Erdinger Weissbier Kristallklar - Erdinger Weissbräu
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4.59/5 rDev +28.2%
Scent is sweet bready. Pours very pale ,slightly hazy, yellow with very full and thick white head. Head lasts well and laces the glass in fine drapery to the bottom! Taste is crisp, honey lemon and biscuits. Very fine carbonation, no bitterness at all! Highly enjoyable.
08-25-2013 01:09:34 | More by CaptJackHarkness
4.43/5 rDev +23.7%
It is a very bright hay gold color with good lacing and a nice white head. It has a strong weizen aroma. The usual cloves banana, cloves and spices. The taste strongly resembles the smell except there are some citrus and floral esters from the hops. The mouthfeel is fizzy with a little burn and pretty light. It is to drink and a great anytime beer.
11-09-2008 17:15:23 | More by MTNboy
4.18/5 rDev +16.8%
A- Huge 3+ finger head, extremely clear, golden beer. The head is huge and reminds me of Miller, but it leaves very nice lacing down the glass as the foam fades. The color, clarity and ample carbonation reminds me of champagne. Jaw-droppingly beautiful, not your average looking wheat..
S- More of a grassy smelling wheat. Lots of elegant light malts and (again) champagne yeast. Subdued banana scents, but they are definitely there. This is not nearly as light smelling as I thought it would be; in fact, this is remarkably spicy. Almost aggressive smelling.
T- Lighter corn husk malts, slight adjunct quality, but with more depth. Not a bad beer, just nothing spectacular. Slightly above average, quite refreshing and light but not completely boring. Almost zero aftertaste, maybe a slight spice.
M- Quite good. Despite it's bubbly nature, the carbonation is not overwhelming; in fact, like everything about htis beer, the bubbles are subdued. Unexpectedly thicker body,which is quite nice.
D- Excellent drinkability. Very sessionable, slightly higher ABV but nothing overpowering.
03-02-2010 22:56:25 | More by SamN
4.15/5 rDev +15.9%
Tried this at the Sunsinger wine shop in Champaign IL with my parents. My dad is a BMC guy, who is occasionally willing to try my "weird beers," and I ordered this for us since I thought that it would be relitively unintimidating and refreshing.
A - Clear macro lager pale yellow hue with a big three finger head that leaves quite a bit of foamy lace on the glass.
S - Fruity and clean with big yeasty donut qualities and some massive buttery diacetyl notes. Butterscotch and pancakes with butter and syrup. Really unique and aromatic.
T - Sweet fruity chewy candy...like Sweedish fish or something. Subdued fruitcake and date flavors behind a massive wall of buttersotch. I personally love diacetyl-laden beers, and this one has it in boatloads.
M - Full bodied, softly carbonated, and chewy. Refreshing with a clean and sweet finish.
D - Excellent. Really fruity, buttery, and thirst quenching. This was an excellent crossover beer for lager-lovers who fear anything dark or hoppy. My dad loved it and actually considered buying something similar for home consumption! I may be getting closer to converting him to good beer!
07-29-2007 13:35:39 | More by pmcadamis
4.1/5 rDev +14.5%
POured from a 1pt 0.9oz bottle into a Weihenstephenae weiss glass.
A - Poured a slightly cloudy straw color with a thick head of white foam. Excellent lacing and carbonation.
S - Slightly herbal/medicinal aroma. Slightly metallic with hints of banana and clove.
T - Herbal flavor with hints of spice, citrus and honey.
MF&D - Light body, crisp and easy to drink.
10-20-2009 18:47:03 | More by nasty15108
4.08/5 rDev +14%
Served in a Franziskaner glass at 10.1°C (approx 50°F)
A: Crystal clear (as the name suggests), yellow liquid. You can see right through it. Love the color! Very fluffy white head, which lasts the entire review and longer. Beautiful!
S: Malted wheat, yeast, banana and perhaps some mandarin orange. Much more like a Hefe than a Kristall, but still good.
T: A little like a lager actually. Wheat malt, little hop aroma and VERY sweet. Almost like vanilla. Actually, there's a lot of vanilla aromas in this. Nice, but a bit too much on the sweeter side than expected.
M: The head makes it thick, creamy and fluffy, however the body is quite light (maybe medium). Once again, a bit too sweet
D: Very easily drinkable, even flow of CO2 and a smooth and thirst quenching satisfaction. Perfect summer brew
03-07-2009 16:33:44 | More by krunchie
4.03/5 rDev +12.6%
Clean, tasty with the stubborn, lacey foam (good). I can take or leave the "hefe" in my weizen and in this one I don't miss the yeast. Thirst quenching. German goodness throughout. I wish there was a category for "value" because the only strike against it is the price per bottle.
05-13-2002 10:33:26 | More by EagleTalon
4.03/5 rDev +12.6%
Pour: golden yellow color with carbonation 2 finger head with lacing.
Nose: malt, wheat, straw, and a hint of citrus.
Taste: Wheat, yeast malt character with hints of citrus.
Body: thin, not watery
Finish clean easy drinking. I really enjoyed drinking this beer.
12-11-2008 22:30:15 | More by colts9016
4.03/5 rDev +12.6%
Deep gold, huge white head steadily shrinks to rich, foamy ring, some lace.
Aroma is lots of fruity grain, apple, light yeasty bread dough, light herb and hint of mineral.
Taste is light, crisp fruity grain, dough, apple, apple peel, hints of herb, lemon and mineral – all very light and ultimately mostly dominated by mineral, apple and hint of grassy citrus, with the finish being mostly mineral and apple. It has a nice, zesty feel, is light and crisp. Character is light and rather simple, but it’s very pleasant and drinkable, with enough body and character to keep it going.
04-27-2011 21:08:09 | More by Offa
Erdinger Weissbier Kristallklar from Erdinger Weissbräu
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