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Muskoka Summer Weiss

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Beer Style: 
Weiss (Hefeweizen)
Serving Style.: 
750 ml.bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5% abv.
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
5

Muskoka Summer Weiss

A pale cloudy yellow, with a thick white head.
Aroma is banana with just a hint of citrus. Smells great.
Banana with just a hint of citrus are the first taste flavors, just as the aroma said. It goes from there to berries and finishes by going back to the banana and that touch of citrus.
Very, very nice. Well done Gary.




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Mill St. Brewing - Lemon Tea

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
355 ML Brown Bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O - Mixed 6 Pack
Beer Rating:
4

Mill St. Brewing - Lemon Tea

A slightly cloudy, slightly dark amber with a moderate white and lasting head.
The aroma of lemon hits you as soon as you start to pour. In the glass the lemon notes are fainter and a distinct tea aroma comes through.
Feel is nicely creamy and fairly full.
The taste is very smooth, a light lemon and even lighter tea taste with a nice wheat beer base, some dough and even a hint of banana come through.
The finish is lightly tart, bitter, and tannin dry.
Nothing overwhelms anything else in here, it is a well blended beer with a different taste.
Perfect for a hot summer day on the patio.




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