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Broadway Pub - Dandelions

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Beer Style: 
Flavoured Beer
Serving Style.: 
341 ML Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
4.0% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
Broue Ha Ha
Beer Rating: 
4

Broadway Pub - Dandelions

The label says that this is "Belgian Ale Honey & Dandelions". Let's find out.
Pours a very pale and slightly cloudy yellow with a huge white head which quickly reduces and leaves no lace.
Aroma is very malty with hints of citrus and if I try really hard I can get traces of dandelion wine.
Feel is quite rich and creamy.
Taste is not bad at all, Wheat dough comes through strongly along with hints of barley malt, if there is any honey in here it is quite faint. Some light banana and a touch of light lemon citrus.
I don't taste the dandelion at all but it is still a great refreshing wheat beer. The yeast used does not give off the expected heavy dose of bubblegum and banana but the beer is not poorer for that.
All in all, a great summer beer, light in alcohol and perfect for the patio.
I guess it is fairly close to a Belgian Wheat beer in style, not perfect but pretty close.




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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
75
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
1

Dupont Cervesia
 
Pours cloudy pale yellow with a thick and full white head.
Unfortunately the sample I had was skunked so I can't really say much about it.
The feel was about medium
Any tasting can't be a fair review because it was skunked.
I get a bit of citrus and honey but it is all too buried by the skunking.
Too bad, I was looking forward to trying this and it might have been a very good beer.
Guess I would be fairly safe in saying that it doesn't travel well.
 
 




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