Ass Kisser Tight Ass - Ass Kisser Ales
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Ratings: 32 | Reviews: 10 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by DavoleBomb:
2.83/5 rDev -3.4%
Poured into a weizen glass.
3.25 A: Moderately hazed medium orange brownish color. Two fingers of pillowy white head. Retention is good, but it doesn't stick well.
3.0 S: Wheat, clove spiciness, yeastiness. A touch of coriander and bitter lemon peel. It's okay, but it could be a lot cleaner.
2.75 T: Again, wheat, clove, yeastiness. A bit more bitter than I'd like. Lemon peel, coriander. Could also be cleaner here.
2.75 M: Lighter medium body. Carbonation is a bit bity. Lacking creaminess big time.
2.75. D: Not the worst, but definitely not worth ever drinking again.
08-07-2013 21:31:36 | More by DavoleBomb
More User Reviews:
2.73/5 rDev -6.8%
12oz brown bottle with no freshness date.
LOOK: Hazy pale orange, good lacing all around
SMELL: Grassy, buttery, taffy, vegetable broth, faint esters, muted ripe fruit
TASTE: Smooth, medium body, pungent, bitter, bready, broth, buttery yeast, spicy, citric rind, earthy, muddled after taste
A mess in many ways, banana and clove are absent and tastes more like a hoppy wheat ale with no real direction. The buttery tone does not play well either. Pass on this one if you are looking for a true German wheat beer.
03-17-2012 03:12:20 | More by Jason
2.28/5 rDev -22.2%
Served in a Sloeber tulip glass.
I'm wondering how many ass puns these guys can come up with (and if that limitation will limit the number of beers they'll end up brewing)? Anyway, this stuff pours a mostly clear pale straw topped by several fingers of iridescent white foam. The nose comprises orange rind, mild soap, very light wheat, even lighter coriander, and a touch of lemon rind. The taste holds notes of soap, light orange rind (the inside, all the way, baby), random vegetation (seemingly kale and/or celery), and mild grass. The body is a hefty light, with a moderate carbonation and a fairly wet feel. Overall, a pretty sad hefe, one that I can easily say I won't ever seek out again.
03-07-2012 02:36:48 | More by TMoney2591
4/5 rDev +36.5%
12 oz bottle poured into pint glass
A: Poured a cloudy golden yellow with with a good fingers worth of head that settles to a ring with pretty good lacing from start to finish.
S: I'm getting a good mix of citrus, coriander, floral hops and wheat. Good mix for a Hef.
T: First thing I'm getting is a nice balance of wheat and floral hops, then the citrus, coriander and a little yeast mixes in mid palette great mix and well balanced.
M: Mid to light bodied, yet smooth feeling on the tongue. Pretty refreshing with a very clean aftertaste.
O: Very drinkable beer with a good ABV, very solid Hef, with a little more Hops kick, from a pretty kick ass named brewer.
01-08-2013 02:38:28 | More by mralphabet
2.78/5 rDev -5.1%
Such a juvenile name to use. At least it sets them apart (sort-of).
Pours a nice golden blond color with a thick white head into my glass. Very nice color here, ready for consumption.
Clove and wheat in the nose with a touch of citrus for good measure.
Starts off great with wheat and clove and then finishes closer to that of a pale ale (?). Carbonation is all weirded out.
Ditto. Wasn't expecting hops here.
Umm? Pick up an actual German hefe and skip this mediocre example.
04-03-2012 16:48:56 | More by Brad007
3/5 rDev +2.4%
Sample: 1 bottle 2012
A: Golden yellow in color, heavy internal carbonation, pours almost no head and no lacing, cloudy throughout
S: Mild fragrance, light citrus, some coriander, touches of flora and hops, some wheat and lemon zest
T: Much akin to the nose, not incredibly flavorful, mild citrus and a definite hop characteristic, well balanced but simple and not complex
M: Smooth and easy to drink, very light citrus aftertaste, refreshing and not drying or overpowering on the palate
O: Drinkable and light, mild flavor and fragrance, nothing special, but certainly not bad by any means, very average, definitely not in line with its style
06-03-2012 23:17:20 | More by MatthewWilde
3.98/5 rDev +35.8%
whaet my ass.... i mean ass kisser hefe....
pours a hazy beautiful golden neon yellow. rich billowy head.
smells like . . . hops? you're totally kidding, right?
tastes . . . . hops. ugh. okay. so you're trying to 'broaden the style'??
overall... beautiful looking brew. but hefe/hop? nah.... kills the point of hefe. the hop is too strong and bitter, which is kind of the reason i'm not into the ipa's. hops have a place in beer, just dont see the point of double ipa's etc... but that is just MY perspective. i respect the others who like the hop flavor. it just doesnt seem to fit into a hefe style and i feel it kills the the whole wheat flavor anyway. but, i digress.... salud!
12-24-2012 02:31:47 | More by pkalix
2.45/5 rDev -16.4%
12 oz bottle, taken home from ACBF. It was poured into my Brooklyn Brewery tulip.
Tight Ass Hefeweizen pours a golden yellow, with a bit of haze to it. There's maybe two fingers of foam topping the beer, with minimal head retention and lacing. The nose has some clove, but it's more of a general spiciness. There's no banana, but instead a very light citrus aroma. There's so bready malt sweetness at the front, maybe a little bit too much. The "clove" fills up the middle of the profile, but again it's more of a spiciness, more reminiscent of the flavor one gets from some European hops (think Saaz) than any phenols. That same faint citrus from the nsoe is what closes out the beer. The body is just a little too full and heavy, and the carbonation falls markedly short of being as bubbly/active as it needs to be. Tight Ass Hefeweizen is probably the least authentic Weissbier I've ever had. I probably would have scored it higher if you told me it's a pale ale.
06-08-2012 02:41:40 | More by axeman9182
Ass Kisser Tight Ass from Ass Kisser Ales
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