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Shore Break Hefeweizen
- Rhinelander Brewing Company
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Rhinelander Brewing Company
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(Beer added by: biboergosum on 03-01-2013)
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look: 1.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4
Actual a really good beer. great taste and aroma but my only complaint would be the fact that it was canned which make the beer appear "cheaper". Although the fact that it does come in a fully enclosed box does help. This beer is definitely worth checking out just pour into beer glass
Serving type: can
03-21-2013 13:49:06 |
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look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 2
473ml can. The last in the triumvirate of this line of offerings currently available in Alberta from this contract brewer, who tell more by the company they keep than anything else before this tab is popped.
This beer pours a hazy, dark tarnished gold colour, with two fingers of bubbly, foamy off-white head, which leaves a single lonely drooping instance of arched lace around the glass as it quickly abates.
It smells of sweet grainy cereal malt, musty, sour orchard fruit, phenolic alcohol, a tame earthy yeastiness, and somewhat skanky, weedy, dead leaf hops. The taste is more sweet fruity malt - some sodden wheaty cereal, some corn mash in origin - a clumsy touch of brewer's yeast, and well moderated in their skunkiness, murky, hay-like, um, 'hops'.
The bubbles are quite sublimated, and thus hard to find, so I'm not going to try any further, the body an adequate medium weight, and smooth, in a running via acclimation sort of way. It finishes well off-dry, the fruity dull malt still the biggest game in town, as the non-existent spices and meek yeast disappear while the disappearin's good.
If they had the humility to just call this an American Wheat Ale, then perhaps I might be more forgiving, for this isn't really all that bad. But they had to go and splatter "Hefeweizen" front and center on the label. Live and die by the sword, I guess. Sweet, malty, and a tad yeasty, that's about it - drinkable if you're throwing your hands in the air (and just don't care), but otherwise, not worth anyone's time, especially to decipher all their marketing and brewing bullshit.
Serving type: can
03-01-2013 01:54:27 |
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