Anyone try the paw paw wheat yet from Jackie o?

Discussion in 'US - Midwest' started by Djc, May 15, 2014.

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  1. Djc

    Djc Initiate (0) Jan 5, 2014 Ohio

    Is it good? That label for it has to be one of the best labels I have ever seen.
     
  2. ohiobeer29

    ohiobeer29 Defender (649) Feb 2, 2013 Ohio

    had it last night a few notches below hop juju
     
  3. Djc

    Djc Initiate (0) Jan 5, 2014 Ohio

    That's pretty solid then. Thanks!
     
  4. ODYSEYY

    ODYSEYY Initiate (0) Jul 30, 2013 Ohio

    I had it on tap a couple of times and really enjoyed it. I'm not sure if anything changes from then to the bottling, but I'd give it a solid 4/5.
     
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  5. jampics2

    jampics2 Poo-Bah (1,808) Dec 19, 2008 Ohio
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    OK, serious question - why are you comparing an imperial wheat ale with fruit to a West Coast DIPA?
     
  6. ohiobeer29

    ohiobeer29 Defender (649) Feb 2, 2013 Ohio

    in terms of fruit notes I got the same type of fruit notes from paw paw that I got from juju.pawpaw being more sweet than juju but juju delivering a better drinking experience overall.also to give the Op an idea of what to expect since I'm sure most people here in Ohio have had or read about juju so this gives them an good idea of what to expect.around here we got 1 case of paw paw and it sold out quickly
     
  7. pest

    pest Disciple (372) Sep 2, 2007 Ohio
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    paw paw is good but I prefer it funky :grinning:
     
  8. kgncfl

    kgncfl Aspirant (208) Dec 24, 2013 Washington
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    I have one in my fridge chilling now. Ohio's state fruit!
     
  9. Djc

    Djc Initiate (0) Jan 5, 2014 Ohio

    I tried mine last night. It was pretty good I enjoyed it. I would buy again for sure.
     
  10. beace

    beace Initiate (0) Jan 18, 2007 California

    Different base than Funky South Paw. Our Pawpaw Pale ale, South Paw, is the base for FSP. Pawpaw Wheat is much stronger, quite different. As far as pawpaw beers go, FSP is my favorite too.
     
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