Mill Street Walker's Blueberry Wheat - Mill Street Brew Pub
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3.85/5 rDev +25%
One of the first pours from the inaugural cask I believe. From notes taken at the Mill Street Brew Pub on 07/15/2011. Was served in a wide mouth mug, no idea of ABV.
Poured an extremely cloudy peach colour with a small soapy white collar that lasted a while. Looks a lot like unfiltered OJ.
Smells like real blueberries and fresh wheat, mild gum and banana esters as well.
The taste is surprisingly mild, tasting much like a typical sweet witbier at first and I found the blueberry flavour to come in towards the end, creating a nice tartness. It's good and not too sweet.
Mouthfeel is thin and watery, but the sediment gives it life on the tongue. Very little carbonation and a surprisingly bitter finish.
I'm really glad I happened to be at the brew pub at the right time to try this experiment. It worked and I'd like to see it in next year's seasonal sampler.
07-18-2011 16:25:19 | More by bryehn
Mill Street Walker's Blueberry Wheat from Mill Street Brew Pub
75 out of 100 based on 26 ratings.