Curim Gold Celtic Wheat Beer - Carlow Brewing Company
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3.6/5 rDev +13.6%
Clean golden pour, low white head, leaving just a few spots and a very thin lace.
Nice fruity smell, with green/yellow grape, apple juice, very mild orange zest, gooseberries, faint apricot. Touch of wheat.
Fresh bread dough and crisp lemon zest in the initial sip, developing into a sweeter citrus characteristic and some light orchard fruit notes. Nice grainy malts with rich fluffy wheat. The hops are a bit off in the finish, bit spicy, yes, but with a dry leafy bitterness that lingers a bit too much in the finish and pushes away all the fruitiness.
Medium body, prickly fizz, a bit buttery, fitting an American-style wheat.
Starts very promising but loses its appeal rather fast, so just ok, i guess.
04-26-2014 06:43:59 | More by dcmchew
3.3/5 rDev +4.1%
Poured from a 11.2 oz. bottle into a pint glass.
Pours a clear, bright golden color. Smells of tropical and ripe, dark fruits. Not much else. Malty and fruity with a surprising hoppy finish. Crisp carbonation with a little tartness. Light to medium body. Nothing special, but an interesting beer. I’ve never had anything quite like it.
01-06-2013 20:17:36 | More by kvnstfrd
2.68/5 rDev -15.5%
500 ml. bottle at Sir William´s pub, Ljubljana.
The aroma is slightly fruity & sweet. Looks like a pale ale, with a small head and no lace. The taste is sweet, slightly spicy and with light citric background. The carbonation is very soft.
This beer is a real disappointment for all wheat beer lovers especially for a beer from a brewery with such delightful products as their stout and the Irish Red are.
07-18-2012 12:41:09 | More by sirwilliamspub
3.15/5 rDev -0.6%
Appearance: I't mostly golden with a little bit of brassy color. The head is light and foamy a bit like frothed milk.
Aroma: Grainy, lemon peel, light breadiness, twinge of grassy notes. Minor citrus notes.
Taste: A little bit sweet in the front on the lines of biscuitiness and a light buttery texture. Light grassy and grain, twinges of lemon and traces of rye.
Notes: It's decent good for a warm day. Cheers.
07-15-2012 01:21:27 | More by horshack7
Curim Gold Celtic Wheat Beer from Carlow Brewing Company
74 out of 100 based on 116 ratings.