Honey Wheat - Morgan Street Brewery
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Ratings: 34 | Reviews: 17 | Display Reviews Only:
2.95/5 rDev -8.7%
Sample at the brewpub. This brew is a clear golden color with a thin white head that diminishes steadily. Spotty lacing. Mild wheat and honey aroma. Light-bodied and mild with wheat, honey and subtle hops flavor. The finish is bubbly and lightly hoppy but short-lived. Overall this is not worth revisiting.
11-24-2008 18:36:44 | More by Dogbrick
3.58/5 rDev +10.8%
on tap poured into a pub glass at the brewpub in St. Louis. pours a clear amber color with a half finger of white head, moderate lacings and mild retention.
aroma is light and bready, with pale malts and a distinct honey-sweetness. rather ethereal in the nose.
taste is of light grain with the same honey-sweetness from the aroma and a subtle malt base with distant caramel. the honey lingers well after the fact.
mouthfeel is light bodied and rather sweet. the aftertaste is of honey and mild grain. could be a bit less sweet overall.
drinkability is mild. this is a sweet brew that ends up relying on the honey to sustain the profile a bit too much, ending up with an overly sweet malty beverage.
09-25-2008 01:32:10 | More by botham
2.63/5 rDev -18.6%
Appearance- It has weizen look to it and a lot of foam.
Smell- A very light fruit, melon-banana smell.
Taste- Once again this beer was very light in flavor like a lot of their other beers. It was also more sour than bitter.
Mouthfeel. Medium with even carbonation.
Drinkability- Not horrible but could due with some more flavor to take out some of the sourness.
08-10-2008 11:17:05 | More by MTNboy
2.42/5 rDev -25.1%
Part of a sample bunch, prior to the Packers/Rams game ( GO PACK!) Average hazy yellow wheat. Nothing special here. Aroma was grassy, and sweet. Flavor...seemed a bit, well, way too carbonated. Not much of a honey note detected. OK, but, not memorable.
12-16-2007 23:09:16 | More by KI9A
4.43/5 rDev +37.2%
Rough filtering with 11 micron filter leaves enough yeast to give a slightly cloudy light gold Wheat beer with a persistant white head and lace. Malty sweetness is emphasized with Weyerman Honey malt that gives a very realistic honey flavor and aroma. Medium body and higher carbonation combine to increase Mouthfeel.
The ultimate session beer with lots of flavor.
03-03-2007 20:23:35 | More by karst
3.18/5 rDev -1.5%
Had this beer many times on the Thursday $1 pitcher nights at Morgan Street in St. Louis. Poured into a clear glass, the appearance is somewhat cloudy with a blonde hue. If you're looking for a wheat beer that is full of flavor, try elsewhere. But if you're just looking for a nice, lightly honey-tasting and hardly aromatic brew to go with your meal or kick off a night on the town, then I recommend it.
11-21-2006 07:07:21 | More by wagenvolks
3.9/5 rDev +20.7%
On tap at the brew-pub. This is one of the more popular M. Street brews. Light, golden hue with a great off-white head. Very thin honey and hop based nose. Up front, this is bordering on a medium bodied beer; wheat flavorings mixed with, to no surprise, some honey. Large malt based body. Very one sided, yet easy to drink, great on a hot day plus it matches well with most meals at the pub!
07-11-2004 03:14:39 | More by GeoffRizzo
3.55/5 rDev +9.9%
This honey wheat poured to give a cloudy, golden beer with no head. There was no aroma detectable from beginning to end. The taste was dry with the flavor of wheat. The mouthfeel was good. The drinkability was good, but perhaps this would have benefitted from a lemon slice. Not a bad effort, but perhaps this batch lacked a little something.
01-06-2003 03:16:09 | More by UncleJimbo
4.1/5 rDev +26.9%
This honey ale sits a light straw clear color with a light honey aroma. The flavors of honey and malty are immediately apparent, but do not over-power the senses. The hint of sharp spice helps to round off a very drinkable and well-built honey ale.
10-19-2002 19:33:50 | More by beernut7
Honey Wheat from Morgan Street Brewery
76 out of 100 based on 34 ratings.