Juliet - Weyerbacher Brewing Co.
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Ratings: 36 | Reviews: 29 | Display Reviews Only:
3.5/5 rDev -6.9%
Thin head but decent lacing on a hazy amber brown body. Aroma is of fruits and citrus with sweet molasses and sweet candy sugar. Flavor is overly sweet with bready malts, brown sugar, molasses, citrus hops and slight metallic note. Medium body and moderate carbonation. The flavors are too sweet and disorganized for my tastes. This is an older keg, 2010 maybe, which may gave affected this one.
08-19-2012 15:01:51 | More by kylehay2004
4/5 rDev +6.4%
Had a kickbacks, a tad oxidized due to storing. I think this beer was atleast 1 years, if not 2 years old. So it was expected to pick that up a little. Otherwise, it was a nice session alt, atleast it tasted like a sessionable alt. Very smooth and a great represetation of style and it didn;t seem too over imperilized.
06-06-2012 21:14:38 | More by CampusCrew
3.18/5 rDev -15.4%
amber in color with copious amounts of carbonation bubbling up toward the surface throughout. Nice white head on top, maybe an inch and a half before settling down to coat the inside of the glass for a minute. Interesting aroma, mix of grains, light bready malts, and a touch of a grassy, herbal hoppiness. Nothing crazy here but nicely balanced. Same could be said for the flavor, nice pale taste, light bready notes balancing a herbal sort of hop. Lightly sweet
08-24-2011 02:58:57 | More by mikesgroove
3.05/5 rDev -18.9%
Kind of a bummer, I was going to pick this up along with a bottle of Weyerbacher's Tiny but they were sold out. This brew was to me just another beer. Not too much special about it. The Altbier's are really my favorite style but to me this just didn't hit home. The Beer is a deep brown color maybe a little red mixed in there. The nose is of Malts and some light hops, maybe some roasted nuts in there too. The taste is just not exciting at all here. Really this is just something that they might have thrown together just to say they did it.
04-13-2011 23:54:40 | More by Knapp85
2/5 rDev -46.8%
12 oz. bottle poured into a tulip.
A: Brown. I mean it's pure brown. A big fluffy 3 finger head quickly dissapated to nothing.
A: Sweetness right off the bat, followed by a fruitiness and some caramel malt. Hops not that noticable in the nose.
T: This is not that good. The sweetness overpowers the beer, and leaves it a fruity mess. There is next to no hop presence, and the european yeast strain accentuates the sweetness, and not in a good way.
M: Medium to heavy body, overly carbonated.
O: I thought this beer was a mess. It looked good in the glass, but quickly turned. It was too fruity, too sweet, and not well balanced at all. I was expecting much more from weyerbacher. Sad to say, this one went down the drain. Skal.
03-26-2011 14:08:28 | More by Gtreid
4/5 rDev +6.4%
A-Pours an amber/ruby color with almost no head, just a thin ring of bubbles.
S-Milk chocolate, lightly roasted malts, circus peanut candy.
T/M-The best yet from this series. Roasty and medium bodied, with an appealing milk chocolate sweetness. Medium bodied, moderate carbonation.
D-Easy drinking and tasty. While the other beers from this line-up have been all over the place, the Juliet is a beer that attempts a simple style successfully, resulting in a highly drinkable beer.
01-11-2011 12:22:48 | More by DaveHS
3.9/5 rDev +3.7%
Thanks, Kyle, for sharing this one with me you big lug.
A - Clear reddish mahogany with a long lasting, whitish fluffy head. Lots of lacing.
S - Bready/toasty malts, with a lite floral hop character. Otherwise quite clean.
F/M - Bready malts, lite sweet pilsner malt flavors. Floral hops with a medium-low hop bitterness. Clean, dry finish. Medium bodied with moderate carbonation.
D - Good, clean, dry and quite refreshing. This would make a great summer time brew. I could probably drink a couple more of these.
12-25-2010 00:24:50 | More by domtronzero
3.88/5 rDev +3.2%
A: Pours a light brown iced tea color with a thin off white cap.
S: Lots of candy, sticky sugars and raisin.
T: close to the nose as far as the candied raisin sweetness and figs. Almost a butterscotch type flavor.
M: medium bodied, good carbonation.
Overall: For my first Altbeir I am happy. This is a really balanced and tasty beer. I'm liking the Weyerbacher brewers reserve series so far.
10-17-2010 23:46:42 | More by BigMike
3.95/5 rDev +5.1%
Bottle thanks to ericwo.
Pours a deep burgundy color with copper/ruby highlights and one finger of creamy off white head with average retention.
Scent of caramel, earth, some leafy hops and a hint of alcohol. A mostly sweet scent with a little dryness coming from the earth character.
Taste of sweet caramel, dry spices, earth, graham cracker, and a hint of alcohol. Sweet initially with dry spices coming in shortly after leading to a dry, somewhat bitter finish.
Mouthfeel is fairly heavy and a little oily with a fair amount of carbonation, feels a little thin.
09-19-2010 01:10:45 | More by paco1029384756
3.85/5 rDev +2.4%
A - Pours a nice, deep copper body with some ruby highlights and clarity...a two finger, off white head forms and shows decent retention...nice lacing
S - Sweet caramel and toffee dominate the nose...an earthy hop and grainy malt aroma as well
T - The sweetness stays with the flavors...caramel and toffee again dominate with a blast of sweetness...it also provides a touch of roastiness...in the middle there is a fruity presence but I can't put my finger on a specific fruit that stands out...the earhty flavor comes through at the end...there is also a bit of hop bitterness at the very end
M - Medium bodied...sometimes comes up a tad thin...a touch of creaminess...but there's something that is keeping my from scoring it higher
D - This was a good concept of an "imperial" alt...the alt characteristics where there with the caramel malt sweetness and a touch of earthy hops...the alcohol doesn't come through too much...another nice one-off by Weyerbacher
08-05-2010 17:05:37 | More by thain709
3.98/5 rDev +5.9%
Pours a hazy orange-ish to brown color with a light tan head. In the aroma, small fruitiness and a small dry yeasty malt. In the taste, a fruitier malt, white grape and small lemon zest like, and a small hop bitterness. Mainly smooth and medium bodied mouthfeel, with a semi dry fruit like aftertaste. A small hint of tart fruitiness and small roast like, yet still a lager.
07-28-2010 13:25:15 | More by OWSLEY069
3.63/5 rDev -3.5%
Poured into a snifter it appears a clear dark amber brown color with a finger of creamy tan head. Fair retension and patches of lace cling all along the glassware. The nose of this brew is a very sweet mixture of floral hops blended with a yeasty fruitiness and caramel malt. Taste includes the flavor of caramel malt along with a slight touch of chocolate flavor that finishes with a bit of an earthy/musty flavor almost like stale coffee. The combination of fruity yeast and floral hops are just as evident in the flavor as the nose. A bit of bittering hop are present in the finish to balance out the sweetness of this brew. Medium feel with a moderate amount of carbonation. There is a lingering flavor of fruity yeastiness and bitter herbal hops left in the mouth. The 8.5% alcohol is noticeable with its warming ability but not very evident in flavor. The strange mustiness of this brew hurts the drinkability a bit but all in all it was still an enjoyable brew.
07-16-2010 00:26:33 | More by stakem
3.58/5 rDev -4.8%
Pours a very nice, enticing dark brown color, with a good amount of tan head that quickly recedes. I honestly had no idea what style this was until I looked on here. Nice malty nose, with some select dark fruits and some dark brown sugar. On the palate, this one is fairly sweet, with caramel, sweet cherries and some decent maltiness. Not a bad outing from Weyerbacher, a consistently solid brewery.
07-14-2010 03:35:16 | More by emmasdad
4/5 rDev +6.4%
Weyerbacher Juliet has a clear brown colored body with a thick-looking off-white head that leaves a little bit of lacing.
The aroma has a hint of floral hops along with a good bit of caramel malt, grain, and some fruit.
Juliet has a big malt base featuring flavors of lightly toasted caramel and syrupy toffee mixed with a little bit of grain flavors. The middle has a bunch of fruit, with cherries coming to mind in specific. The finish has a slight hop bitterness and a pretty good blast of alcohol warmth.
Juliet's body feels big and chewy, but it maintains a bit of smooth. Moderate to low carbonation.
Juliet is another solid big beer from Weyerbacher, and it goes down very easily for a beer with 8.5% ABV.
07-11-2010 17:45:55 | More by Hojaminbag
3.78/5 rDev +0.5%
I poured this one into a tulip glass, and paired it with a nice medium rare steak I cooked up. A nice dark caramel color, with a thin tan head that disappears while you're having your first smell.
And it's a pretty nice first smell at that. A noticeable caramel odor from the roasted malt. But wait, there's more - I'm sensing a bit of a spicy undertone that doesn't quite get in the way. It's not bad at all.
First drink - It's sweet, almost faintly like licorice to me, along with the normal malty caramel flavor. There's also a spicy flavor to it, complimenting rather than overpowering the sweetness. The base of hops is also noticeable, it just doesn't jump out and announce itself. It just says to the drinker 'I'm here if you need me'.
I wouldn't drink this by itself - it went perfectly with my steak, though.
07-04-2010 00:46:36 | More by bogus564
3.4/5 rDev -9.6%
Yet another thanks goes out to msulinski, who has become my go-to for Weyerbacher brewery-only releases. Am I the only Weyerbacher freak outside of Pennsylvania? Ready to dive into another experiment with open mouth.
Pours a very dark brown with deep amber highlights. Smell is heavy, sweet malts, brown sugar, & roadside dust.
A heavy malty, caramel presence thunders from my unbranded pint glass, accounting for both the color & the sweetness in the nose. Roasted toast manages to get a word in edgewise, & there's a flick of hops towards the end, but the malts & caramel dominate this beer & don't brook much in the way of dissent. Very creamy brew, which is a nice touch, but also heavy in the stomach, leaving me wish I'd split even this 12 oz. bottle with my wife.
Pretty good brew, but in the constellation of what this brewery has put out over the years, not one that I'm fondest of. Bring on Kilo!
06-25-2010 02:44:36 | More by maximum12
3.5/5 rDev -6.9%
Pours a dark chestnut brown color with minimal head from a straight pour. Only some swirls of lace last.
This beer was a little odd. BA lists it as an altbier, but it is high abv, and hoppy. It kind of reminded me of a well hopped bock or dopplebock. I wasn't personally digging it, and I think there is a good reason this style doesn't exist yet.
The aroma has concentrated malt, caramel, toast, and figs. The hops bring a herbal, tree and wood aspect. The flavor has even more concentrated sweetness, which is long and sweet with a touch of nutiness.
The mouthfeel has carbonation on the low side, and is a bit syrupy for my liking. This wasn't a bad beer, but I wouldn't get it again.
06-16-2010 22:00:35 | More by jeffthecheff
4.25/5 rDev +13%
Appearance: Pours a n ice tea brown color with a massive head; quite a sticker, with a number of lace shards
Smell: Caramel and grain
Taste: Caramel and dark fruit on the opening, with raisin and date flavors; surprisingly hoppy, however, by mid-palate (wasn't expecting that from this style but I like it); after the swallow, the sweeter flavors blend nicely with the bitter
Mouthfeel: Medium to full body with moderate carbonation; just a hint of warmth in the gullet
Drinkability: A really nice style bender from a brewery that is continuing to move in the right direction
Thanks, yourefragile, for the opportunity
06-11-2010 23:32:44 | More by brentk56
Juliet from Weyerbacher Brewing Co.
85 out of 100 based on 36 ratings.