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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

Cloudy pale yellow with a thick white head.
No aroma I could detect. Hockey sticks will do that to a nose.
Very smooth, rich mouth feel.
Lots of citrus and banana in the taste. Quite complex.
This is goood.




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Southern Tier - Imperial Gemini

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
650 ML Bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating:
4

Southern Tier - Imperial Gemini

Pours a slightly cloudy peach colour with a full creamy and lasting off white head.
Aroma of fruit, berries and peach. Hints of pine and grapefruit with a touch of earth.
Feel is nice and full, creamy and rich.
Taste is lovely. A solid slightly sweet malt base with a touch of chocolate and malted milk. Then comes a fresh and bright citrus hop taste, lot's of grapefruit and pine resin. Hints of peach and dark berries are all through the taste.
The finish is a bit dry, the grapefruit and pine linger nicely and the light sweet notes remain but my mouth is left clean and ready for another sip.
A very nice beer, the high alcohol content can be dangerous in this one because it is not noticeable.
I like it a lot. Glad I have more tucked away.




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