Ayinger Ur-Weisse - Privatbrauerei Franz Inselkammer KG / Brauerei Aying
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3.86/5 rDev -5.4%
A - Coppery-brown, golden accents. Visually is closer to a weizenbock to than a hefe.
S - Smell is fainter than with the Bräuweisse.
T - From the colour you’d expect it to me maltier, spicier and yeastier but if anything it has less taste than its hefe sibling.
M - Mouthfeel is still pretty good and the carbonation is on the money.
O - It's a well-contructed beer which is found slightly wanting for malt, wheat and spice on the nose and tongue. I'd be really interested to try this fresh on tap. I suspect it might be a whole different ball game.
02-05-2014 02:07:56 | More by abeeronthebeach
3.99/5 rDev -2.2%
bottle poured to weizen glass
A- hazy burnt orange big two finger head
S- orange juice, lemon peel, spicy clove, banana bread
T- spicy orange peel, banana thins out mid mouth, a tad bit of booze, finishes smooth banana smoothie
M- light bodied, thin , crisp, smooth
O- yummy stuff, love ayinger beers they never disappoint
02-04-2014 02:21:04 | More by gabedivision
4.19/5 rDev +2.7%
Popped open a .5L bottle for dessert. This is lighter colored than a dunkel, but more of an amber than your common hefe. Off the bat, it's sort of like Schneider Weisse for the darker bread notes. Overall it does follow more of the notes of a hefeweizen with mild clove, vanilla, and a hint of banana. It's toasty and bready, but also has occasional dark crispy wheat notes. It's smooth and deep, worth trying with and without the yeast dumped in—it's a little brighter before. Man, I'm wishing I didn't only buy one bottle. Get yourself some.
01-13-2014 00:27:47 | More by tempest
4.28/5 rDev +4.9%
I pour this one carefully, and am rewarded with 2 fingers of off-white head over a caramel colored body. The body is translucent and shows some seriously good looking stuff floating around in it. The head dies to a half finger rather quickly, then retains this for a while. It makes a mild attempt at lacing.
Caramel and grain are the main aromas I get. A little yeast and dark fruit compliment. Further exploration brings out grassy hops.
Grainy with a yeast overture. Caramelized brown sugar adds a really nice sweetness to the mix. Grassy finish with a decent spiced blend on the end.
This brew is medium bodied, and smoooth. It goes down nice and refreshing with no residue left behind.
12-31-2013 21:29:52 | More by CFHMagnet
Ayinger Ur-Weisse from Privatbrauerei Franz Inselkammer KG / Brauerei Aying
91 out of 100 based on 894 ratings.