Heartland Wheat - Lucky Bucket Brewing Co.
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3.5/5 rDev 0%
this is a bit unconventional, and my first nebraska brew! pours a moderately hazy pale pale straw color with a jovial white head. smells very lemony, rind and juice, almost from concentrate smell. also nice fresh wheat malt that imparts a nice bready aroma, and a clever yeast with a touch of spice. the flavor is very lemon forward, tart and crisp, perfect for summer. the yeast ties it all together in a fruity flavorful ribbon, and it totally works. super easy drinking with a light body and intense carbonation. i was impressed with this and will have to visit the brewery next time through. solid summer drink.
08-28-2012 02:14:12 | More by StonedTrippin
3.93/5 rDev +12.3%
Poured from bottle into pint glass
Appearance – Pours a hazy yellow/golden color with a two finger white head. The head fades in a moderate amount of time to leave a lighter amount of lacing.
Smell – The aroma is heaviest of wheat bread and lemon citrus. Mixed with these aromas are some lighter notes of a grassy smell as well as a light yeasty smell.
Taste – The taste begins with a good grainy wheat flavor. It is relatively on the more sweet side. Flavors of a light lemon citrus hop flavor accompany the wheat in the start. As the flavor advances, some bitter flavors intensify while the beer dries out a bit. In the end some flavors of yeast and pepper combined with the rest to leave a crisp wheat flavor on the tongue.
Mouthfeel- The body of the beer is on the lighter to medium side with the carbonation level being very average.
Overall – The beer had a great wheat flavor and was quite easy to drink. Quite grainy but very nice overall.
08-05-2012 01:32:39 | More by Darkmagus82
4.18/5 rDev +19.4%
Heartland Wheat pours a hazyish straw color, with a small lacing head. Their is a wheat like aroma, with hints of citrus. The taste has a nice easy wheat grain taste, with a nice lemon note, and just a small bit of hoppy bitterness. So easy to drink, and very full flavors. Overall one of the better wheat beers I have had.
07-05-2013 00:21:24 | More by vette2006c5r
3.58/5 rDev +2.3%
A: Pale, cloudy yellow hue with a huge frothy head; lacing is good
S: Grainy with a big dose of citrus; lemon rind, lemon, pepper, coriander, very grassy and grainy--this smells pretty good though maybe a touch one dimensional
T: Simple but tasty; quite grainy; lots of the wheat along with grass but also lots of lemon and lemon rind--really pretty refreshing
F: Well carbonated; medium body; a touch thin on the back end
O: This is a summer session beer; really drinkable; it's simple and I"m not always a huge fan of the style but this is pretty good nonetheless
06-04-2012 22:55:36 | More by dbossman
3.55/5 rDev +1.4%
Heartland wheat pours a clear golden-yellow color with minimal foam. The aroma is a mixture of wheat and malt with some sourness peaking through. Not sure what the source of the sourness is, but it is a little too much. This continues on the palate where citric acidity is balances some light malt. The body is wheat all the way. I would prefer a little less sourness, but overall a drinkable summer brew for a hot summer day.
08-29-2012 23:46:59 | More by BeardedBoffin
3.3/5 rDev -5.7%
My coworker is signed to a beer of the month club and was kind enough to share this with me.
This pour hazy yellow with a rock white head.
There is a crispy kind of sharpness with soft wheat and citrus hops aroma at first in the with moderat sulfar note that diminishes after a couple of minutes.
Moderate wheat flavor with a moderate hop bitterness both lasting into the crisp finish. There is a medium-low citrus hops flavor in there as well
This has a medium light body with a medium-high level of carbonation.
This is an easy to drink refreshing beer. It's too bad the nose is off for the first couple of minutes but the flavor is just fine.
07-04-2012 02:40:36 | More by MadScientist
3.9/5 rDev +11.4%
Hazy yellow beer with nice hints of amber and a sea-foamy shock white head on top. Nice retentive sheet on top. Fresh and citrusy on the nose, big notes of wheat that combine with the citrus to make for a nice nose. Even something a little funky in there, a hint of that farmhousey yeast that goes with Belgian wheat beers. Not bad.
Nice and soft body from the wheat that lets the flavors come out pretty nicely. Pleasant notes of citrus and wheat with a touch of toasty bread notes from the barley. The citrus comes in on the back side, partly from the very mild bitterness from the hops. These hops seem to have imparted more of their flavor than the bitterness, giving out a nice lemony citrus in the back end that brings the beer around into a big refreshing circle. A hint of that yeast comes through, imparting a slight bit of funk to the citrus and wheat flavors. It is a welcome taste. Great with the smooth mouthfeel and easy going nature. Clean and crisp mouthfeel that puts a bow on it.
Nice little hints of complexities with this beer, but it is better enjoyed as an easy going sipper on a hot summer day that you could drink while barbecuing.
06-21-2012 21:29:26 | More by chodinheaven
Heartland Wheat from Lucky Bucket Brewing Co.
80 out of 100 based on 49 ratings.