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Georg Schneider's Organic Weisen Edel-Weisse

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Beer Style: 
Weissen
Serving Style.: 
500 ML Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
6.2% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating: 
4

Georg Schneider's Organic Weisen Edel-Weisse

A huge white head which slowly reduces but never completely dies. A lot of lacing on the glass.
The beer itself is a cloudy pale yellow.
The aroma is banana and clove with some ginger and a faint metallic smell.
Feel is fairly thin and watery but still chewy.
The taste starts with a big hit of banana, bubblegum and cloves. The metallic taste comes through faintly along with some nice light citrus notes.
The finish is banana with that nice orange citrus brightness lingering for a long while.
I like this beer a lot, as long as they last I will be making this my BBQ beer, both while I am cooking and with the meal. I think it will go well with most anything.




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Belhaven -St. Andrews Ale

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Serving Style:
500 ML Bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating:
3

Belhaven -St. Andrews Ale

Dark amber/orange colour with a big white head.
Bit of a sweet smell but that's all I can get.
Taste is full, lot's of hay and grass sweet tastes with a dry finish and some grapefruit flavours.
A lot of taste for such a low alcohol beer.
This one I could drink a lot of, beats the crap out of Canadian or Blue.




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