April 6th, 2012


Road Trip

Big day Tomorrow.

Sat 6am Leave Dubbo
Sat 4pm Board Airbus A380
Sun 6.30am Land at Heathrow

And then we pick up the hire car and do stuff for 3 weeks.

Blogging as I go, of course. Bloke's gotta blog.

I have a few things to do before I go.
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Around The World In 80 Beers Episode 107: Wingwalker Traditional Summer Wheat

Before I head off around the world...


Pours a pale, cloudy yellow with a very large, creamy head. The head fades away rapidly. The beer is too cloudy to see any carbonation.

First Sip: Malty, creamy, yeasty, quite citrusy. The after taste is a lingering orange-peel bitterness and a very faint hops. Carbonation feels more like a fuzz than a tingle on the tongue.

The after taste is nice, and seems to build after you swallow. The over-all taste is mild malt almost, but not quite, buried under the citrus. There is not a lot of interestingness going on here, and there is maybe a little too much yeast; the mouth feel is just a little too creamy for my taste.

Having said that, this is a highly drinkable brew and I think I could easily down a six-pack on a hot day. Oh look! It's 32C! That's rather hot.

Wingwalker Traditional Summer Wheat
R.J.King, New York
4.6% Alc/vol
355ml bottle

Winwalker 2

Same again, sir? Yes please!
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