Laughing Fox - New Glarus Brewing Company
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4/5 rDev +3.6%
The aroma of this brew is appetizing with notes of clove and banana bread. Some fresh fruity notes are deposited on the palate as the lively copper-hued brew moves through the mouth. The flavors are nice and fresh with orchard fruit and spice. It's earthy and refreshing at the same time. Another nice beer from the folks at New Glarus.
02-11-2012 00:15:26 | More by BeardedBoffin
3.78/5 rDev -2.1%
12oz bottle poured into a Pint glass
A - deep amber in color, very thick 1" plus head that slowly dwindled leaving a thin cap that lasted through the entire glass. minimal lacing that quickly slides back down the sides.
S - mild banana and a touch of cloves, slight maltiness.
T - nice wheat profile with a bit of the banana. a slight tangy aftertaste.
M - above average carbonation and a medium body for the style
O - really attractive beer, pleasant aroma and easily drinkable. havent had many Kristalweizen's prior to this, but enjoy the style, have always been a Hefeweizen fan. the carbonation is spot on, and this is an emjoyable beer. i see this as a good beer for late spring time.
01-28-2013 03:18:27 | More by Docrock
3.9/5 rDev +1%
Poured into a weizen glass, huge initial head, pretty good lacing. Clear pale copper.
Banana, clove, and wheatiness the primary smells.
Wheat, black pepper, cinnamon, light fruits, and especially clove in the taste.
Very crisp mouthfeel. Medium-high carbonation, fits the style nicely.
This was nice and light and balanced. Nothing extreme about it, just nicely balanced and well done. I'd like to show this to some bud light drinkers.
09-14-2011 01:16:42 | More by Strix
4.2/5 rDev +8.8%
A- amber transparent body with a white whispy head
S- almost like banna bread with a little but of cloves
T- follows the nose. Great subtle bannana taste. Very drinkable and makes my mouth water
M-medium body and smooth
O-nice beer that I didn't expect to like. Would have again
09-15-2011 00:37:53 | More by brew3crew
4.2/5 rDev +8.8%
A - light amber body, clear, small white head.
S - banana, clove, simple and therefore great
T - light and malty, very nice
M - light and super enjoyable
O - light is the name of the game. It's a masterpiece of lightness (not thinking of calories). Great beer.
09-21-2011 18:17:57 | More by ColdPoncho
3.13/5 rDev -18.9%
12 oz poured into a weizen glass. Pours with a nice and creamy head. Darker than what I expected, bordering the amber ale color. The head is also much darker than it should be. Brilliant clarity as expected. Good head retention and lacing.
Spicy clove and some malty sweetness in the aroma. Perfumy wheat malt. Taste is slightly fruity sweet and overall subtle. Aftertaste has richer notes of perfume and spice. Light bodied with a refreshing crispness. Just a tiny bit of bitterness at the back. Dry finish.
Overall refreshing and easy drinking but it's thoroughly forgettable.
3.5, 3, 3, 4, 3
10-20-2011 18:58:01 | More by tewaris
4/5 rDev +3.6%
Poured out of 12 oz bottle into tulip style pint glass.
A) It is a deeper amber. There was a full two finger head, complete with rocky top. Nice retention. Good amount of lacing. Looks quite inviting.
S) Aroma of wheat and spices. A pleasing sweetness and hints of ripe banana.
T) Wheat upfront, sweetness and hints of other fruit, bit of apple, maybe pear. The banana is in there for sure. The finish is spice, mostly the clove.
M) Medium body, and pretty well carbonated. It is actually pretty creamy. Very nice on the palate.
O) This is pretty darn good. I had a few folks compare this to Dancing Man Wheat. This is not as good, but if Dancing Man isn't available, this would be an acceptable plan B.
10-06-2011 02:56:47 | More by RoamingGnome
3.45/5 rDev -10.6%
Picked up a couple 6 packs of this earlier this fall. Finally getting around to reviewing one of the last ones left in the fridge.
A-This baby is very heady (large bubbles and yet frothy at the same time). Brilliantly clear with a rich copper color with plenty of tiny bubbles keeping that head dominating the surface.
S-Smells like a hefe-heavy on the banana fruity esters. Grainy wheat aroma.
T-A moderate amount of those banana-y esters. As well as lightly toasted wheat. What makes this beer unique is the spicy prickly heat sensation which has to be the cinnamon noted on the bottle. I'd prefer more of a clove phenol sensation instead.
M-Medium bodied for a weizen. Plenty of carbonation. Not creamy.
O-A solid brew although not as prefered as some other unfiltered versions. I think I'd rather drink the unfiltered versions that have a little more creaminess and stronger clove notes.
10-12-2012 01:38:23 | More by deebo
Laughing Fox from New Glarus Brewing Company
87 out of 100 based on 316 ratings.