Jarrett Payton All-American Wheat Ale - Argus Brewery
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3.75/5 rDev +14.7%
A – Has a straw coloration to it with a light foam on top
S – Has a slightly sweet hop aroma that has hints of citrus
T – Very refreshing beer. Light pilsner taste from a wheat ale
M – Very clean mouthfeel. No real aftertaste that distracts from the beer
O – I really like this beer. It’s definitely something I would drink after mowing the lawn. Very smooth and refreshing
Serving Type: On-tap
05-05-2012 01:04:27 | More by Haze285
3.73/5 rDev +14.1%
This was the other beer I got to try while I was at the Argus brewery...most of the things I had to say about the California Steam re: uncharacteristic sweetness compared to the average Wheat Ale also apply here.
a - Darker straw coloration to the beer, very light foam on top.
s - Light and sweeter hop aromatics...somewhat citrusy? Very bright nose to it.
t - I'm not the biggest fan of ales because usually they have too much hops, but I was pleasantly surprised by the taste of this beer. It has a ligher pilsner taste for a Wheat Ale and that is because of the choice of malts. All in all, regarding taste, I enjoyed the fact that it was able to split the difference between the taste of a serious ale and a more subdued session beer.
m - Nice clean mouthfeel. No gummy feeling as you might get with a higher hopped beer.
o - I really like the light, crisp tones that come across from the ale in this beer. The pilsner malts round the taste out to something very smooth and very refreshing. This is definitely a beer to drink during the summer months.
05-04-2012 21:58:14 | More by braynstorm
3.18/5 rDev -2.8%
Served in a Local Option glass.
The inclusion of the word "Swheatness" on the side label just plain hurts my head... Anyway, this stuff pours a clear brass topped by a finger or so of white foam. The nose comprises wheat, light lemon zest, light orange peel, and a touch of what may or may not be coriander. The taste surprises with a blast of vague citrus rind and peel, finishing in a slightly sharp twang of appropriate bitterness. The wheat in the background is sorta o'erpowered, shoved to the side, forced into the wake of the not-entirely-pleasant citrus. The body is a hefty light, with a light moderate carbonation and a generally smooth-ish feel. Overall, a sorta ho-hum li'l brew, nothing to write home about unless your day was more boring and tedious than usual.
04-08-2012 05:22:54 | More by TMoney2591
Jarrett Payton All-American Wheat Ale from Argus Brewery
77 out of 100 based on 32 ratings.