkable and refreshing on the palette. Short, dry finish with a touch of fruit yeast. Draught. Aroma is banana wheat. Flavour is bubblegum and candy, like a German Hefe. This nice beer of 4.7 % beer it has lightly aroma and refreshing taste over all its ok just I was disappoint but try it must buy

3.5
beerfest5 (1207) - Cloneen, IRELAND - FEB 26, 2015
Backlog rating from 27/10/14. On draught at ATG. First beer around noon, didn’t want anything too strong, pours a cloudy, murky gold with rocky white head, nice bubblegum and slight ripe fruit aroma. Grainy and bready flavour with a clean finish, not too sweet. Nice.

3.2
teorn88 (8066) - Rimini, ITALY - FEB 17, 2015
Keg at Bulls and Castle, Dublin. It pours a slightly hazy light golden color with a medium white head. Aroma is lightly yeasty, bread dough, toasted bread, grass and citrus. Taste is lightly grainy and sweet with notes of wheat, cereals, bread dough, citrus. Finishes lightly wheaty and quite dry. Light bodied with lively carbonation. Overall, ok wheat beer

3.3
thelynchfella (204) - Dublin, IRELAND - JAN 23, 2015
Poured cloudy orange with very little head. Aroma is banana, and citrus. Flavour is banana, and lemon, quite malty getting no hops. I quite enjoyed this beer, one for the summer i think.

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Padchenko (382) - Dublin, IRELAND - JAN 5, 2015
500ml bottle, 4.7%. Cloudy yellowish with limited head. Medium carbonation, citrusy and light for a wheat beer. Nothing special

2.8
stravale (3135) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - SEP 21, 2014
Bottle from Drinkstore, Dublin [210914]
Orange amber, hazy. frothy fluffy white head that dissipates
Aroma of light fruits, soft spicy, slight clove, soft cereal, light nose
Taste of soft sweet malts, wheat, light clove, soft fruits, rather lacklustre flavour
Palate - medium carb and body, smooth, sweet palate. Finish as main flavour, sweet, light cereal linger
Overall - Soft easy going wheat beer, tad too sweet, flavour too mellow

3.4
Beersiveknown (5300) - NORTHERN IRELAND - JUL 1, 2014
keg a the norseman [email protected]
Slight diacetyl on the nose, full bodiied, weisse yeast characteristics, dry hoppy finish.

2.9
elbernays (1674) - Dublin, IRELAND - MAY 5, 2014
Pours cloudy yellow. Aroma is bread, yeast, clove. Sweet bread flavour with spice. Light body which let’s it down for a wheat beer.


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