Weez - Maine Beer Company
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3.89/5 rDev -0.5%
Pours a deep black with a tall latte-colored head.
Smells very roasty, with clear notes of citrusy coffee bean and a little bit of dark, raw chocolate. The dark roast flavours are well balanced by fresh, juicy hops which adds some orange with a hint of pine or spice.
The taste is roasty and dark overall, as the hops are very well- blended in both the scent and the taste. The taste, however has a little bit clearer of a hop presence. Chocolate and coffee up front with a burst of subtle but juicy hop resins, before ending on another beautifully complex roasted character.
Was expecting this to be a little more hop-forward -- not to say they are lacking in presence, rather very well-blended and complimentary.
08-20-2014 00:24:18 | More by Ian_B
3.9/5 rDev -0.3%
500 ml bottle, with bottled on date 07/01/2014 printed on the label. Another new one to me from Maine Beer Company. Expectations are pretty good, considering I've enjoyed most of the beers I've tried from these guys.
Poured into a Duvel tulip glass.
A - It pours a black colored body with hints of brown to it on the pour. Opaque in the glass with four big fluffy fingers of mocha head. Leaves behind some spotty lacing. Some yeast chunks are visible at the bottom of the glass. Looks pretty nice. 4
S - The aroma isn't very powerful, but it hits it's mark I'd say - a piney citrus hop presence paired nicely with a creamy, roasty chocolate malt bill. 3.5
T - Taste follows the nose - creamy roasty chocolate malt, and a nice piney, citrus hop bite. 4
M - The feel is smooth, creamy, roasty, resinous, and bitter on the finish. Medium-bodied with nice carbonation. 4
Overall, another nice beer from Maine Beer Company. I do probably prefer Maine Beer Company Another One over this one, but both are nice beers in their own right.
Maine Beer Company Weez -----4/5.
08-17-2014 04:24:17 | More by mfnmbvp
4.13/5 rDev +5.6%
Poured a very attractive deep black-brown color with a 3 F head in a Spiegalgau glass.
The aroma at first is strong malt and later there is a strong vegetation smell- not quite rank or barnyard- but close.
The mouth feel was moderately carbonated.
The taste is deep dark roasted malt and less pronounced chocolate( chocolate malt?). There is some hoppy bitterness in the finish, but on the moderate side.
The finish is also very malty- the beer in general has a strong malt backbone which defines its character. Smooth- yet very malty, deep roasted, light bitterness.
This is a black ale- or one could call it a black IPA. It's different than other deep malted
IPAs- there is a lighter touch in the bitterness and finish.
I greatly enjoy every beer I taste from Maine Brewing.
08-10-2014 01:16:14 | More by brureview
Weez from Maine Beer Company
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