Grace House Honey Wheat - Wagner Valley Brewery
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3/5 rDev -8.8%
Poured from the bottle into a wine glass because that is all I have at the Inn at Honey Run in millersburg ohio...side note, this place is awesome.
Appearance - a yellow orange pour. The color of a wheat field if you will.
Smell - just sweetness...unfortunately it isn't a good smelling sweetness.
Taste - not too much of a taste, pretty weak and average.
Mouthfeel - average.
Overall - a very average beer.
01-25-2013 22:12:52 | More by Bills453
3.23/5 rDev -1.8%
Poured into a Killian's nonic pint. This is a live review being done as I drink! I bet you're super impressed.
A: Honey amber with golden highlights evident when you hold it up to the light. Poured with one finger of white head that slowly faded down to a small layer of foam. Crystal clear with a steady stream of carbonation evident in suspension. One hell of a pretty beer. If you saw it, you'd be like, "Man, I would totally bang that beer." And then the doctors would talk to you about your worsening paraphilia again and suggest a range of treatment options because the current ones "aren't working, Dave."
S: Scent is a bit weak while cold. Some wheat and a little citrus.
T: Sort of an odd, subtle musk which gives way to a touch of citrus, moving into a modest crackery/bready flavor with a faintly floral/fruity flourish at the finish. Is as good an excuse as any for alliteration. Honey really comes on at the end as it warms.
M: Light without being thin. Rambling carbonation is a little over much, but you'll get used to it and eventually settle down when you realize that you're not getting any younger and the two of you have at least a few things in common. Even though deep down you know you're settling, because she'll never be honey amber with golden highlights.
O: Wagner's bread and butter is actually wine, which we ain't going to focus on here, but I think it shows. This is a solid wheat that you might be happy with, but you can't picture yourself running across fields of flowers and wrapping your arms around it, falling into the grass and frolicking before leaning in for a tender kiss.
Check it out if you're in the area during the summer.
10-18-2012 21:33:21 | More by DirtyPenny
3.48/5 rDev +5.8%
Out of a bottle this beer was a golden color with a slight orange hue. The head was two fingers of white foam that left streaks of lacing. The aroma was of wheat, sweet breads and a bit of herbal hops. The flavors were of grassy hops, some citrus, wheat and a hint of honey. The mouthfeel was a bit thin, the body medium and the carbonation light.
11-04-2011 13:14:12 | More by thekevlarkid
3.73/5 rDev +13.4%
A- pours a transparent golden color, very clear not cloudy at all, zero sediment. Head virtually nonexistent and what does pour fades quickly.
S- light and refreshing, a hint of honey as the name would suggest, reminds me of the old sugar smacks I used to eat for breakfast.
T- a sweet honey flavor accompanied by just a touch of burnt toast. I'd like more of the same, but there's just not a whole lot there.
M- light bodied, crisp, refreshing, carbonation is evident.
D- An excellent choice for some summer refreshment. Keep the honey and add some body to it and you could have a decent start on a unique brew.
10-22-2010 03:38:18 | More by Franz4
3.33/5 rDev +1.2%
A: Pours a nice golden color with a small head that fades quickly with no lacing.
S: Has a primarily grain aroma woth a hint of honey sweetness.
T: Has a mild wheat taste with a like sticky sweetness.
F: Light body with a light grain & sticky aftertaste.
D: Decent for a small brewer. Got this as part of a 6-pack mixer.
10-05-2010 21:40:48 | More by soju6
3.83/5 rDev +16.4%
This beer pours a very light yellow with a golden tint to it. It is super clear and filtered. There is barely any head to it and what there is waves good bye pretty quickly.
This beer smells wheaty and like very biscuity malts. I detected some fruits in there possibly some oranges and blueberries probably from the honey.
The taste of this beer was very minimalistic. It was very faint on the wheat and also on some bisquity malts. It was very crisp and clean with no hops or acidity. It was so light that it would almost be a good replacement for a regular lager. Newcomers to the craft beer industry might find this to be a converter.
It is a decent beer that can be enjoyed outside on warm summer nights.
09-08-2010 22:51:53 | More by cooch69
3.38/5 rDev +2.7%
Pours golden with a very (almost too) large foamy head that doesn't take long to settle to a lasting thin cover. Lacing sticks further down the glass.
The smell is of wheat tang, some bread/yeast and honey.
The taste is of wheat tang, some vague orange peel, and a sweet honey kiss. Honey noticeable but not overbearing. Sweet, but with a mild dryness in the finish.
Light-bodied, rather fizzy (with the body becoming a bit foamy as it goes over the tongue - even after the head has settled).
Honey gives a sweet touch without being overbearing. Otherwise a decent enough Pale Wheat - hits style well enough. With a few tweaks (esp. the foaminess), this could be a fine (warm-weather) refresher.
02-03-2010 23:33:03 | More by jwc215
2.5/5 rDev -24%
A less than stellar brew here that begins with a timid base beer and has a tough time avoiding some yeast and hop/grain problems.
A somewhat grainy- somewhat malty base beer shows hints of raw grain and very slight wheat maltiness on a fair pilsner, bready flavor. Lemony and grassy in the hop additions but become unnecessarily bitey but do offer nice flavors at mid-palate. Yeasty pepper notes help to add complexity but the heavy plastic phenols hurt with the oneset of aroma. Other esters of bruised apricots, apples, peaches and pears make for a fruity beer. Ultimately the beer struggles to find mediocracy.
07-16-2009 02:43:13 | More by BEERchitect
3.2/5 rDev -2.7%
Got this an extra from PEBCAK, cheers Adam!
Pours an effervescent apricot with a finger of beige head. Zero head retention & lacing
S: Some grassyness & cereal scents & sweet bread
T: Grassy & lemony hops, along with dryness & some honey malt up front. Grassyness & a hint of green apple as this warms, along with a small bit of grapefruit bitterness. Finishes with a bit of apple peel & grassyness
MF: Medium bodied, crisp with restrained carbonation
Drinks alright, but any more than 2 of these & I believe I'd be bored
07-06-2009 01:49:31 | More by russpowell
3.2/5 rDev -2.7%
Part of a mixed six I picked up somewhere in the city. I haven't seen it here before. Shelf was fully stocked, so I'm assuming it's all fresh.
Crispy, clear, & vibrantly gold. An inch of thinning egg white froth. Poured into my DFH tumbler.
Smell is of hot tin & carmelization, as well as mild wheat. A little white bread on the end, as well as an attic-like stuffiness.
Tastes like a very mild pale. Just a touch of tart graininess throughout, with some salt & citric acid on the end, trailing dry. A refreshing spritzer, with just an inch of wheat lending body.
Carbonation is stiff, alcohol is fine right where it is.
Price surely must be better upstate, as I payed $11 for the privilege down here.
05-18-2009 05:08:58 | More by PEBKAC
Grace House Honey Wheat from Wagner Valley Brewery
77 out of 100 based on 45 ratings.