AdamSkillin (376) - High Bridge, New Jersey, USA - JAN 11, 2006
I think they should rename this beer Weyerbacher Hefedishwater. Unlike most of their beers, a pretty poor effort. austinpowers (2831) - San Francisco, California, USA - JAN 4, 2006
Flawed. Overly sour, almost lambic-like. I’m not the only one who’s tasted this sourness, and it’s not a good thing. Weyerbacher is a great brewery, and I’m sure they can fix this problem. robertsreality (2460) - Minnesota, USA - DEC 15, 2005
Amber Coloring with White Ring. Citrus Aroma. Sweet Malt, Pretty Sugary Tasting...Bit Grainy in the End. Another Session-y Brew... badgerben (5387) - Blaine, Minnesota, USA - NOV 30, 2005
Dark copper color with no head. Aroma of slightly sour cherry, almost like it was going to be a lambic. The taste is certainly wheat based, but a very watery body detracts from the flavor that is there. Jine (903) - Nutley, New Jersey, USA - NOV 10, 2005
22 oz. 11.9.05. So I guess Weyerbacher can make mediocre beers as well as decent/great ones. Pretty weak Hefe by any standards. Not on my list of drinkable wheats.
JFGrind (2080) - Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 10, 2005
22 ounce bomber - Weyebacher produces a average Hefeweizen. Citrus, and sour yeast aroma, golden body, and thin head. This Hefe is made for quick comsumption unlike other Weyerbacher brews that are brewed to slowly enjoy and savor. Probiere (992) - Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 30, 2005
Can’t get excited over this. Couldn’t finish it, in fact. A super chunky yeast chalk fest with small notes of banana and clove, no bubblegum, and I have to wonder where the freshness went, b/c I definitely thought this tasted somewhat stale a touch sour even, despite being drunk the same summer as its release. So...yeah. Not so much. Firemoose15 (567) - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 28, 2005
Out of a bottle. Aroma primarily of wheat. Poured a hazed off orange color with a foamed white head. Flavor, my first sip really bothered me, it was wheaty and lemony but sour. Didn’t get much banana but it did seem to soften a bit and wasn’t as sour. Palate was good though, finish was relatively clean. Overall this one wasn’t their best. DarkElf (3067) - La Jolla, California, USA - SEP 14, 2005
(22 oz bottle: Obtained in trade with hopdog, thanks Steve!) The nose worries me a bit. It’s mostly stinky cheese funk, with some light banana and a mild sourness. I like the smell of (most) stinky cheese, but not in my hefeweizen! The flavor is a bit better, thankfully. I can taste moderate wheat and sweet banana flavors initially, but also a good amount of funk and lemony sourness in the finish. It’s not an unpleasant sourness, and it definitely works against the sweetness to keep the palate somewhat fresh, but it’s just a touch too lemony for my tastes. But the funk in the nose and flavor are simply not desired, so I think this is a significant negative. This is too bad because the banana is not overdone, and could have resulted in a more restrained hefeweizen, more like what I’ve sampled with the better German imports. Medium bodied to start, but it thins a bit toward the finish, and between the ample carbonation and the sourness in the finish, it’s not fatiguing my palate. The body is bright orange in color and fully cloudy. A small and bubbly off-white head quickly crackles to a small ring. Drop the funk and reduce the lemony sourness, and I’d like this a whole lot more. MAP (1133) - Lakewood, Ohio, USA - SEP 9, 2005
22oz bottle. This has a nice yellow orange haze with a thin cream head on top. Body is somewhat clowdy. Orange pepper malt aroma. Flavor is pretty smooth and enjoyable. There is an ending orange flavor that really makes this one go down easy as pie. Another fine offering from Weyerbacher.