Anchor Summer Beer

Seems strange to have not reviewed this over the years, so it’s about time I did.
Classic, Anchor bottle with e usual dot-matrixed code on the rear – 9MK (difficult to be sure if the last letter is actually that).
Pour is a surprisingly well carbonated golden, clear body underneath a rocky id somewhat flimsy head. A multitude of bubbles accumulate on the inside of the glass.
BIG fan of te ABV which adds to the drinkability of this beer and saves it for me a little.
It drinks a little like a macro lager to be honest. Some cleaner lines that one might expect to find in most of those, but nevertheless it’s very light, carbonated drinking. The carbonation bothered me a touch. Although this is clearly described as a wheat beer, it’s a wheat beer where the wheat is not really evident much at all. In that respect it’s a little confusing.
In the end it’s fine, but I don’t care for this beer a great deal and NOT because of its simplicity, more because of the strange level of carbonation and the “wheat” confusion.

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06/08/2009
Format:
bottle
ABV: 4.6 %
Appearance: 3
Taste: 3
Mouthfeel: 2.5
Smell: 3
Overall: 3.5
Total: 3.05
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