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Schneider Weisse

Beer Style: 
Wheat beer
Serving Style.: 
500ml. Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5.4% abv
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
4

A very thick, long lasting, off white head on a cloudy dark red/brown beer.
Much darker than most wheat beers.
The aroma was quite spicy with cloves and coriander, there was a hint of yeasty dough and a
little banana mixed in there.
It starts with a thick creamy feel and a definite spice taste but the dough flavour takes
precedence. There is some plum, citrus, raisins or dates and a little banana taste with just a hint of roasted coffee.
Quite refreshing and sparkling. Very pleasant.

I will buy this one again often.




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Lakes of Muskoka - Spring Oddity

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
750 ML Swing Top Bottle
Where Purchased:
The Beer Store
Beer Rating:
4

Lakes of Muskoka - Spring Oddity
 
Pours clear light yellow with a huge rocky white head.
Spicy aroma,  Cloves, pepper and banana.
Feel is creamy and well carbonated.
Tastes are quite complex. Banana, cloves, black pepper and orange come through most noticeably. A distinct earthiness and a mouth drying finish. A light bitter orange taste lingers a long while.
This is certainly a different tasting beer with hints of wheat beer and spices which are very pleasant but not at all what I was expecting. A really nice early patio beer. I'm going to pick up a few more of these.
 




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