60% malt, 40% wheat. Bottle. Blonde, cloudy, lasting creamy head. Cheezy aroma with traubenzucker and hints of brett. Flowery and earthy hops, a light upcoming sourness, fresh cheese and brett in the flavor. Citric, flowery aftertaste. Excellent!
Witbier made with the same ingredients as lambic - not as weird as it may seem, seen the historical link between the two styles. Hazy peach blonde beer with medium cream white head; wheatiness in the nose, bready, peachy esters. Soft, mellow taste, gentle wheaty sourishness, yeasty with a light spiciness, subtle herbal hop bitterishness in the finish. Simple, yet balanced, quite refined and very quenching. A side by side tasting with its organic version would prove interesting.
Das Bier ist überaus mild und wird im Antrunk sowie Mittelteil von einem bananigen Aroma beherrscht. Auch im Abgang nimmt dieses Aroma wieder den Hauptteil ein. Eigentlich schmeckt es von Anfang bis Ende gleich ohne Aromenwechsel. An einem heißen Sommertag genau das Richtige, ansonsten Durchschnitt. Test vom 31.5.2006, Gebinde: Glasflasche Noten: 9,10,13,11,11,11
Bottle 33cl.Unclear medium yellow color with a large, frothy, good lancing, fully lasting, white head. Aroma is moderate malty, wheat, citrus notes, moderate to heavy yeasty, rubber gum. Flavor is moderate sweet with a average to long duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. (230508)
Bottled. Golden colour with huge creamy slightly off-white head. Aroma is caramel, fudge, some citrus fruit and mild spices. Also some notes of wheat and yeast are there. Flavour is citrus, wheat, some spices and toffee/fudge. Different witbier, and I quite like this one.
Bottle: Golden with a medium white head. The aroma is light citrus fruit also contained hints of spice and wheat. Taste is nice with a citrus white beer taste to include that wheat finish. Just enough carbonation to keep the taste bud lively.
Bottle, thanks secret Nat
Hazy yello, bubbly, foamy white head. Oranges, minerals and clove in the aroma. Yeasty minerally, a hint oranges, light, slightly papery body, some citric tartness - fizzles out on a clove note.
Bottle. A very spicy (cloves/pepper) aroma with moderate banana/peach as well. Light yellow with small head. Clove flavor primarily with only slight banana ester flavor. On the watery side.
Slightly yellow-coloured good head, large bubbles; heavily carbonated, deep-golden beer. Musty, sourish smell, aged & wrinkled apples. There is some oxydation (beer is indeed 1.5 year old) Slight oxidation in the taste; chaff and wet, not quite mouldy malt. A very fine herbal-perfumey flavour. Just a hint of wheat, no sourness here. Slight peppery finish. Carbonation only heavy at the start, drops fast. Some burning (malt?) giving a false alcholimpression. Quite dry. The bottle was unintentionally purchased aged. As it is, it seems to benefit the beer. I was underwhelmed by an earlier fresh sample.