Schneider Weisse Tap X Mein Nelson Sauvin | Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH

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Schneider Weisse Tap X Mein Nelson SauvinSchneider Weisse Tap X Mein Nelson Sauvin

Brewed by:
Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH

Style: Weizenbock

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 7.30%

Availability: Rotating

Notes / Commercial Description:
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Photo of charlzm
3.8/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Consumed February 26th, 2012.

Beer pours a somewhat cloudy dark golden/orange. Two finger meringue-like fine white head.

Aromas are interesting: soft powdery yeast, coriander, white grape and wheat.

Mild flavor. Some toasty malty up front, followed by grassiness and lemon zest. White grapes drift through in the background, Low bitterness. Compared to style guidelines, a little lacking.

A little dry on the finish, but not overly so. At the same time, the beer is very wet feeling in the mouth.

Nothing amazingly special, but a very well-made beer.

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Photo of bylerteck
4.09/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle from Beer Deluxe. From notes.

A - Poured golden and bright with a fluffy and dense two finger dense head. Spotty lace and a film of retention.

S - Gentle citrus hops, banana/hop combo. Smells like hoppy bananas. Really cool. Really inviting.

T - Banana candy, citrus, bread and wheat. Sweet fruits, tropical fruit as well. Lot's of fruit and a banana combined.

M - Good carbonation, light to medium body, wheaty finish.

O/D - A really interesting beer. Nice Hefe character combined with Nelson. Really drinkable and enjoyable.

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Photo of JohnnyBarman
3.95/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

750mL bottle from the LCBO. Handsome design, nice bottle. Poured into a World Cup weizen glass (with a football forming the bell) and enjoyed whilst watching the Germany-Netherlands Euro match.

Slightly murky deep golden in colour. Big fluffy head that recedes into a thick ring with patches of lacing. The yeast is well - contained in the bottle so it shouldn't be an issue.

Nose is quite pleasant and I can see the influence of the tropical NZ hops immediately. In addition to soft banana, bubblegum and some more than subtle clove, there is some nice white wine, orange and tropical floral notes. That extra booze and wheat malt places this brew firmly in weizenbock camp, however.

Traditional weizen notes are certainly here, and there are subtle notes of tropical fruit and grape/wine. Not as refreshing and lively as was anticipated, but still quite nice. The mouthfeel of the weizrnbock is a bit much, however, and the carbonation is lower than I would have liked.

An intriguing effort, and certainly enjoyable, though I wonder if a straight hefe would have been a better showcase of the hops here. For the price tag, probably not again, but certainly worth trying.

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Photo of Phyl21ca
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle: Poured a hazy dirty yellowish color beer with a large off-white foamy head with good retention and some light lacing. Aroma of dry hops with light citrus notes and floral undertones with loads of wheat malt with subtle bubble gum notes. Taste is a complex mix of wheat malt and light bubblegum notes with a huge amount of wheat malt notes and some dry and floral hops with light citrus finish. Body is full with great carbonation and no apparent alcohol. Very well brewed with great amount of complexity match by a good drinkability level.

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Photo of cyrenaica
3.5/5  rDev -14%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle
7.3% ABV

I tried this beer on June 2, 2012 after purchasing from the Queen's Quay LCBO outlet in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The beer poured a hazy medium gold colour with a thin white cap. The aroma was wheat malt, banana, clove, and undefinable spices. The mouthfeel was medium bodied with medium carbonation. The flavour was wheat malt, sweet malt, light fruits, and weak spices.

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Photo of peensteen
4.1/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Hazy blonde orange colour, 2 fingers of creamy white head, some lace left behind. Smell is of banana and yeast, fruity qualities, a belgian like green apple is there, tropical.citrus fruits, spicy and quite hoppy. Taste is quite fruity upfront leading into flavours of banana, some light alcohol, spice and cloves, hoppy, yeast and spice in the finish with an aftertaste of tropical fruit. Medium carbonation, creamy, medium-full body. Great stuff here, finished the 750ml with no problems, different take on the style and enjoyable all around.

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Photo of andrenaline
3.95/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A - Pours a hazy murky orange color, thumb of head with solid retention and sporadic lacing.

S - A unique citrus scent with orange and lemon rind, bready notes, biscuit, wheat comes through on the finish.

T - Light fruity flavour, nice bananas and hints of cloves, wheat lingers alongside a touch of alcohol sweetness. A nice earthy bitterness comes through nicely as well.

M - Lighter bodied ale that could use a bit of a carbonation lift, but goes down smooth and finishes wet.

O - A yummy wiezenbock well worth taking for a spin. Super stoked that the LCBO brought this one in. Fantastic ale and I really enjoyed it.

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Photo of korguy123
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Part of the Summer 2012 release a the LCBO @ $8.95/ 1pt 9.4 Fl Oz
Label states "Brewed in 2011 to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the ABT Cafes in Holland"
Poured into Weizen glass.

A- Slightly hazy orange/gold pour. Two and a half fingers of soapy snow white head. Lacing is just glued to the glass and the amount of carbonation ascending from the bottom of the glass is astounding.

S- Banana and cloves as expected, slight cookie aroma. Followed by a faint orange and lemon presence from the Nelson Sauvin hops. Quite sweet and citrusy.

T- Right off the bat you get a floral hop with a nice juicy citrus. The banana takes second fiddle to these which really ramps up the fresh feeling and taste without shying away from the fact that it's a Weizenbock.

M- Light with a juicy feel and a quick dry finish. Great carbonation.

O- I really didn't see how this beer would be special. After tasting what only changing a hop variety can do it's quite remarkable the difference.

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Photo of biegaman
3.92/5  rDev -3.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Nelson Sauvin hops are characteristically lemony and German hefeweizens typically smell and taste of banana. This beer, which blends the two, looks it: bright lemon yellow at some angles while more of a tarnished golden (like banana peel) in other light. The head is a giant crater, looking like the surface of the moon or something.

The aroma clarifies: this is a weizenbock, not a hefeweizen! The extra few notches of alcohol are more apparent than the unusual hops; the banana, rather than fresh fruit, smells like a festering, blackened peel and the bubblegum seems like something donated by the witch from Hansel and Gretel. There's enough clove to make your sneeze.

The beer does taste, however, much like a conventional hefeweizen, albeit that much stronger and with lemon put in place where banana usually goes. The soapy, citrusy acidity of Nelson Sauvin hops is a little more appreciated in the flavor, though it's still easily overlooked in a weizen that boasts plenty of spice, herbals, and fruit esters.

Though very recently imported, all the bottles in this market say "abt 2011". Unless the brewery decided to brew this again and were too cheap to shell out for new stickers, that would mean that this bottle is no spring chicken (possibly not even a late summer rooster, depending). That might explain why it's not quite up living up to expectations...

What's missing most, in contrast to something like Schneider Weisse Original that is, is a creamy fullness and refreshing, spritzy carbonation. This isn't without those features, mind you, but they've bowed to the strength of alcohol, spicy phenols and esters of bruised, fermenting fruit. It's not the patio quencher I thought it'd be, that's for sure.

None of what I've described is bad. In fact, these are inherently good features. However, when I imagined combining one of Germany's most refreshing wheat beers with citrusy, lemony hops, I was expecting something more easily approachable and refreshing. This lends itself more to slow drinking, which is unfortunate as it loses luster once losing its chill.

Schneider Weisse Tap X Mein Nelson Sauvin is a wheat beer as heavy as the bottle it comes in. It's also as strong as its name is long and hard to pronounce and, as a German beer that showcases New Zealand hops brewed for a Dutch cafe, is every bit as distinctive as it sounds. That said, I didn't enjoy it terribly and will think twice about buying it again. The earlier collaboration with Brooklyn was, for my tastes, a much better offering.

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Photo of opalchemist
3.88/5  rDev -4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Hazy gold [hint of red gold]. Very thin and disappearing white head.

Fruity yeast, with bready undertones.

Yeasty and balanced taste - neither too sweet, nor too sour; after first impression, some floral bitterness.

Refreshing, though concentrated, medium however fantastic integrated carbonation.

There is a pleasant alcohol warmth [not a burn] recognizable - most bitterness is fading away, though an agreeable trace is over several minutes detectable.

Unique beer - from start to the end - it is even sold in a nice but uncommon 0.75l bottle [rather a prosecco bottle]. Not necessary 100% my taste, but better than most other wheats. Thumbs up!

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Photo of damndirtyape
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750 mL bottle poured into a Weihenstephaner hefeweizen glass. Bottled 2011. Slow pour did not carry a lot of the yeast sediment along.

Appearance: Hazy golden yellow/amber color with an off white thin foam on top about 1/16" thick. Persistent islands of lacing noted. Tiny little bubbles coming up through the beer.

Smell: Fruit (grapes?), yeast, cloves, mild floral notes.

Taste: Fruit (grape again - mildly white wine like) up front, them moving into malt sweetness in the middle, short bitter finish - not a lingering finish on the palate.

Mouthfeel: Smooth, good carbonation, nice thickness. Mildly spicy on the tongue - not sure if that's the carbonation or the beer though.

Overall / Drinkability: Too expensive to get often, but quite interesting to try out. I suspect that the grape fruitiness I'm tasting is the Nelson Sauvin hops, but I don't know that for sure. A bit more flavorful than other Weizenbocks I've had, but I suspect part of that is due to the fact that I did not get all the yeast sediment into the glass. I've found far more often than not that if too much of the sediment comes into the glass, everything gets muddled and dominated by the yeast. In this case, the yeast was pretty well caked onto the bottom of the bottle (had to really shake it when rinsing it out) so I think the fact that the yeast didn't come along in the pour really helped me taste this beer and the unique hops put into it. So overall, a very drinkable beer (wishing I had more right now) and quite interesting, but due to the cost, it's more of a special occasion beer. The special hops really do come through, but I think only because most of the yeast stayed behind. Had the yeast come through I think I would have missed all the aroma and flavor like some of the other reviews suggest. Therefore I can say that this is a good beer. Not amazing, but definitely good if you leave the yeast sediment behind.

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Photo of dasenebler
4.22/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

750ml, purchased December 2011.

Pours a surprisingly clear light amber with a small head for a Weisbier style. Nice lacing, average retention.

Aroma has a pleasant spiciness to it, with phenolic notes of clove and nutmeg. Not much hops, though a bit of grapey tang (Nelson?). Overall it smells like a typical Weizen to me.

The flavor is light yet complex. The phenols of the aroma carry over to the flavor, with warming notes of clove and other spices. Slightly acidic, with a lot of yeasty flavor. Bready, rustic malts are apparent but never heavy. The finish is exceptionally clean, with a mellow bitterness. Carbonation is surprisingly low for the style; however, the mouthfeel is very smooth and velvety.

Another highly drinkable Weisbier from Schneider. Though it didn't wow me with its aroma or flavor, I think it's well-crafted. My only complaint is that the Nelson Sauvin hops aren't more apparent, especially considering the beer's namesake. Prost!

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Photo of spicelab
3.6/5  rDev -11.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750mL bottle thanks to [email protected] Liquor.

Heavily hazed light apricot with a billowing white head that falls very slowly with spotty lacing to a final raised ring.

Despite the Nelson hopping it's a mostly yeast-driven nose, brimming with esters and floral notes. Banana, bubble gum, candy cane, pears, potpourri and apricot danish. There's a bit of pithy sourness, maybe grapefruit rind and bitter melons. The vegetal Nelson character struggles to come through, but brings a little roundness and relief from the sweetness.

Flavours are drier - which is good, but a fair bit lighter and emptier - which isn't. The Nelson imparts a bit of grassiness which helps offset the sweetness, but there's nothing like the depth in the ester profile that was present in the nose. Pretty much an amorphous sweet, floral, grassy collision.

Light to medium with unexpectedly mild carbonation and a satisfying clean and mildly tart finish.

Had high hopes for this after the nose, but the flavour profile falls a bit flat and the Nelson struggles to get a guernsey.

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Photo of danieelol
3.13/5  rDev -23.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

Thanks to IBS staff.

Pours a nice mango peach spritzer colour. Decent head/lacing.

Smell is nice rich musty wheat notes typical of the Schneider house profile. Think banana paddle pops and massive bubble gum. Do not get a big sense of the Nelson here, there is perhaps a subtle grape/Ribena presence.

Taste is more Schneider house bubble gum. There is a bit of the alluded-to-on-the-label sourness.

Mouthfeel is decently thick, a touch sweet.

Decent wheat beer but the Nelson just doesn't come through. Much prefer the brashness of the Schneider hopfenweisse. In light of this, this beer is pretty poor value. You're paying a big premium for something which tastes just like Schneider's other wheat beers.

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Photo of dgilks
4.35/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Hazy golden colour with a smooth, creamy, off-white head. Decent head retention.

Bright tropical fruit that blends in amazingly with the banana notes of the hefeweizen. The wheat is subdued but the best part is this really well mixed mango and banana.

Again, more great fruit notes with a balance of mango, passionfruit and banana. Tart, crisp wheat adds nice complexity. Refined.

Medium-light body with moderate to moderately-high carbonation.

This is an exceptionally refined and well crafted beer. The combination of hop and hefeweizen is well executed. One of the best beers I've had recently.

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Photo of beerdrifter
4/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked this up at my favorite beer store in Belgium, Dranken Geers. Beautiful golden yellow, not quite orange cloudy pour with a huge three finger snow white head with great retention and crazy lacing. The nose is typical Weizen with lots of clove, banana, and pineapple. But for me, the Nelson Sauvin made it stand apart in a subtle and pleasant way. The hops are definitely there, but not as in-your-face as I've experienced in the past with other styles brewed with Nelson Sauvin. The same is true in the taste with the standard hints of clove and banana, but there's more of a fruity flowery and subtle vinous tinge to this beer. I have to believe it's the Nelson Sauvin that make this so unique. I've lived in Germany for 11 years and never been a Weizen fan, but this beer is so much different than the typical German Weizen. The mouthfeel is medium bodied with a nice slightly dry, refreshing finish. Still not a Weizen fan, but I would definitely revisit this beer if the price tag would come down a bit...

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Photo of stakem
4.27/5  rDev +4.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a brutus-sized weizen glass from a 750ml bottle. The brew appears a clouded light orange custard color. 4 fingers thick pillowy white head appears and fades to a thin layering atop leaving small patchy lace.

The smell is spicy with pepper and clove. Banana and dry fruits a bit like pear and apple skin round things out with a very traditional feel to this. Some grainy wheat tang brings out some sweetness augmented by a hint of white grape juice from the Sauvin hops which takes this brew off in a unique and very enjoyable direction.

The taste is tart with wheat. A lot of spicy character including pepper and clove initially. Some apple/pear skins and a wheat flavor increases bringing out a bit of sweetness. All the while there is a mild bitterness present keeping things in check with a tartness of white grape juice. Mild tannic nature across the back increases the perceived bitterness. The aftertaste is dry and fruity with more of that Nelson character opening up as it warms.

This is a medium bodied feel and moderately carbonated. A bit more hoppiness than expected in this style but that's what this beer is all about. The alcohol warmth is perfectly integrated making this an all around perfectly balanced weizenbier. This is a must try for wheat beer lovers. I'm not sold on the weizenbock classification here. Sure it is of bock strength but it is very pale in color and if not for the increased abv, it is very much a hefeweizen. Regardless, I am sold on this brew and would love to have it again. I hope this I'd a start for new things to come from Schneider. Well done!

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Photo of PeprSprYoFace
3.37/5  rDev -17.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Picked thi up because I really was interested in it. Poured into a tulip. Comes in a nice looking bottle. Has a nice hazy honey color. Had a nice head but it dissipated fast. Some sticky lacing.

Aroma is the best part. Very clovey and wheaty malty. You can smell some of the Nelson hop aroma.

Taste is lacking a bit. It's actually not very flavorful. Decent bitterness in the finish but not much malt even though the nose would suggest a lot more flavor.

Mouthfeel is very thin for the alcohol volume and for the aromas and favors. Needs more body. Kinda lower carb.

Overall I'm kinda disappointed. I like regular Schneider Weisse Better

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Photo of DoubleJ
4.27/5  rDev +4.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I love me some Schneider Weiss, and with the utilization of my favorite hop variety, this must be a perfect marriage. But damn, it's expensive! Luckily, Sergio was kind enough to share a bottle in his apartment in São Paulo. Thanks Sergio. Coming out of a decorative 750 ml bottle, on to the beer:

Toasted orange color with a bright, hazy look. The head and lace given off are reasonable. The nose, okay....we got the usual and pleasing banana and cinnamon. From the Nelon Sauvin hops, we get a gentle addition of canteloupe. I thought the hop presence would be bigger, but it's all good.

If you're expecting to get a palate wrecking of these hops, you're out of luck. The placement and dosage of the hops though, more than makes up for any "kitchen sink" tactics. Subtle canteloupe and honeydue gently introduce the wave to come, which includes banana bread, assorted baking spices, nutmeg, and a kiss of honeydue again at the end. The body is a little bigger than medium, though not quite full. It's gentle, and there is no sign of the 7.3% ABV.

Hefeweizen, weizenbock, who cares! This is delightful. Is it $20 delightful? That's pushing it...

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Photo of JustinQ
3.5/5  rDev -14%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

15$ for 750ml bottle. Poured into .5L Weizen Glass

Appearance: Goldem, Cloudy, Thick two finger head. BIG bubbles in the carbonation. Champagne looking

Aroma: Fruity, spicy, lemony, citrus. Cloves. Slight booze backnotes

Taste: Creamy, Banana notes. Earthyness.

Mouthfeel: Creamy with high co2 bite.

Overall: Pretty Good beer. Definantly not worth the 15$

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Photo of liamt07
4.08/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Steve's bottle from Premier, 750ml into a tulip. One and only 2011 vintage - shared on my inaugural brewday.

Unfiltered golden orange/brown, brilliant white head that leaves lots of lacing and good retention. Nose is fruity with lots of tropical notes; a generous amount of wheat and lesser spicing is there. Sweet and certainly inviting. Taste has some dry wheaty flavours and the lovely juicy tropical fruitiness is revisited - mango, passionfruit and some nectarine pits stick out. Sweeter in the finish, with some spice character. I can draw alot of parallels between this and the Schneider-Brooklyner Weizenbock. Full bodied, with no alcohol and really smooth. Incredibly drinkable in terms of flavour, but not in price tag based on what Steve told me he paid for this - just way too expensive to revisit again for what it is.

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Photo of gford217
3.62/5  rDev -11.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle.

Pours a hazy golden yellow with a big foamy white head that recedes quickly to a small soapy collar.

Aroma has lots of wheat character with bubble gum and banana sweetness alongside some light spices. But the added complexity comes from the floral hops, lemongrass comes to mind.

The taste has the initial citrus and floral hops that give way to the more familiar Schneider wheat character - sweet bananas, fruity esters, hints of clove. The finish is more dry and bitter than most weizenbocks.

The mouthfeel is lively and effervescent, light to medium bodied.

This is an interesting take on the style with the hops adding something to the mix. I'm not sure I'd put it up there with the best in the style as it doesn't come together completely for me.

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Photo of kojevergas
3.6/5  rDev -11.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

750 ml brown glass bottle with standard pressure cap served into an EKU 28 snifter in low altitude Los Angles, California. Reviewed from notes. Expectations are high given this beer's reputation.

A: Pours a one and half finger head of fair cream and thickness, and pretty good retention. Colour is a murky dark yellow.

Sm: Wheat, floral notes, light hops, hints of sourness, some fruit esters, and a light lactic hint. A mild strength aroma.

T: Orange peel, light floral notes, a brief hint of sourness, some lactic notes. Well balanced and built. Fresh and pleasant. Refreshing. Some apple; maybe pear. The wheat foundation is well handled and suits the balance nicely.

Mf: Smooth and wet, suiting the flavours well. Not too thick nor too thin. A bit overcarbonated perhaps.

Dr/Ov: Drinkable. Very pleasant and enjoyable. The alcohol hardly comes through at all.


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Photo of woosterbill
4.09/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Big bottle into a medium-sized Duvel tulip. Thanks go out to whoever shared this at the tasting.

A: Hazy gold body with a solid 1/2" cap of frothy off-white head. Ok retention, spotty lace. Quite decent.

S: Light clove, moderate banana, some cinnamon, and plenty of floral hops. Lovely.

T: Follows the nose: fruity, flowers, and spice, in that order. Very soft, clean finish. Tasty.

M: Fairly light, soft, moderately carbonated. Pleasant.

O: I reviewed this thinking it was more of a 6% Hefeweizen than a 7.3% Weizenbock, and I still think it tastes more like the former option. It's rather understated for a Weizenbock, but not in a bad way. The hops add a nice layer of complexity to an otherwise standard (but flawless) Weizen. Worth a try if you like the style, but don't expect anything too crazy.


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Photo of soulgrowl
4.05/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Sandy, sunny orange with a nice white head. Aroma is mostly classic Bavarian, lots of clove and banana, a twang of canned pineapple, slight medicinal phenols, and as for the Nelson Sauvin... it's in there, but you have to sniff around for it. There is just the faintest tinge of passion fruit and gooseberry to give it away.

Dry, spicy, and fruity masterfully balanced; huge cloves that come and go, white bread, and a fruit punch of pineapple, banana, lemon, papaya, and even a little juicy strawberry in the finish. Tangy and slightly vinous as well, with sharp yet very fine carbonation.

Not a whole lot different or better from other Schneider Weisse beers of similar color (like the original or the blonde or even Hopfenweiss), but certainly worth a try. Perfectly enjoyable if not tremendously interesting.

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Schneider Weisse Tap X Mein Nelson Sauvin from Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH
4.07 out of 5 based on 283 ratings.
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