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Muskoka Summer Weiss

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Beer Style: 
Weiss (Hefeweizen)
Serving Style.: 
750 ml.bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5% abv.
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Beer Rating: 

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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St. Louis Gueuze Lambic

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
375 ML. Bottle
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St. Louis Gueuze Lambic

A Gueuze from the L.C.B.O., shocking.
A clear copper colour with a thin but long lasting white head.
The aroma is quite sour with cloves and hints of earth. The feel is quite full and creamy.
Taste starts sour, tart, lots of green apple and cloves. Some plum and raspberry follow.
The aftertaste is quite long lasting and sour, makes me want more. Both clove and green apple tastes follow into the long finish along with an earthy "barnyard" taste, the raspberry became more pronounced as the beer warmed.
I really enjoyed this one and I intend to pick up a few more for the weekend. I think this would be especially good on a warm summer day.

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