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Texels Skuumkoppe - Texelse Bierbrouwerij

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Ratings: 33
Reviews: 16
rAvg: 3.68
pDev: 13.32%
Wants: 1
Gots: 2 | FT: 0
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Style | ABV
Dunkelweizen |  6.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
No notes at this time.

(Beer added by: paterlodie on 02-23-2005)
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5/5  rDev +35.9%

12-09-2011 21:40:09 | More by PaBeerLover
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4.33/5  rDev +17.7%

This is the beer I drank for the first time on Texel and for some reason I just drink this beer every time I return to Texel. Somehow it fits with the island. All ingredients come from the island as well. Supply is constant since my parents spend most of their free time on Texel.

A: Poured it into my Hougaerdse das glass. A hazy copper color with a cream color head

S: hops, malts, orange and some banana.

T: Great. This beer has a double character. It has the malty weizen taste and the grainy white beer as well. Roasted malts, grains, orange peel, coriander and spicy hops which are rather surprising.

M: Medium carbonation, a bit creamy and a dry finish.

D: A pretty original beer. I really like this beer and even better to drink it while being on Texel. The best of this brewery in my humble opinion. Drink and drink again.

09-16-2009 19:13:03 | More by PapaEugene
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4.3/5  rDev +16.8%

This beer is a bit better than average. I bought this beer i a shop in the town where i live last saturday. Best before date not on the bottle.

Poured in my Struise glass the beer looks OK. Nice broken white to lightgrey head and a cloudy darkyellow fluid.

I am not sure what i smell. Not unpleasant but also not spectacular.

The beer is a bit watery. Alchol is not very present in the taste.

Update from July 2011. I had this beer in a bar in Bergan at Sea and i must say that this bottle tasted much better than the last one. This dark whitebeer looked very nice with its dark fluid and much carbonation going on the glass. That's what i like!

06-17-2011 22:02:05 | More by Brabander
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4.25/5  rDev +15.5%

08-28-2014 05:38:12 | More by Kampfar
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4.25/5  rDev +15.5%

12-23-2013 20:54:52 | More by Jose9e
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4/5  rDev +8.7%

06-07-2014 17:51:00 | More by PeetPP
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4/5  rDev +8.7%

12-01-2011 23:35:06 | More by rekel
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4/5  rDev +8.7%

02-02-2014 16:18:42 | More by BJSmit
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3.98/5  rDev +8.2%

I had this on tap at the Café 't Arendsnest in Amsterdam. I didn't know it was a dunkelweizen when I ordered it, and it didn't seem like one when I drank it. The beer was clear amber orange with thick white foam, and it almost looked stratified from orange to yellow, bottom to top. The smell was hoppier than you'd expect for a weizen, in a hoppy Belgian ale way (not unlike Urthel Hop-it). The taste was also more like a hoppy Belgian pale ale, tasty and easy to guzzle. Recommended.

10-18-2008 23:23:13 | More by TurdFurgison
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3.93/5  rDev +6.8%

I got this beer from a friend of mine who brought it directly from the brewery which is located on the Dutch Island Texel. Poured into a Mort Subite glass. The beer pours a dark gold colour with an almost not existing thin creamy white head.

Smell: sweet aroma of orange, fruits, hops and a bit of wheat

Taste: A very well balance between bitterness and sweetness, whit an unexpected spicy finish that breakes the bitterness in the end. General taste is grainy and bit dry.

Mouthfeel: medium carbonation, smooth, light, fresh, very nice to drink.

Overall: After a bad first impression (the head of the beer is horribly messy and almost non-existent), this beer strikes back with the taste.It was easy to drink on this warm summer day, and is very well balanced. Would like to have this one again!

08-05-2009 18:42:07 | More by rvdoorn
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3.93/5  rDev +6.8%

On-tap at the Rake; served in a goblet.

A: Cloudy orange body with a 1/2" of fine, creamy head. Ok retention, good lace. Solid, if a bit light for a Dunkelweizen.

S: Mild aroma of bready malt, bubblegum, and banana. Some spice. Pretty good.

T: Very nice mixture of spicy yeast, fruity esters, and bubblegum + malt sweetness. Nicely piquant and complex.

M: Lively medium body; plenty of soft effervescence.

O: Solid beer; not the best example of its style, but one that I'd gladly drink again.


06-19-2011 17:16:04 | More by woosterbill
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3.85/5  rDev +4.6%

Poured from the 0.75l bottle into a original Skuumkoppe glass.
Prior to pouring rolled the bottle horizontal to distribute the yeast as described on the webpage.

red orange body with coarse carbonation, head is only slightly beige with coarse and medium bubbles of 2 fingers that reduces to a stable few millimeters.

smell of banana, more fruity esters and yeast, quite pleasant

has a sour undertone to it that is quite unique, some banana, nice malty sweetness, towards the end rather dry and quite bitter for the style.

medium creamy feel on the tongue and a bit carbonation

Not really your typical Hefeweizen. Remember this to be even more sour on tab. The suspended yeast definitely does it some good by adding the creaminess. Smell is nice and taste is a bit strange for the style, but I do like it most of the time.

08-10-2013 13:19:58 | More by safaricook
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3.85/5  rDev +4.6%

A dark witbier, this is called. Certainly not a dunkelweizen!
Served in a Texelse chalice.

A hazy orange beer, slightly dark. A rocky white head. I missed a tiny but of the yeast there, but that should not be a huge issue.

Smells soapy with floral hops and wheat. Some light fruits prehaps.

Pleasant tasting, a light fruitiness, orange peel, spices, bready malts, a surprising hint of tartness and floral notes.

The body on this one is light to medium, smooth and the carbonation is medium.
A bit dry, or powdery more like.

Overall a nice summer beer I think.
It is not very strong so it would be sessionable and the tartness gives it something special.

01-11-2013 12:34:43 | More by IPA35
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3.8/5  rDev +3.3%

08-23-2014 21:39:10 | More by AdamNowek
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3.75/5  rDev +1.9%

08-18-2013 14:57:45 | More by corneliusfontaine
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3.75/5  rDev +1.9%

03-15-2014 18:15:01 | More by DutchBeerDrinker
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3.75/5  rDev +1.9%

04-28-2012 18:35:51 | More by HamJam
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Ontario (Canada)

3.74/5  rDev +1.6%

On-tap at Proeflokaal Arendsnest, in Amsterdam.

'Skuumkoppe' means 'foam top' and indeed this very cloudy beer pours with a huge one! It's apparent from those two features that this is a wheat beer (though its golden colour, despite being darker and more tarnished, might make you first think Hefeweizen).

Texelse calls this a "dark white beer" which may sound senseless but is actually quite a telling distinction; it is a bit light to be considered a dunkelweizen but has all the floral perfumed and banana qualities one could ask for in a weiss(-"white"-)bier.

But look at me going on talking like a beer judge! There's no need going over this with a fine tooth comb - it's extremely pleasant, simple as that. Besides, there's a good portion of toasted bread crusts and even an inkling of nutty sweetness. It's clearly made with all-natural malts.

The flavour falls somewhere between banana bread and toasted multi-grain loaf (the scale ultimately tipping to the banana). Once the beer warms its taste magnifies to a 'marmalade and marzipan' profile. No herbs or spices are added, but the yeast might trick you into thinking so.

Texels Skuumkoppe is a very friendly, soft, easy-going ale. Someone craving a rich dunkelweizen might find it leans a little too much to the hefeweizen side of wheat beers, but that's really only a concern for style guideline sticklers that can't handle it when lines are blurred. Normal people should have a hard time finding a single bad thing to say about it.

08-09-2013 21:45:09 | More by biegaman
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3.7/5  rDev +0.5%

Colour is brown, with a decent creamcoloured head, ok carbonation, good lacing in the glass.

Smell is very appealing indeed: very fresh, clear orange, a bit banana, defenate floral hoppyness, and also some spicyness/clove.
Taste is a bit more spicy than the expected fruityness. It has a clovy and peppery bite to it more than the smell indicated. biscuits in the background.
The wheatcharacter comes through in the aftertaste: agressive and lasting bittersweetness.
Ok drinkable. It's not too high abv, but the alcohol is present and noticable

12-03-2010 10:50:59 | More by RuudJH
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3.5/5  rDev -4.9%

05-28-2014 20:01:32 | More by Canada_Dan
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New Jersey

3.5/5  rDev -4.9%

04-19-2013 19:48:18 | More by Bandi
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3.5/5  rDev -4.9%

04-27-2014 16:19:14 | More by Hayley_86
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North Carolina

3.5/5  rDev -4.9%

10-05-2013 12:14:12 | More by Nicole_deB
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3.45/5  rDev -6.3%

This 'donkerwit' or darkwhite beer pours a amber color with little head and a good amount of carbonation.

Smell was not very distinct, some wheat grainy notes and a fair amount of yeast smell, but not like a witbier or weizen.

Taste is fresh, wheat like and sizzling of carbonation. Some caramel notes and a bit sticky on the lipps. The yeast did not give a lot of character, certainly not a witbier/weizen taste. Very low bitterness.

This beer does not have the dryness and yeast profile of a dunkel weizen and is more a fresh summerbeer, rather than a dark wheat.

09-10-2006 16:03:38 | More by Absumaster
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3.43/5  rDev -6.8%

Best before 06-05. Poors in without a great head like you're used of a wheatbeer. Foam is gone fast and beercolor is copper/orangebrown.
Smell is malty with roast and litle yeastesters. No off arome but hardly any nose for a 6% beer. Taste is same story and feels like you're drinking a beer that had added lots of extra water. What's there is some malt, litle wheat carracter and hint of roast. All in all a rather dull beer but drinkable. Be aware though it doesn't taste that it has alcohol and it must have!

02-23-2005 14:37:04 | More by paterlodie
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Texels Skuumkoppe from Texelse Bierbrouwerij
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