A happy friar with a big stein.
Pours a very cloudy orange-golden colour. Lots of carbonation... oops. Forgot what I was pouring and got a HUGE head. Apart from being huge, the head is creamy and made of fine bubbles.
The head took ages to subside and stayed with the beer until I finished it.
First sip: Yeasty -- you'd expect that with a beer this cloudy -- and creamy. It is surprisingly sweet and a little grainy. It's a wheat beer, after all. There is a lemony citrus taste in the background and almost no hops. (checks label) Ah. Hops extract, not real hops.
As I work my way down the glass and the beer warms a little, the tastes of creamy yeast and citrus start to show, and the wheat malt becomes strong and more grainy. I like this weissbier. It is yummy, but a little too yeasty.
oops! Pouring fail results in huge head.
Same again, sir? Yes please.