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Muskoka Summer Weiss

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Beer Style: 
Weiss (Hefeweizen)
Serving Style.: 
750 ML Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5.0% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
5

Muskoka Summer Weiss

A cloudy yellow with a full, creamy, white head.
An aroma of fruit, dark berries and hints of banana or vanilla.
The feel is full and creamy.
Taste is very complex, lots of berry flavours at the bottom with a bright light lemon citrus top. Vanilla and banana come through strongly and make a pleasant lingering finish.
I could drink a lot of these, they make a great summer session beer.




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Church-Key Northumberland Ale

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
341 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
Brought to me by my partner who got it at the Brewery.
Beer Rating:
4

Church-Key Northumberland Ale

Pours a burnished copper color with a short lived clumpy head.
Aroma is very faint and almost flowery. Hard to pin down but as it warms a bit of dough and some honey come to the front.
Medium mouth feel with just the right amount of creaminess.
Quite sweet when I took my first sip but it was quite cold. Maybe too cold. As it warmed up a bit the citrus hit came through balancing off the sweetness. I read a few reviews before I tasted this and I don't agree with most of them. This is a well balanced ale with complexity in the flavor that makes it quite enjoyable. I think I'll have another.




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