Wheat Monkey

12 oz bottle, many thanks go out to Kevin for the chance to try this.
Pour is a pretty standard, requisite hazed yellow color that looks a tad watery. A few yeast sediment particles that ultimately dissolve to add to the murky, unfiltered nature.
It is what it is, meaning it delivers a pretty average, very light, a tad watery body on top of diluted wheat notes in the nose and tastes.
It’s fine, it acts as a decent thirst quencher. Light grain notes in the aroma and a very, very mildly acidic finish complete the picture.
For me, this style is really heavily dependent on two factors. Freshness and weather context. In the middle of a hot summer with the beer coming straight out of the tank, one could really get to love many American Pale Wheat’s. Under less favorable circumstances of freshness and temperature, bees in this style can appear watery and bland.

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01/22/2011
Format:
bottle
ABV: 4.2 %
Appearance: 3
Taste: 3
Mouthfeel: 3.5
Smell: 3
Overall: 3.5
Total: 3.15
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