Hefeweizen - Yazoo Brewing Company
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4.43/5 rDev +20.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5
A - Cloudy yellow with a thin layer of white head. 4.5
S- Clove, yeast esters, banana, bubble gum ans sweet bready malts.
T - Banana and bubble gum flavours are huge up front with some spice, clove, citrus and yeast esters.
M - Light to medium body. Creamy. Moderate carbonation.
Serving type: on-tap
04-29-2013 12:25:45 | More by TheSevenDuffs
4.01/5 rDev +8.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4
Bottle purchased from Frugal Mcdougal's, Nashville, TN. Poured into Pint Glass
As an avid Hefe drinker, this is a damn good beer. Does it taste like it's German counterparts? No. It is most definitely an american hefeweizen, but a damn good one at that. I would put it second behind only SN's Kellerweis as the best American Hefe i've had.
Looks like a normal hefe, unfiltered with nice yeast suspension. nice white head.
Smells like a typical hefe, heavier on the banana presence than a German one, and also some citrus and heavy coriander notes.
The taste is extremely banana heavy, more so than any other Hefe i've had. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, I personally love the taste of this beer, but it is pretty unique when you compare them to almost any other Hefeweizen, German or American. Taste is sweet and short, doesn't really last long, as it's a little watery, but it's still balanced pretty decent. Somewhere in the middle I also was getting some subtle vanilla and citrus notes. Basically this tastes like what you would expect a "light" hefe to taste like, with extra banana. It's very drinkable, and very refreshing as are most wheat beers.
Overall I would buy this again, as I like supporting local breweries. Living in Nashville, I can get this as fresh as you can possibly get... which is pretty important considering how fast wheat beers go sour. This is a very unique hefe, I found it rather enjoyable in it's own way, but not a solid representation of the style. If you really want to experience what a true Hefeweizen tastes like, start with a Weihenstephaner, and from there expand to Franziskaner, Paulaner, and even Ardinger.
Serving type: bottle
04-09-2013 02:30:44 | More by Roman5150
Hefeweizen from Yazoo Brewing Company
83 out of 100 based on 291 ratings.