Den (dewhitton) wrote,
Den
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Around The World In 80 Beers episode 168: Moo Brew Hefeweizen

And now, a hefeweizen from Tasmania, in a standard glass because I don't go for the poncey appropriate glass for specific drinks rubbish.My appropriate glass is based on the "Does it hold the drink?" school of manners.

Moo Brew Hefeweizen
Minimalist labelling.

Pours a slightly cloudy dark yellow. The head is large and fades away slowly to a thick lacing. Some carbonation visible in the glass.

First sip: Lots of grainy malts with a mild sweetness. Very mild fruit flavours, almost buried under bready yeasts. Mild lemon after-taste. No hops to speak of. Mouth-feel is a little thin, with a nice carbonation tingle on the tongue that seems to follow through right down to the stomach.

This is a yummy beer. No, this is a very yummy beer. I could easily drink this all day and not eat cheese. I recommend this Aussie brew highly.

Seriously yummy in an interesting bottle.

Hefeweizen
Moo Brew, Bridgewater Tasmania
5.1% alc/vol
330ml interesting bottle

Moo Brew Hefeweizen

Same again. sir? Yes!
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