19th Hole Ale - CB Craft Brewers
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Ratings: 9 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
3.58/5 rDev -2.2%
On tap at the Buffalo Brewpub,poured a light clear straw color with not much head to speak of,light aromas I picked up some lightly toasted grain and orange peel with was more emphatic flavor wise.Big orangy flavors like orange rind or high pulp orange juice I havent had a beer with such a pronounced orange flavor I dont think overtop of toasted wheat malt not much in the way of hops here.I could see myself out on the frisbee golf course drinkin this since Iam not a golfer but a great warm weather beer this would be like in the NC heat I was living in until recently.
05-20-2006 02:45:32 | More by oberon
3.5/5 rDev -4.4%
On draught. Hazy appearance, as one might expect from a wheat beer. Lively level of carbonation. Being an American wheat flavored with a small amount of lemon zest, makes it quite tart and refreshing. American wheats are not my personal preference, but this is a good summer thirst quencher...on or off the course.
05-07-2002 09:41:17 | More by John
3.58/5 rDev -2.2%
A pre-packaged growler from Wegman's supermarket in Perinton (Rochester), NY.
Cloudy light-orange color. No head. Has chunks of something (presumably yeast) just sort of sitting there. Looks like it's glowing; looks nice.
Smell is an outstanding yeast aroma, with a kick of a pub ale. Butterscotchy, probably from ringwood yeast? Sweet and buttery. Bready and biscuity malt.
Some light sour apple in the taste. Dry pub ale flavors. A tad musty, but appropriate to the styel. More butterscotchy as it warms. Lots of apple flavors. The yeast is a necessary dry counter to the sweetish malt.
Thickness is a juice-like consistency. Finishes dry. Nice lasting film. Much better warmer. A bit sweeter than expected, but quite nice.
05-19-2008 03:44:17 | More by williamherbert
4.33/5 rDev +18.3%
A- Bright golden color, semi-clear, one finger thick fluffy white head that faded slowly
S- Citrus, wheat, pale malts, yeast, hint of flowery hops
T- Lemons, oranges, apples, yeast, wheat, light malts, slight hops bite
M- Light/medium body, medium carbonation, smooth, crisp, clean, fairly dry finish
D- Great session brew
This is another good brew by the people from Custom Brewcrafters. It's nice living so close to the brewery.
10-26-2008 20:29:17 | More by iceball585
3.83/5 rDev +4.6%
This is a great beginner beer. A light, yet hazy color gives good indication to what you're going to taste. a zesty, lemony wheat beer that is nothing more than refreshing. this is a really good drink to come home to after a long hot day at work durring the summer months. It beats lemonade. But it October. I'm going to stick to the porters and the ipas.
10-07-2003 23:38:57 | More by CBFanWish
2.88/5 rDev -21.3%
On tap at Bristol Harbour in Canandaigua, NY.
A fairly boring wheat ale. Very light and easily drinkable. Color was mild amber without much head. Smell was very faint, low in hops but with a fruity bubble gum scent. Taste was refreshing although it had this cheap fruity element to it that I wasn't a fan of. Tasted kind of like the squeezed in some Kool Aid or Hawaian Punch. It was drinkable but I won't be going back to this one (not that I'd ever get the chance).
10-11-2005 03:16:17 | More by LPorter33
4/5 rDev +9.3%
Had a sample of this during the brewery tour...picked up a growler on the way out.
Pours a crystal-clear-brassy-golden color with a nice white foamy head. The head will go way but a white ring remains around the glass. Lacing is minimal at best.
Smell is grassy, lemony and has a hint of pine.
The taste is mellow with a lemony feel.
Mouthfeel is good, crisp, clean and refreshing.
This is a good brew.
Overall I was impressed it's flavorful, clean and refreshing.
03-30-2006 06:39:10 | More by LucaBrasi
3.53/5 rDev -3.6%
Got this one on tap the other night after the bartender allowed me a sample after admitting he had no idea what it was.
This one pours really clear, with a thin pale golden hue, and a light head retention. It gives off a strong citrus smell, and tastes almost like you're drinking a lime. Typical of a summer brew each sip is light and crisp. This is a great beer for sweltering summer days, or if you're just in the mood for a light beer with flavor.
05-14-2008 13:58:24 | More by smilingPolitely
19th Hole Ale from CB Craft Brewers
- out of 100 based on 9 ratings.