Imperial Wheat - BrewDog
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Ratings: 5 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
United Kingdom (England)
4.13/5 rDev +11.6%
Cloudy, saffron-stained rust, with a thin and frail beige head. It smells like bread... spread with orange marmalade and banana jam, dusted with cloves and cinnamon, layered with applesauce and rummy raisins. Fantastically aromatic, a warmingly wintry smell, like mulled cider. Tangy with apple and spice, a flavor of Hefeweizen distilled, unsalted pretzels and pure malted grain. Banana, brandy, and a faint woody bitterness. Thin but not insipid, and nicely dry. A very winning weizenbock.
12-30-2011 17:04:53 | More by soulgrowl
3.85/5 rDev +4.1%
A 1/3 pint served in a Teku glass at the BrewDog bar in Edinburgh. From notes. Reviewed 28 May 2011.
A: I think I really like this glass. Angular and interesting. Little head. Dark brown core with lighter sunburst edges.
S: Wheaty (no surprise). Strong alcohol, citrus. Sour yeast.
T: Whoah, yummy as hell. Deep flavours, only vaguely wheaty, with bursts of alcohol powering it through. Sweetish. A very brief aftertaste. Good, but in the end, perhaps a bit one-dimensional?
M: A bit dry, light, and noticeably alcoholic.
O: I approve of experimentation! Interesting and definitely worth trying. Still, with so much else on offer, I don't think I'll revisit it.
07-01-2011 04:54:20 | More by AgentMunky
Imperial Wheat from BrewDog
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