Mahr's Weisse - Mahrs-Bräu
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Ratings: 107 | Reviews: 96 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Troyone:
3.93/5 rDev +8%
Pours a hazy lemon/apricot color with minmimal white head and lots of action.
Lots of bubblegum and banana aroma with a hint of a sour note.
Has a bland buttery wheat grain taste with a hint of a sour butterscotch background.
Light bodied, buttery blended with a watery texture, and a lively soft carbonation.
A different taste to the point that this seems to elighten the optional methods and recipes from the country most known for this style.
02-25-2009 01:59:45 | More by Troyone
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3.78/5 rDev +3.8%
Well its that time of year to start drinking up the wheat beers down here in NC,this one pours a hazy golden color with a nice blooming head that leaves some globs as it settles.Aroma is mainly spicey and clovey with a hint of iron,taste as well is on the spicey side a big shot of clove with some lemony tones in the finish.A good solid weisse spicey and a little tart, a real good one for a lazy hot day.
04-30-2004 21:23:03 | More by oberon
3.4/5 rDev -6.6%
Pours a cloudy (yeast, it's okay), dirty blonde beer with a lackluster head -- white, a bit foamy, but it dies a sudden death once poured, and leaves little trace of its existence in the glass.
Mega citrus in the nose (lemon rind, orange), musty yeast and a light, spicy clove ... a dash of pepper too.
Very light-bodied, but with hard watery consistency/mouthfeel. On the malt side ... things seem to concentrate on the body, as there's very little sweetness. What is there, is thin. A light banana flavour, which kind of makes up for things. Wheat flavours are, as they should be, a bit dominant, lending a dry crispness to the beer and a slight husky tannin character. Quick lemony acidic snap, touch of sour, followed by a spicy clove flavour. Finish is a bit bland with a bready leftover and faint nutty character (probably from the yeast, too).
A traditional, and authentic example of the style. Enjoyable, but nothing to get too excited about. There are definitely better examples from Germany, or the US for that matter. Weisse fans ... worth a try for sure, this is still quite decent.
10-02-2002 17:34:50 | More by Todd
4/5 rDev +9.9%
Presentation: 16.9 oz long slender Euro style brown bottle, a bottled on date on the back label. Thin layer of brown sediment on the bottom of the bottle stay compacted while pouring.
Appearance: Clouded beige with a fluffy bubbly white head, good retention.
Smell: Yeasty with earthy overtones, spicy with aromas of black pepper and clove. Twang of fermented wheat on the nose also.
Taste: Firm medium body with quite an effervescent carbonation, both spiciness and a nutty yeast are intertwined with flavours of cracker and clove. Hops are minimal though show a splash of bitterness, fruity of vague lemon and apple. Mild esters from a light alcohol note start to warm things up. Big wheat malt character with a healthy balancing twang and a drawn-out grainy dryness. More rustic yeast flavours in the end with left over spicy clove flavour to make a decent semi-dry finish.
Notes: In the raw with very rustic flavours, this seems more like an old world wheat beer that is unadulterated what so ever.
10-31-2002 05:30:21 | More by Jason
3.73/5 rDev +2.5%
A: Cloudy light orange color, small sticky head.
S: Cloves, yeast and a rough grainy wheat note.
T: Clove and slight bubblegum up front, yeasty with a rough but not quite harsh wheat flavor. Nice tart dry finish.
M: Rough and rustic but finishes calmly. High carbonation. Refreshing finish.
O: Rough and ready old school hefe. Would like to taste a fresher example but this is tasting good right now.
06-14-2012 23:43:57 | More by skivtjerry
3.93/5 rDev +8%
Hazy light greenish yellow cast with a big and active charge and a very white-colored head. Leaves very little lace at all. Aromas of pineapple and estery dusty cinnamon and clove. Lightish mouthfeel, made more so by very spritzy and lively carbonation. Flavors of cotton candy, leaning toward a spiced bubblegum sense with a citrusy background. Solid yeastiness throughout. Tangy finish, elements of continuing esters into the full aftertaste. Refreshing and relatively true to style, could use slightly more body and fewer bubbles for my normal tastes in Hefeweizens.
04-24-2005 17:53:27 | More by ADR
4/5 rDev +9.9%
Appearance: Hazy peach golden hue very carbonated brew that forms a large white head that dwindles down leaving fine scattered lacing. Aroma: Sharp citrus with banana esters with the malted wheat making a mark on the senses as well. Taste: Great overall flavor perfect mix contains every characteristic that I love about weizens sharply sweet wheat notes with banana, clove, and some citrus notes adding to the harmony of flavor. Mouthfeel: Light medium bodied with spritzy carbonation. Drinkability: Definitely one of the most drinkable hefeweizens I've imbibed on.
09-23-2004 22:39:51 | More by WVbeergeek
3.7/5 rDev +1.6%
Appearance: A cloudy gold and a fluffy white head. good retention.
Smell: Wheaty and spices including pepper. Maybe a little citrus.
Taste: This a nice spiciness with the yeast. The citrus seems to be of the lemon and apple variety.
Mouthfeel: Medium body. Exciting carbonation. Semi-dry finish.
Drinkability: This a nice rustic hefe.
03-22-2007 02:03:39 | More by stereosforgeeks
4/5 rDev +9.9%
Cloudy beige and cream head. Herbal hops and yeast in fine aroma. Corriander and mild citrus fruit, pepper, clove. Nice flavour mix with wheat. Semi-dry aftertaste. Nice with lunch. Creamy banana mid-texture mouthfeel. Not too sweeet or fruity. Session beer.
07-11-2004 03:57:46 | More by Sammy
3.9/5 rDev +7.1%
Poured from a 500ml bottle into an Erdinger weizen glass. Slightly hazy golden/straw color topped by a single finger of fizzy white head. Tons of carbonation keeps on coming for as long as there's beer in the glass. Aroma of crisp wheat, very light malt, and some clove spiciness. Not much in the way of banana or other fruit esters.
Palate is mildly sweet and highly agreeable. Light malt and some residual sugars up front yield to the crispness of the wheat mid-palate. Clove spice and a touch of sweet fruit come through towards the finish and linger in the back of the mouth. Body is light and well-carbonated, a great recipe for a highly drinkable beer. An excellent choice for sitting on the porch on a warm Labor Day weekend.
09-03-2007 22:42:11 | More by ElGordo
3.76/5 rDev +3.3%
Gravity cask at Spuyten Duyvil, Brooklyn NY
A - Hazy yellow pour that has plenty of foam at first, but zero retention. Cloudy look from yeast sediment in the glass. Lacing is in thin rings.
S - Citrus scents hit the nose, as does a mild hoppy smell. Fresh cloves and banana show up as the beer warmed.
T - Some light grains and the yeast make this feel hearier than you might think. Spicy finish from spices and earthy hops. Minor amount of sugar but more of a tartness.
M - Raspy feel on the tongue. Fresh and clean finish. A very refreshing beer that I can only imagine being in a German biergarten and kicking back.
O - Not my favorite Hefeweisen (and with options like Weihenstephaner not the best import either) but a good example of what Germany enjoys regularly. I've enjoyed the sampling I've had fromt his brewery.
03-11-2013 02:00:30 | More by socon67
2.63/5 rDev -27.7%
500ml bottle dated brewed-on 2/4/2004.
Poured an almost clear golden yellow. A few inches of soapy white foam rapidly subsides to a film and no lace. Smells sweet and grainy; perhaps a touch of banana and honey, but not much else. Very thin and only slightly carbonated in the mouth. Tastes quite bland; honeyed grainy sweetness with a slightly astringent metallic finish.
05-14-2006 17:36:38 | More by dgallina
4.72/5 rDev +29.7%
Only thing wrong with this beer's appearance is that my glass is not empty, but it soon will be. Cloudy banana colored hazy beer. It poured clear from the bottle but I shook up and added the last inch into my glass. The head is tight and thick and stays. Little bubbles rise and give a pleasant aroma of bananas, citrus, and spices.
The taste hits me and I've time traveled back in time to when I was in Germany. This is the real stuff (or as real as one can get drinking a bottled beer in Boston). A real pleasure to drink, this beer is full of flavor. A pleasant sourness that turns to sweetness and finishes with a dry clove taste. Very drinkable and memorable.
09-25-2007 02:54:12 | More by aluskungs
3.73/5 rDev +2.5%
Pours a bright yet murky golden color with a smallish white head that was a bit disappointing for a hefe. The aroma is of a crisp wheat malt, some banana and clove, and a touch of pepper. The taste is of light banana and bubble gum, not a very sharp wheat presence, a bit watery in the taste. Rather ho hum in the taste department, a bit too watery. However the feel is not watery, moderate body, a bit fizzy, crisp but not too edgy. Quite a neutral feel. This has to be one of the easiest drinking brews that I have had. Goes down way easy. Though the flavor lacks, the smooth body with crisp carbonation makes this one easy to kick back. Though not very flavorful, no off-putting flavors. Worth a try, great for summer.
04-19-2009 05:30:56 | More by Gmann
3.93/5 rDev +8%
Poured from a .5 L bottle to a big weissen glass. Pours fast not a lot of head. Liquid is medium yellow semi cloudy lots of big bobble carbonation pushing up a weak head. The 2 finger head is white and fades slowly leaving no lace.
The smell is citrus, some bready wheat and faint yeast.
The taste is of lemons and wheat, some notes of cloves in the finish
Mouth feel is thin, lots of carbonation action. This brew is very crisp, clean and refreshing in a light body.
Drinkability is very good as a mid day summer pick me up. The thin boby and under 5 % ABV fits just right, the perfect summer cooler. Prost MK
07-02-2006 06:25:34 | More by MuenchenerKindl
3.6/5 rDev -1.1%
The beer poured a darker than expected, hazy golden color that produced a rocky, dense white head, which was well retained a settled into a thin cap for the duration of the beer. The beer gave off a nice wheat, bready aroma with a very unexpected sour aroma, almost like a Berliner Weiss. The taste follows the nose almost to a T. The beer had a lighter feel (as expected), and was smooth. Overall, not sure if it is misclassed or perhaps fermented with wild yeast, but the sour aroma and taste was a little unexpected, but if you get past the sourness, a decent beer for the style.
12-09-2013 04:15:11 | More by PhillyStyle
4.33/5 rDev +19%
This was actually on tap at Moan and Dove. Once served, it had a huge, bubbly head on top of a very murky, golden liquid. This hefeweizen had delicious aromas of wheat that were strongly permeating from it. It had a great tangy aftertaste with powerful citrus flavors. It was also very light to the point of it being a very refreshing drink. Overall, one of the best hefeweizens I have had recently.
11-16-2007 22:57:24 | More by fitzy84
3.5/5 rDev -3.8%
Bottle: Poured a light hazy yellow beer with a nice head with standard retention. Aroma is mostly comprised of wheat. Taste is very refreshing with the wheat taking a lot of place. There is a small but discernable taste of water at the end that I would have wish not to taste. Overall, this is a very refreshing wheat beer perfect for those hot summer days.
06-18-2004 14:27:21 | More by Phyl21ca
3.68/5 rDev +1.1%
Purchased a .5L bottle at my local Glendora BevMo. Poured into my beloved Weihenstephan weissebier glass.
Appearance: cloudy pale golden coloring; tons of carbonation briefly stoked a tall snow white head before it collapsed in on itself, leaving a ghostly ring of lace.
Smell: modest aromas of yeasty malts, vanilla, and clove. Not able to pick up any banana aroma.
Taste: dry hayfield maltiness yields to a bready malt taste. Slightly spicy with clove and vanilla flavors but none of the flavors were all that pronounced.
Feel: light, crisp, refreshing and very tingly on the tongue thanks to all that carbonation.
Overall, a decent, though not great hefeweizen. Definitely a good one on a hot summer day. Recommended.
07-25-2008 05:27:23 | More by Boilermaker88
4.05/5 rDev +11.3%
Amber-tinged blond with a small but dense head. It appears to be less carbonated than most hefeweizens.
There's a lot of bready malt on the nose, paired with clove-like phenolics, banana, and a touch of lemon.
The palate is bready, semi-sweet; fruity esters bring to mind banana and lemon. Lightly spicy, bringing some clove character that's signature of the style. Medium-light body. The beer becomes fairly dry in the finish, with lingering notes of spiced banana bread. It's not a terribly unique take on the style, but it is very good. Hefeweizen fans should love this.
02-23-2011 07:04:21 | More by largadeer
3.63/5 rDev -0.3%
A: The beer is slightly hazy golden yellow in color and has a high amount of visible carbonation. It poured into a weizen glass with a two finger high white head that died down but never completely disappeared.
S: There are aromas of citrus, wheat and yeast in the nose along with some hints of spices.
T: The taste has a slight amount of sweetness and flavors of bananas with hints of clove.
M: It feels light-bodied on the palate with a high amount of carbonation.
D: The beer is easy to drink and quite refreshing.
02-05-2011 14:25:40 | More by metter98
3.35/5 rDev -8%
Presentation: 500ml bottle ("Bottled On" date of 10(?)) in a classic Weizen glass
Poured crisp n' lively. Initially some metallic aromas, but soon replaced with qualities like faint clove, mild black pepper, light banana, sweet apple, dry like straw & slate. Color is a classic dull straw gold, clouded, paler at the glass bottom changing to a more golden tone near a fat 3 fingers of lively, noisy, snappingly crisp & loose pearl white head that faded rather quickly to a thin sheen, albeit still crackling. A steady stream of bubbles rises up slowly & haphazardly thru it.
Its light and crisp, a dry, subtle sweetness, traces of clove & ripe banana, apple, whisper of butter, dull malts, some citrus (sour lemon). The snappiness carries, albeit thinner and more watery, thru onto the palate where the grains are more noticeable, a coyly sweet, cider like dryness still dominant with a mild pepperiness. It thins considerably more on the throat, finishing with what can best be described as a watered down, slightly dry, feeble aftertaste, dry & coating with an oddly bitter, sour citrus residue thats films over and is reminiscent of a canned macro lager...sad.
For a style that is supposed to be refreshing and slaking, this required way too much effort to finish. This shares way too many characteristics with non-Weizen styles, and poor ones at that. I did not enjoy this, and actually found it a wee bit unpleasant. If you want a German Hefe Weizen, I strongly suggest you try a Kapuziner instead.
04-08-2007 01:31:49 | More by BuckSpin
3.6/5 rDev -1.1%
Poured a cloudy medium straw hue with a one and a half finger foamy white head. There was decent retention and lacing.
The smell featured some light yeast esters and a touch of wheat spice.
The taste was toward the lighter side and consisted of a light wheat ma;t and some subtle esters.
The mouthfeel was toward the lighter side of the style.
As always with hefes, very drinkable.
08-14-2008 02:17:17 | More by plaid75
Mahr's Weisse from Mahrs-Bräu
82 out of 100 based on 107 ratings.