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Muskoka Hefe-Weissbier, Organic, Premium and Pure

Beer Style: 
Wheat (Wit) Beer
Serving Style.: 
341 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5% abv
Where Purchased?: 
At the Brewery
Beer Rating: 

Aroma is of yeast, fruit and spice.
Honey colored, nicely carbonated.
Taste is of wheat, cloves, pepper and banana.
Very drinkable although just a bit thin.
This went great with my chicken curry.
Finally an organic beer with lots of flavor.

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Dieu Du Ciel - Dernière Volonté

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John H.

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Serving Style:
341 ml. bottle
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Beer Rating:

Dieu Du Ciel - Dernière Volonté
(Last Will)

Cloudy light orange colour lots of sediment and a clumpy white head and really thick lace clinging to the side of the glass.
Citrus and tropical fruit with some spice are nice aromas in this one.
Full, rich creamy mouth feel. My oh my this is starting out good.
As I get ready to take my second sip I noticed a clump of head, foam or whatever in the middle of my drink. Neat.
Lots of grapefruit citrus kind of bitterness at the start that coats the tongue and leaves a nice dryness that begs for more. I just can't find the malt in this one. Still excellent but not as complex or interesting as their other offerings.

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