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Brewed By: The Bruery (Bruery Terreux)

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Number of Ratings: 161

Style: American Wheatwine

Brewed In: 737 Dunn Way, Placentia, CA 92870, USA

ABV: 11.5%

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Tasting Notes

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Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - July 21, 2016
Vanilla, malty, alcohol taste though not over the top; hazy golden color; different; medium bodied
justin771 profile picturejustin771 - May 26, 2016
Chryss likes this. profile - May 16, 2016
Nice carbonation, low bitterness. A bit sweet and fruity.
kannangm profile picturekannangm - September 20, 2014
Similar to Curieux
kannangm profile picturekannangm - September 20, 2014
Similar to oak
Judge_Smails profile pictureJudge_Smails - April 5, 2014
Bitter but not hoppy bitter. Not my fav
davl22 profile picturedavl22 - January 16, 2014
Melding of a bourbon barrel aged wheat wine and Belgian golden. Great flavors, nothing too complex going on, you can pick out both beers, but not sure I'd buy again
cfaris profile picturecfaris - November 30, 2013
Caramel & coconut, thinner beer than what I normally expect with those flavors. May be good for a stout day when I don't want something thick.
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - November 28, 2013
27NOV13, Troy's Apt 25.4oz, pint Pours a hazy dark straw with over a finger of thick white lingering head. Aroma is sharp and aggressive, yet a bit yeasty and wheaty with barely a trace of bourbon. It's like they just needed a vehicle to deliver the bourbon barrel taste to my mouth. The bourbon barrel taste is in contrast with whatever maltiness or happiness that's supposed to be going on.
dkrenik profile picturedkrenik - September 23, 2013
Hazy straw gold with almost Belgian lace type head. Malty, vanilla aromas. Little in the way of hops here. Medium full bodied with decent carbonation. Again, malty vanilla character dominates. Alcohol is also quite evident though not hot. It's an interesting experiment and I'm not sure I would do this again.
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